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OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 

URBANA, ILLINOIS 



The 1956 ILLIO is a colorful record of the college days of 
many people. For years it will be brought out frequently to help recall 
pleasant associations and cherished friendships. For most alumni the 
yearbook is a record of the most significant years of their lives. 

It also is a volume that gives dramatic glimpses of the work 
of a large state university. The University of Illinois reflects a 
great American aspiration — to make educational opportunity available to 
the many rather than to the privileged few; to make education and re- 
search meaningful in the work of every day, instead of mere attributes 
of social manners or expressions of isolated scholastic activity. 

All of us in its service strive to show that the University 

occupies a central place in the welfare of the State and that its future 

growth and intellectual strength will be vital to the lives of all the 
people . 

Within a few years the University will be asked to do far 
more than it is doing now — to offer its services to a much larger number 
of students and increasingly to extend its resources to the citizens of 
the State. To plan how this shall be done, to win the understanding and 
support of all the people of Illinois for higher education, to enlarge 
the University in orderly fashion, will be a tremendous job indeed, but 
it will be done. 

The 1956 ILLIO is a notice to future editors, photographers, 
writers, and readers that exciting events are in the making! 



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Herbert B. Megran 
President of the Board of Trustees 



William G. Stratton 
Governor of Illinois 




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THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



ELECTED MEMBERS 



Herbert B. Megran, president Harvard 

Anthony J. Janata, secretary Urbana 

Herbert O. Farber, comptroller Urbana 

Clarence W. Weldon, treasurer Chicago 

Cushman B. Bissell Chicago 

Wirt Herrick Clinton 



Mrs. Doris S. Holt Flora 

Wayne A. Johnston Chicago 

Park Livingston Franklin Park 

Timothy W. Swain Peoria 

Mrs. Frances B. Watkins Chicago 

Kenney E. Williamson Peoria 



Vernon L. Nickell 



Anthony J. Janata 



EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS 




Kenney E. Williamson 



Wayne A. Johnston 



Park Livingston 



Clarence W. Weldon 



Timothy W. Swain 



Mrs. Doris S. Holt 



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Wirt Herrick 



Mrs. Frances B. Watkins 



Cushman B. Bissell 



Herbert O. Farber 



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President Emeritus Lloyd Morey 



President Emeritus Arthur C. Willard 




Anthony J. Janata, assistant to the president 

Prof. Henning Larsen, provost 



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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



A great University is a complex combination of colleges, 
schools, divisions, institutes, bureaus, and services. These must 
all be well directed if their work is to produce good results. The 
University of Illinois administrative officials are responsible for 
seeing that these results function as a unit. They must consider 
the past and anticipate the future along with the current prob- 
lems. 

At the time of the formal inauguration of the University in 
1868, the Board of Trustees resolved "to make this University 
pre-eminently a practical school of agriculture and the mechanic 
arts, not excluding other scientific and classical studies." Now 



Herbert O. Farber, comptroller 






Robert Calvert, Jr., director of the 
Coordinating Placement Office 



Prof. Miodrag Muntyan, director of 
the University Press 



Vernon L. Kretschmer, director of 
the Housing Division 



Prof. Josef F. Wright, director of the 
Office of Public Relations 



ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICIALS 



it has expanded in all directions. It touches almost every field of 
human interest and activity from the classics to present day gov- 
ernment, business, and scientific principles. 

So the University's pattern of operation has come to be very 
complex— and expensive. It is largely financed by tax funds from 
the citizens. Therefore the administration has the task of provid- 
ing a good educational program as efficiently as possible. The 
president is aided by the other executive members, deans and 
directors of the educational and research units, and the Board of 
Trustees, which selects the president and directs the general 
policies of administration. 



rof. Ralph F. Lesemann, Legal Counsel 



Prof. Lester M. Dyke, director of 
Health Service 



George P. Tuttle, director of the 
Office of Admission and Records 



Donald E. Dickason, 
director of the Office of 
Nonacademic Personnel 




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of. Edward F. Potthoff, director of the „ 
Bt/rrati <>/ Institutional Research Froh Kobert B - Browne, dean of Summer Session 




Prof. William P. McLure, director of the 
Bureau of Educational Research 



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Prof. Royden Dangerfield, director of the 
Institute of Government and Public Affairs 



Prof. Robert G. Seymour, director of the 
Bureau of Business Management 



Prof. William M. Gilbert, director of the 
Student Counseling Bureau 



Prof. V. Lewis Rassie, director of the 
Bureau of Economic and Business Research 





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Charles S. Havens, director of 
the Physical Plant 



Prof. Charles W. Sanford, coordinator of 
the Council on Teacher Education 



Prof. Marietta Stevenson, director of 
the School of Social Work 



DIVISION HEADS 



Prof. Robben W. Fleming, director of the 
Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations 



Herbert R. Kobes, director of the 
Division of Services for Crippled Children 



Prof. James T. Lendrum, director of 
the Small Homes Council 



Prof. Leslie A. Bryan, director 
of the Institute of Aviation 




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K. Patricia Cross 
Assistant Dean of Women 
Sorority Women 



George H. Bargh 
Assistant Dean of Students 
Foreign Students 



Calvin S. Sifferd 

Assistant Dean of Students 

Counseling, and Residence Halls 




Gerald W. Peck 

Assistant Dean of Students 

Placement 



Eunice M. Dowse 
Assistant Dean of Women 
Residence Hall Counseling 



Vern J. Hampton 

Assistant Dean of Students 

Student Activities 



Howard G. Neuberg 

Assistant Dean of Men 

Fraternity Men 



Richard E. Hulet 

Assistant Dean of Men 

Independent Men 



Mary E. Harrison 

Assistant Dean of Women 

Independent Women 



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THE DEANS 




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Fred H. Turner 
Dean of Students 



Through the various deans, the University pro- 
vides a general counseling program devoted to 
integrating all matters of student life and welfare 
into the general University organization. 

The unifying and coordinating officer is Dean 
of Students Fred H. Turner. His staff consists of 
George H. Bargh, Assistant Dean in charge of 
foreign students; Gerald W. Peck, Assistant Dean 
of Students for student employment, and also 
Assistant Director of the Coordinating Placement 
Office; Vein J. Hampton, Assistant Dean in charge 
of student organizations and activities; and Calvin 
S. Sifferd, Assistant Dean for residence hall coun- 
seling. 

Miss Miriam A. Shelden, Dean of Women, is 
assisted by Miss Agnes G. Tandberg, Associate 
Dean working with freshmen women; Miss Mary 



E. Harrison, Assistant Dean for independent 
women; Miss K. Patricia Cross, Assistant Dean for 
sorority women; and Miss Eunice M. Dowse, Assis- 
tant Dean for residence hall counseling. 

Two assistants under Edward E. Stafford, Dean 
of Men, are Howard G. Neuberg, Assistant Dean 
for fraternity men; and Richard E. Hulet, Assist- 
ant Dean for independent men. 

Other major division heads within the organiza- 
tion of the office of the Dean of Students include 
Vernon L. Kretschmer, Director of Housing; Rob- 
ert Calvert, Jr., Coordinating Placement Officer; 
and Joseph E. Ewers, Security Officer. The indi- 
vidual student is encouraged to seek the assistance 
of any one of these staff members for advice and 
help on any problems which confront him. 



Agnes G. Tandberg 

Associate Dean of Women 

Freshman Women 



Edward E. Stafford 
Dean of Men 



Miriam A. Shelden 
Dean of Women 




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H. F. Glair, president 



Amos H. Watts, vice president 



Herbert O. Farber, treasurer 




UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 
FOUNDATION 




William H. Butterfield 
executive director 



Prof. James C. Colvin, secretary 




The University of Illinois Foundation, which has 158 members, 
is a non-profit corporation whose function is to encourage gifts for 
the purpose of assisting the general educational and research pro- 
gram of the University. 

Through its Illini Achievement Fund, organized in 1948, and 
the income from its endowment funds, the Foundation has sup- 
ported many projects of major importance to the University. 

One of the Foundation's opportunities for service to the Uni- 
versity and the state is to provide thousands of dollars in grants 
which encourage research and aid staff members who have special 
training and talent in certain fields. 

Each year the Foundation provides scholarships for students 
who need financial help to further their education. These scholar- 
ships are awarded on the basis of high academic attainment and 
definite financial need. 

Another major division of the Foundation's work is library en- 
richment. Many important collections have come to the University 
Library through this program. 

Special projects, such as memorial funds and the current Altgeld 
Chimes Restoration Fund, are carried out by the Foundation to 
meet specific needs of the University. The projects augment fa- 
cilities provided by state funds and expand the services of the 
University to its students and the citizens of Illinois. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 



More than 19,000 dues-paying members make the University of 
Illinois Alumni Association one of the largest such organizations 
in the United States. 

Besides alumni business, the Association takes an active interest 
in student affairs. It works closely with Illini Union Student Ac- 
tivities in sponsoring such events as Homecoming, class reunions, 
and other occasions for returning alumni. 

Four student representatives, chosen by petition and interview, 
are members of the Board of Directors. This practice fosters better 
student-alumni relations. Students are encouraged to join the As- 
sociation even before they receive their degrees. 

The Alumni Association conducts many valuable projects for 
both the University and its alumni. One of the biggest services is 
keeping files of addresses and information on most alumni. 

Occasionally the Association sponsors the production of a movie 
concerning campus life to be shown all over the nation. It is ever 
seeking to create better public relations with high schools, news- 
papers, and the citizens of Illinois. 

Publishing the Illinois Alumni News is another service of the 
Association. About 20,000 copies of each issue are distributed to 
alumni all over the world informing them of campus events and 
providing news about their classmates and friends. 

The Illini Center in the LaSalle Hotel in Chicago is maintained 
by the Association in cooperation with the University. It serves as 
headquarters for alumni of the area. 




Robert H. Fletcher, president 




Prof. James C. Colvin 
editor of the Illinois Alumni News 



William H. Rice, field director 



Charles E. Bowen, executive director 
Richard W. Hurckes, assistant field director 
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COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 




The College of Agriculture trains men and 
women for a variety of careers in agriculture 
and home economics. 

The instruction offered by the College on 
the Urbana campus make up only one of 
three major divisions in the College. It also 
conducts the Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion for research in agriculture and home 
economics and the Extension Service which 
carries the results of this research to the peo- 
ple in the state. 

The ten departments of instruction are 
Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Engi- 
neering, Agronomy, Animal Science, Dairy 
Sciences, Food Technology, Forestry, Home 
Economics, Horticulture, and Plant Path- 
ology. 

By finding and teaching better ways to 
produce, process and sell food and clothing 
materials, the College helps to insure a higher 
standard of living for the farmer and city 
people alike. 



Dean Louis B. Howard 



Mumford Hall 




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COLLEGE OF COMMERCE 
AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



The College of Commerce and Business 
Administration is organized under the teach- 
ing departments of Accountancy, Business 
Education, Business Law, Economics, Man- 
agement, and Marketing. 

The major aim of the College is to offer 
a variety of courses in a broad curriculum 
which should equip students to meet the 
problems of eveiy-day living as well as for 
careers in business, economics, and the ad- 
ministrative branches of government. This 
is accomplished through training in modern 
business practices and in the fundamentals 
of economics. 

A well-rounded program includes basic 
and general training with opportunities for 
specializing in various fields. 

The College conducts two bureaus — the 
Bureau of Business Management, and the 
Bureau of Economics and Business Besearch, 
which maintains an organized research pro- 
gram. 




Dean Paul M. Green 



David Kinley Hall 



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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 




Dean B. L. Dodds 



Students in the College of Education are 
potential leaders in the fields of teaching, 
special educational services, and school ad- 
ministration. In the teaching field, under- 
graduate curricula are offered for both high 
school and elementary education, industrial 
education, and the education of mentally 
handicapped and deaf or hard-of-hearing. 
The student gains practical experience from 
the practice teaching system established by 
the College. 

Curricula draw on the broad resources of 
the University for general education. Gradu- 
ate courses are offered for the development 
of appropriate fields of specialization. 

Research is also a major facet in the work 
of the College of Education. The University 
High School provides facilities for the de- 
velopment and testing of new programs and 
teaching materials, while the Bureau of Re- 
search and the Office of Field Services con- 
duct programs of aid for public school sys- 
tems in both fundamental and applied prob- 
lems. 



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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 



The College of Engineering prepares stu- 
dents for high-level professional careers. In 
addition, it tries to provide social and hu- 
manistic studies helpful for executive success, 
for the enjoyment of living, and for the ful- 
fillment of one's obligations to his fellow men, 
his community, and his nation. 

Eleven departments offer instruction at 
both undergraduate and graduate levels, em- 
phasizing a broad base of scientific knowl- 
edge with constant attention to practical 
applications. 

A balance of scholastic excellence with the 
maximum possible participation in College 
or University activities is encouraged. Nota- 
ble within the College are eleven honor so- 
cieties, fourteen student professional groups, 
a coordinating body— the Engineering Coun- 
cil, and The Illinois Technograph, a student 
publication. The College annually sponsors 
the St. Pat's Ball, an all-University dance. 




Dean William L. Everitt 



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COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS 




The College of Fine and Applied Arts 
offers a wide variety of opportunities by 
teaching aesthetic knowledge and apprecia- 
tion of the fine arts as well as preparing stu- 
dents for professional careers. 

To promote interest in these fields, the 
College presents concerts by the various 
orchestras and choral groups, recitals, public 
lectures, performances by the Opera Work- 
shop, and a year-round art exhibition pro- 
gram which maintains displays in the various 
campus buildings. The School of Music spon- 
sors radio broadcasts over Station WILL. 
The College is also instrumental in the plan- 
ning of the Festival of Contemporary Arts. 

Architecture, Art, City Planning, Land- 
scape Architecture, and Music are the teach- 
ing departments of the College. In addition, 
the Small Homes Council and the Bureau of 
Community Planning carry on research and 
extension work. The University Bands are a 
separate division of the College. 



Dean Allen S. Weller 



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GRADUATE COLLEGE 



The Graduate College began in 1892 when 
the Board of Trustees authorized four fellow- 
ships for post-graduate work to ". . . stimulate 
in all departments the idea and habit of re- 
search ..." From this small beginning, the 
graduate student body has a present enroll- 
ment of 3,000, the third largest college on the 
campus. 

Graduate programs stressing independent 
work and individual research have been es- 
tablished in over sixty-five departments and 
divisions of the University. The four original 
fellowships authorized by the Board of Trus- 
tees have been increased to provide a sub- 
stantial number of awards for students of 
unusual promise. Other students of excep- 
tional ability gain valuable teaching and re- 
search experience through the many part- 
time assistantships which are available. In 
recent years the Graduate College has con- 
ferred about 750 master's degrees and over 
300 doctorates during each calendar year. 




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SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 
AND COMMUNICATIONS 




The objective of the School of Journalism 
and Communications is to provide profes- 
sional education for men and women who 
plan careers in journalism, advertising or 
broadcasting. 

This professional training is preceded by 
a preliminary program of general education, 
which the student usually obtains in the Col- 
lege of Liberal Arts and Sciences. 

Facilities for the School include an out- 
standing journalism and communications li- 
brary, special classrooms and laboratories, 
AM and FM radio stations and a VHF edu- 
cational television station. 

As a professional division of the University, 
the School has service responsibilities. It 
provides headquarters for various press and 
broadcasting associations. 

The School of Journalism was established 
in 1927. The change in name came about in 
1950 after the addition of the radio curricu- 
lum, which has since been expanded to in- 
clude television. 



Director Fredrick S. Siebert 



Gregory Hall 




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COLLEGE OF LAW 



Since its founding in 1897, the College of 
Law has been in the forefront in the move- 
ment for improvement of standards of legal 
education and admission to the Bar in the 
United States. 

Training men and women for the practice 
of law is the primary purpose of the College. 
But its program is also valuable for those who 
become judges, legislators, and teachers of 
law, for administrators in government, and 
for executives in private business. It seeks 
to guide students in appreciating the func- 
tion of law in the social order and in aiding 
the law to keep pace with changing condi- 
tions. So its responsibility embraces much 
more than the mere learning of legal rules 
and formulas; it provides part of the educa- 
tional foundation for men and women who 
will become leaders in community service 
and directors of public thought. 

Fall of 1955 marked the moving of the staff 
and facilities of the College to its new, mod- 
ern building on south campus. 




Dean Albert J. Harno 



Law Building 



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COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 
AND SCIENCES 




The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, 
compounded from several departments of the 
University in 1913, is the largest and most 
complex division. Originally the courses of- 
fered were looked upon as basic to general 
education. 

The College also functions as a service unit 
for other colleges by offering curricula in pre- 
professional training for nursing, medicine, 
dentistry, veterinary medicine, law, and jour- 
nalism. This training includes work in Eng- 
lish, foreign languages, sciences, and social 
sciences, which constitute established all-Uni- 
versity requirements. 

In cooperation with the College of Med- 
icine, a professional course in occupational 
therapy is offered which leads to a degree 
in medicine. 

The General Curriculum of the College 
leads to a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of 
Science degree, depending upon the field of 
concentration. 



Dean Joseph R. Smiley 



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LIBRARY SCHOOL 



The University of Illinois Library School, 
established on the Urbana campus in 1897, 
has maintained a continuous university affilia- 
tion longer than any similar school in the 
United States. 

The purpose of the school is to prepare 
students for professional careers in the prin- 
cipal types of libraries and in those of special- 
ized fields. 

Basic courses are offered at the undergrad- 
uate level in the Colleges of Education and 
Liberal Arts and Sciences. The School plans 
graduate curricula which qualify the student 
for professional librarianship; the minimum 
requirement is one year of work, leading to a 
Master of Science degree. 

The University Library, third largest 
among American universities, contains many 
distinguished collections. The nearly three 
million volumes available support the work 
of the Library School and all other depart- 
ments of the University. 




Director Robert B. Downs 



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SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 







The School of Physical Education pro- 
vides professional training for both men and 
women in the fields of physical education, 
health education, and recreation, and in 
dance for women, besides conducting the 
program under which all undergraduate stu- 
dents must earn four semester hours credit 
in physical education. 

Physical and motor skill efficiency and 
creative expression through sports, gymnas- 
tics, and dance are the contribution of physi- 
cal education to the general education. The 
School also contributes to the social schedule 
of its students by sponsoring several extra- 
curricular organizations. 

Two special units operated by the School 
are a student rehabilitation center and thera- 
peutic exercise clinic. 

Established at the University in 1933, the 
School is outstanding in conducting a pro- 
gram of fundamental research in the fields of 
motor and organic fitness and diagnostic fit- 
ness tests for both youth and adults. 



Director Seward C. Stalev 



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COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE 



Prevention and control of animal diseases 
are the principal purposes for training in the 
College of Veterinary Medicine. Students 
learn theory and application of practice which 
are essential to the protection of the livestock 
industry and the safeguarding of the public 
health. 

The College was established in f944; then 
it consisted of only a two-year pre-veterinary 
program. In 1948 a four-} ear professional 
course was added, making a complete six- 
year program leading to the Doctor of Veter- 
inary Medicine degree. 

Programs of extension, graduate study, and 
veterinary research are also conducted by the 
College. Instruction is supplemented by 
the provision of animal patients and speci- 
mens from the various clinics and research 
and service cent cms. 

The Veterinary Medicine Building was 
completed in 1952, and a new large-animal 
clinic was opened in 1955. 




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CHICAGO UNDERGRADUATE DIVISION 




Dean Charles C. Caveny 



The University of Illinois established its 
Undergraduate Division in Chicago in 1946. 

Students in the Chicago Division have the 
same status as do those on the Urbana 
campus, as they are offered the same courses, 
credit for which may be transferred almost 
completely downstate in continuation of 
study in various fields. 

Two years of pre-professional courses are 
offered in liberal arts and sciences, commerce 
and business administration, and engineer- 
ing. Also available are curricula in the pro- 
fessional areas of architecture, architectural 
engineering, physical education, and a course 
leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in 
nursing. Courses in ROTC are also offered. 

Through its educational, social, and cul- 
tural program, the Division provides its stu- 
dents with the same high degree of service 
which is a tradition of the University of 
Illinois. 



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DIVISION OF SPECIAL SERVICES 
FOR WAR VETERANS 



The Division of Special Services for War 
Veterans was established for the purpose of 
giving extensive aid to veterans wishing to 
enroll in the University of Illinois. The pro- 
gram is a venture which breaks traditional 
policies; it allows educational freedom which 
will best serve the needs of individual stu- 
dents. The Division plans and administers 
programs for veterans whose special needs 
are not met by existing curricula; it can cer- 
tify these students for the Bachelor of Science 
degree. 

The Division offers veterans an opportu- 
nity to re-orient themselves academically 
through reduced programs and selection of 
courses; to move directly toward an educa- 
tional objective by adding appropriate sub- 
jects to previously acquired credit; and to 
attain an educational objective which in- 
volves subject matter offered in several col- 
leges. 




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DIVISION OF UNIVERSITY EXTENSION 




The Division of University Extension is a 
means by which the University expands its 
sphere of influence. Its services now reach 
to many parts of the world. 

Through the program of correspondence, 
over one hundred courses are available by 
mail to students unable to enroll in the Uni- 
versity as residents. These courses are of an 
introductory nature and do not include sub- 
jects of highly advanced study. 

In addition to its correspondence program, 
the Division rents University-owned educa- 
tional films to high schools, colleges, and tele- 
vision stations. Recently annual shipment has 
reached the 100,000 mark. 

Assisting Dean Browne, who has headed 
the Division since its establishment in 1933, 
is a small administrative bod}- and a staff 
composed of members from the faculties of 
various schools and colleges of the Univer- 
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Jacob Grossman, president 



Roger Baskes 


Paul Judson 


Allen Bradley 


Kenneth Krueger 


Bruce Brothers 


John Murray 


J. C. Caroline 


James Smith 


Frederick Figge 


Alvin Sokolow 


Samuel Foster 


Richard Stone 


Stanford Glass 


Clarence Teagarden 


Roger Gomien 


John Thompson 


William Graham 


Herman Velasco 


Robert Hoff 


Leonard Walberg 


George Howard 


Robert Wiman 





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Lynn Bryant 
Mary Campbell 
Enid Ewing 
Mary Harfray 
Norma Hertzmann 
Nancy Hiatt 



Merle Smedberg 
Katherine Stobbs 
Constance Tazewell 
Virginia Thompson 
Enid Weinstein 
Marjorie Wiegand 



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Thomas Ainsley, president 
William Altenberger Robert Klaus 

Alan Anderson 
John Armstrong 
Eugene Bergschneider 
Leon Bonneur 



George BonSalle 
Jack Carlson 
James Creath 
Peter Deuel 
Robert Edwards 
Roger Fitzgerald 
Adrian Fox 
Harold Fox 
Richard Hagen 
Robert Hirsch 
Herbert Hudson 
Harry Jefferson 
Karl Jonsson 
Michael Karon 
Donald Kaufman 
James Kennedy 



Anthony Lawless 
Don Lukaszewski 
Thomas Luker 
John Lytle 
Fredric Manalli 
Thomas MacMillan 
Robert Miller 
Mark Novak 
Charles Pittman 
Thomas Schmitt 
Robert Shorr 
Charles Shuman 
Edward Shore 
Robert Steiner 
David Sterrett 
Hiles Stout 
Jerome Tankel 
Larry Thomson 
Howard Velzy 
John Wilson 
Abraham Woodson 





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Jean Anderson 
Ruth Barkley 
Alice Beling 
Susan Black 
Barbara Brawner 
Marlene Brody 
Joan Brunkow 
Judith Brunkow 
Suzanne Brunkow 
Patricia Butler 
Margaret Caskey 
Joan Cattaneo 
Judith Cleary 
Jewell Craker 
Kathleen Crinigan 
Catharine Dages 
Georgia Doak 
Nancy Dowling 
Deborah Fay 
Mary Fulton 
Iris Garland 
Gertrude Gassmann 
Darlene George 
Pamela Gillespie 



Susan Howarth 
Janene Johnson 
Carolyn Jones 
Rebecca Koelling 
June Kraus 
Doris Lapp 
Sharon' Leisch 
Judith Lutz 
Martha Massie 
Paula Miller 
Priscilia Perry 
Alice Potts 
Diane Prentiss 
Roberta Resnick 
Ravae Sharp 
Nancy Simons 
Diantha Spires 
Elizabeth Thomas 
Maria Thys 
Nancy Tomm 
Audrey Veazie 
Nancy Webber 
Ann Weston 
Virginia Willke 
Helen Worsham 




Jeanne Brunkow 
Senior Manager, Star Course 




Bob Arterburn 
Executive Neios Editor, Daily Mini 



Claude Teagarden 

President, Interfraternity Council 

Senior Swimming Manager 



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Director of Recreation, Mini Union 





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Senior Basketball Manager 




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Associate Editor, Mio 



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Senior Class President 



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Editor, Illio 




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President, Panhellenic Council 



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Editor, Daily Illini 




Bob Roush 
Senior Football Manager 



Shirley Bradshaw 
General Manager, University Theatre 




Frank Laraia 
Associate Business Manager, Illio 




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Ginny Churchill 
President, Women's Group System 





Jim Smith 
Business Manager, Daily Mini 





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Director of Social Affairs, Mini Union 

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Associate Business Manager, lllio 



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Director of Ctdtural Affairs, Illini Union 



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Senior Track Manager 




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Business Manager, Illio 





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Associate Business Maiuiger, Daily Illini 



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Senior Baseball Manager 




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President, YMCA 




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Director of Student Services, Illini Union 





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Associate Editor, lllio 



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Head Cheerleader 





Allen Bradley 
Treasurer, Mini Union 



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Chief Photographer, 

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Dave Nightingale 
Sports Editor, Daily Mini 



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Director of Student-Alumni Relations, 

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STUDENT 
SENATE 



The Student Senate is the representative under- 
graduate governing body. It is composed of forty- 
three members, twenty-eight of whom are elected 
at two annual elections from geographical districts 
on the campus. The remainder are representatives 
of the housing groups and major campus activities. 

The purposes of the Student Senate are to repre- 
sent the student body in every level of the Uni- 
versity decision-making process, and to present 
student opinion in the formulation of the rules and 
regulations affecting undergraduates. 

The bulk of Student Senate work is carried out 
through an extensive committee structure where 
policy is formulated on all the problems facing 
students. Final decisions are made in the Senate 
itself, however, at open meetings to which all stu- 
dents are invited each Wednesday night in the 
Illini Union. 

Senate carries on such diverse activities as de- 
veloping awareness of national and international 
issues, promoting better human relations, holding 
conferences with faculty and administrative repre- 
sentatives to improve relationships, providing 
leadership training for potential campus leaders, 




William Graham, president 



and offering economic assistance to students. The 
Senate reviews many regulations affecting students 
such as hours for women, appearance of political 
speakers on campus, study day before final exams, 
ear regulations, and senior exemption from final 
exams. 

The Senate is assisted in its operations by the 
Freshman Council, a group of promising freshmen 
who meet periodically to stud] freshman orienta- 
tion, to help Senate in various projects, and to 
gain experience in campus activities. 



Top row: Ralph Allen, Jay Strauss, David Rogier, Samuel Irwin, Larry McKnelly, Barton Ladd, Stanton Charney, Henry Thumann, Edward Shore, 

James Mathis, Henry Schmitt, John Armstrong 
Second row : Prof. Joseph Ranney, Prof. Valentine Jobst, James Solomon, Jerome Tankel, Herbert Lassiter, Virginia Thompson, Marion Hunter, 

Rebecca Koelling, Carolyn Snader, Ruth Stapels, John Tingleff, John Wills. Thomas Stark, Earl Anderson, Roger Baskes, Robert Broucek, 

Prof. Karl Gardner 
Bottom row: Mary Fulton. Carol Goldstein, Helen Moody, Robert Emmons, Diane Prentiss, William Graham, Peter Koeppen, Virginia Churchill, 

Audrey Teazle, Ann Weston 




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Freshman Council — Top row: James Pinney. Robert Jackson. Student Senate artvixor; Albert Lorenz, Michael Lowenthal, Howard Wechsler, Jerry 
Dycus, David Cade. Joseph Bartulis, president; Charles Polk, vice president; Kenneth Mayerchin. Jerome Tankel, student Senate advisor 

Second row: Gerry Rader, Carol Brandt, Sue Buchheit, Beverly Maslan. Diane Ingerson, Barbara Watkins. recording secretary; Carolyn Meadors, 
Patricia Carroll 

Bottom row: George Edgell, Georgeann Smith, corresponding secretary; Sandra Underwood, Richard Collins, treasurer 




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CO-ORDINATION 
COMMITTEE 



The Co-ordination Committee is a sub-com- 
mittee of the Committee on Student Affairs, es- 
tablished to administer the area of events of the 
various student activity organizations. A major 
responsibility of the committee is the final approval 
of the details of programs such as budgets, times, 
locations, publicity and contest rules. 

All contracts which student organizations enter 
into must be undertaken by sealed bids under the 
auspices of the Co-ordination Committee. The 
committee works closely with the Office of Stu- 
dent Organizations on such matters. Student or- 
ganizations' petitions for any social and special 
events and their details, all considered by the Co- 
ordination Committee, must be filed in that office. 

The Co-ordination Committee each spring pre- 
pares an annual calendar of events and their loca- 
tions for presentation to the Committee on Student 
Affairs. The committee also makes recommenda- 
tions to CSA concerning the advisability of new 
programs. 




Robert Broucek, chairman 

Eleven members comprise the Co-ordination 
Committee, including eight students appointed 
by the Student Senate. Represented are the Illini 
Union Student Activities, the Concert and Enter- 
tainment Board, the University Theatre, and one 
senator from each of the four housing groups. The 
chairman is a student senate member of CSA who 
is appointed by the chairman of CSA. 

The Co-ordination Committee is now in its 
eighth year. It has been most useful in working to 
prevent conflicts among programs and undesirable 
competition among student organizations. 



Top row : Prof. Waller Johnson, Dean Vera Hampton. Kuth Stapels 
Bottom row: Prof. Ralph Johnson. Rebecca Koelling, Roger Baskei 



Shirley Bradshaw, Robert Broucek 




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Prof. Karl Gardner 



The Committee on Student Affairs is a part of 
the University Senate. Its eight faculty members 
and a faculty chairman are appointed by the Uni- 
versity Senate, which is composed of all the full 
professors in the university; and the eight student 
members are chosen by the Student Senate. This 
CSA committee meets once every week. 

In policy matters the Committee on Student 
Affairs is responsible to the University Senate, 
and in administration it serves as an advisory 
group to the Dean of Students. It works in the 
field of extra-curricular activities as one of the 



COMMITTEE ON 
STUDENT AFFAIRS 



principal contact points between representatives 
of the student body, the faculty, and the admin- 
istration. 

The purpose of the committee is to provide 
valuable services to the student body such as 
assisting them in setting up plans of self-govern- 
ment, in managing their social events and activ- 
ities, encouraging their sense of personal responsi- 
bility, preventing extra-curricular activities from 
imposing on their scholastic progress, and helping 
to organize and maintain living conditions which 
are safe, healthful, and moral for college students. 

The committee in collaboration with the Stu- 
dent Senate writes the "Code on Student Affairs" 
which is a set of regulations guiding the operation 
of all student organizations. 



Top row: Robert Broucek, Prof. Thomas Hastings, Prof. LaVell Henderson, Roger Lewis, John Wills, Prof. Edward Ebert, Peter Koeppen, 

Prof. Ralph Johnson, Roger Baskes 
Bottom, row: Prof. Halbert Gulley, Prof. Dorothy Litherland, Virginia Churchill, Prof. Karl Gardner, Dean Edward Stafford, Virginia Thompson, 
Dean Miriam Sheldon, William Graham 



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PANHELLENIC 
COUNCIL 



Enid Weinstein, president 



Panhellenic is the governing and policy-making 
body for all sororities at the University of Illinois. 
It encourages high social standards, scholastic 
achievement and participation in activities among 
its members. 

The Executive Committee acts as the judicial 
body of Panhellenic and makes policy recom- 
mendations to Presidents' Council. Linking the 
individual sorority members and Panhellenic, 
Presidents' Council is the policy-making body of 
Panhellenic. Executive Committee is composed 
of the four officers, the senior chairmen, and pledge 
advisors of the five departments which are: pledge, 
social, scholarship, activities and rushing, the Shi- 
Ai president, the public relations chairman and a 



Senate representative. 

Panhellenic sponsors the Panhellenic Ball every 
year. They also hold a Scholarship Dessert in the 
fall, and a Scholarship Banquet in the spring, at 
which time the 5.0 sorority women are honored, 
and the house scholarship trophy, the pledge 
scholarship trophy, and the improvement plaque 
are presented. 

This year, with the proceeds from the 1954 Ball, 
Panhellenic set up three $200 grants, for which all 
undergraduate women were eligible to apply. 
Panhellenic supports a foster child in Italy under 
the Foster Parents Plan. Each week one of the 
sororities writes her a letter. 



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Panhellenic Executive Committee — Top row: Rebecca Koelling, Chi Omega. Semite representative; Joyce Cohn, Delta Plii Epsilon, junior scholarship 
advisor; Sally Johnson, Gamma Phi Beta, junior activity advisor; Martha Craft. Alpha Omicron Pi, pledge presidents advisor; Nancy Dowling, 
Sigma Kappa, senior scholarship chairman; Diantha Spires, Delta Delta Delta, senior activity chairman; Priscilla Perry, Delta Delta Delta, 
pledge advisors chairman; Patricia Edwards, Alpha Chi Omega, rush chairman; Nancy Tomm, Delta Delta Delta, assistant rush chairman; Sylvia 
Naranick, Pi Beta Phi, junior social advisor; Susan Howarth, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Shi-Ai president; Judith Cleary, Kappa Alpha Theta, 
public relations chairman 

Bottom row: Janet Jones, Zeta Tau Alpha, treasurer; Virginia Thompson, Kappa Alpha Theta, rice president; Enid Weinstein, Sigma Delta Tau, 
president; Mary Werner, Delta Gamma, secretary; Patricia Cross, advisor 

Not in panel: Janice Kisten, Delta Gamma, senior social chairman 





Presidents' Council — Top row: Carol Dunnivant, Alpha Omicron Pi; Shirley Lewis, Delta Delta Delta; Fredricka Teer, Delta Sigma Theta ; Myra 

Bloxom, Sigma Kappa; Glendora Mougin, Delta Sigma Epsilon; Dorothy Wolf, Kappa Delta; Sally Walker, Alpha Gamma Delta, Margaret Ford, 

Pi Kappa Sigma 
Third row: Harriet Dawson. Alpha Kappa Alpha; Joan Rush, Theta Vpsilon; Eleanor Ford. Phi Sigma Sigma; Irma Shainberg, Alpha Epsilon 

Phi; Betsy Roe, Delta Zeta; Nancy Gratigny, Alpha Xi Delta; Lee Purnell, Gamma Phi Beta; Patricia Brothers, Alpha Delta Pi; Nadine Kess- 

ler, lota Alpha Pi 
Second row: Diane Pierre, Chi Omega; Sandra Maurer, Kappa Alpha Theta; Sandra Schwartz, Delta Phi Epsilon; Sue Traxler, Sigma Delta Tau; 

Mary Haruay, Pi Beta Phi; Nancy Servine, Alpha Plii ; Eleanor Mayne, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Ruth Green, Phi Ma; Deborah Fay, Alpha Chi 

Omega 
Bottom row: Patricia Cross, advisor; Janet Jones, Zeta Tau Alpha; Enid Weinstein, Sigma Delta Tau; Virginia Thompson, Kappa Alpha Theta; 

Mary Werner. Ueltn Gamma 

Junior Panhellenic Executivi Committee — Top row: Barbara Reardon, Delta Gamma, 
pledge presidents chairman; Dianne Baumann, Gamma Phi Beta, pledge schol- 
arship chairman 

Bottom row: Adlon Dohnie, Kappa Kappa Gamma, pledge activity chairman; Vir- 
ginia Thompson, Kappa Alpha Theta, advisor from Senior Panhellenic ; Barbara 
Watkins. Kappa Alpha Theta, pledge social chairman 



All sorority pledges belong to Junior 
Panhellenic, which is made up of 
four departments: pledge presidents, 
pledge activity chairmen, pledge so- 
cial chairmen and pledge scholarship 
chairmen. Each department functions 
as a separate entity, and they are co- 
ordinated through Junior Panhellenic 
Executive Committee, composed of 
the pledge chairmen of the four de- 
partments and an advisor from Senior 
Panhellenic. 

Each fall the pledges help decorate 
for Panhellenic Ball. Later in the 
year Junior Panhellenic sponsors the 
All-Pledge Banquet, which all sorority 
pledges attend. Junior Panhellenic 
and Junior IF put on an Easter Egg 
Hunt for orphans. 




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WOMEN'S GROUP 
SYSTEM 



Virginia Churchill, president 

The Women's Group System is the organiza- 
tion for all independent, undergraduate women on 
campus. W.G.S. strives to enrich the lives of its 
members and all students by encouraging fellow- 
ship, developing leadership, and promoting high 
scholarship and interest in participation in campus 
activities. 

Second Council, composed of the presidents or 
representatives from W.G.S. houses, discusses the 
groups activities and receives announcements of 
campus affairs. The executive board, comprising 
the W.G.S. officers and major chairmen, admin- 
isters the social, activity, scholarship, and fresh- 
man advisory programs, investigates matters 



referred to it, and makes recommendations to Sec- 
ond Council. 

Freshman Board, including one freshman from 
each independent house, voices the problems of 
the freshman women and encourages them to be- 
come active in W.G.S. programs. 

W.G.S. sponsors scholarship and activity awards 
teas. It joins the Men's Independent Association 
in planning the Dad's Day Review every fall, in 
presenting the annual Sno-Ball informal dance, 
and in publishing their own newspaper, The Indee 
News. W.G.S. sponsors such campus-wide events 
as coffee hours and mixer dances. 



Executive Board — Top row: Dean Mary Harrison, advisor; Audrey Veazie, publications chairman; Carole Kamin, scholarship chairman; Barbara 
Boyd, socinl chairman ; U ut li Karkley, secretary 

Second row: Charmian Clem, public relation.* chairman; Lynn Bryant, vice president; Virginia Churchill, president; Mary Fulton, freshman ad- 
visor; Ruth Stapels, student senator 

Hottom run-: Patricia McCartney, activities chairman; Sandra Mozin. assistant freshman advisor; Barbara Drinnon, freshman board president; 
Martha Massie, treasurer 





Second Council — Top row: Frances Beyer, Ruth Caldwell, Doris Crist, Sandra Levitt, -Marilyn Morine, Rae Starr, Carol Sims, Catsie Jones, Caro- 
lyn Bostie, Carol Boston 

Third row: Kstelle Abrams, Elizabeth Rich, Minette Turner, Shirley Rosenthal, Marilyn Shirey, Barbara Bluege, Patricia Kane, Alice Shephard, 
Leesa Heinrich, Sandra Schulz, Mary Campbell 

Second row: Fredericks Krauss, Carol Cannean, Barbara Beatty, Henrietta Hoenicke, Petina Mien. Joanne Spinello, Joan Olson, Marilyn Jones, 
Lolita Woodard, Nickolae Baker 

Bottom row: Betty [(easier, Judith Bremer, Barbara Rosenberg, Charna Sugerman, Doris Moore, Leah Stern, Diane Parker, Sharon Barger, Ruth 
Miskovsky, Carole Kamin, .lane Shtller 

Not in panel: Joan Martin, Marjorie Stncke, Ann Forrest al. Marjorie Willielm 



Freshman Board — Top row: Patricia Tredrea, Ina Owen, Marilyn Berkowitz, Nancy Mathis, Elaine Stein, Barbara Cray. Bonita Prettyman, Phyllis 

Floyd, Marguerite Balton, Betty Sorrill, Carol Boren, Mary Shelton, Sandra Deutsch, Elizabeth Austin 
Second row: Brenda Bilinsky, Ann Sognefest, Judy, Morse, Sharon Hoffman, secretary-treasurer; Barbara Drinnon, president; Delores Powder, 

vice president ; Joan n Grish, program chairman; Sandra Mozin, advisor; Shelly Cohan, Suzanne Michaelsen 
Bottom row: Ruth Wiebusch, Donna Braverraan, Sandra (iiannoni, Muriel Goldsmith, Sharon Blutman, Nancy Williams. Anne Ehret, Norella Cota, 

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MEN'S INDEPENDENT 
ASSOCIATION 



Kenneth Krneger, president 



The Men's Independent Association of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois is the representative body of the 
organized independent men's houses on campus. 
Governing power of the group is maintained in the 
Monday Council, composed of representatives 
from each of the member houses. The President's 
Cabinet, made up of the officers, major committee 
chairmen, and representatives to other campus 
organizations, acts as an advisory, executive com- 
mittee. Another advisory group is the Faculty 
Advisory Board, a body of administrative and fac- 
ulty members which offers information and sug- 
gestions about subjects affecting the organization. 

Most activity comes in the Monday Council, 



where decisions of policy and expressions of opin- 
ion on campus problems are formulated. Action 
taken by this group is presented to administra- 
tive and student bodies as representative of the 
members. The body serves a further function by 
disseminating information about campus activi- 
ties and administration policy to the member 
houses. 

Besides coordinating student activity on the 
Illinois campus, the organization maintains a con- 
tact with the other independent student groups 
by an active membership in the National Inde- 
pendent Students Association. 



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Cabinet — Top row: James Bruno, social chairman; Dean Richard Hulet. advisor; Lee Van Der Hulst, finance chairman; Thomas Stark, student 
senator; John Wills, student senator; Joseph Connella, services chairman; George Foster, Union Board representative; Bernard Pechter, public 
relations chairman 

Bottom roar: Donald Herman. Indee editor; Burton Wolf, intramural ch airman; Allan Jacobs, rirc president; Kenneth Krneger, president; Louis 
Keith, secretary; Gerald Todd, treasurer 





Faculty Advisory Board — Left to right : Dean Calvin Sifferd, Kenneth Krueger, Earl Seyler, Joseph Ewers, Prof. Dnane Branigan, Dean Richard 
Hulet, Prof. Charles Bowman, Herbert Parber 



House Representatives — Top row: Herbert Lassiter, Delmer Hall, Rolland Heien, Marvin Gerdes, Paul Smith. Charles Hasan, Jay Levine, Clifford 

Eagleton, David Hartley, Wayne German, Donald Schneider, Ronald Wales, Thomas Mulroney, Jerome Hardesty, Robert Halibozek, Ralph Eise- 

man, Gordon Gee, John Engel 
Third row: Dieter Rodrian, James Cazier. Robert Clever. James Lewis, Larry Fink. James Bloomquist. Donald Teague. Jack Leftwich. Harold 

Rieches, Ronald Hamclberg, John Wills, Joseph Cannella, Alan Krause, Francis O'Connor, Warren Hasting, Thomas Stark, Harry Becker, 

Robert Wagner, Herbert Siewert, Albert Linden, Burton Wolf, Dale Darnell 
Second row: Gene Pizzato. James Bruno, Bernard Pcchter, George Foster, Gerald Todd, Louis Keith, Kenneth Krueger, Allan Jacobs, Dean Richard 

Hulet, Lee Van Der Hulst, Donald Herman, Henry Durbin. Dale Houston, Armand Peterson 
Bottom row: Paul Rosenfield, Howard Gust, Lloyd Finley, Wesley Stellhorn, Ralph Nelson, Joseph Swinarski. Ronald Ahrens, David Bossert, 

James Swanson, Donald Buchanan, Peter Torchia, Larry Watkins 




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INTERFRATERNITY 
COUNCIL 



Claude Teagarden, president 



The Interfraternity Council is the governing 
and supervising body of all social fraternities at 
the University. The Council studies such current 
problems as scholarship, pledge training, activities, 
house finances, and house management. 

The Council includes a junior and senior repre- 
sentative from each of the fifty-eight fraternities. 
It is the largest and oldest such group in the 
country. At regular weekly Council meetings and 
committee meetings, the representatives get ac- 
quainted and discuss constructive ideas for fra- 
ternity operations to take back to their houses. 

Council functions are planned by the following 



committees: executive, judicial, pledge training, 
programs, activities, intramurals, and house man- 
agers. 

Last year Interfraternity Council sponsored such 
events as pairings for stunt show, a Christmas 
Party for underprivileged children, Greek Week, 
and IF Ball. 

The Board of Fraternity Affairs, composed of 
three staff fraternity men, three local fraternity 
alumni, and the Executive Committee, advises this 
group. The assistant dean of men for fraternities 
supervises Interfraternity Council. 



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Executive Committee — Tnp row. Anthony Lekas, Chi Psi ; Salvatore Grisiffe, Chi Psi ; Frederick Figge, Beta Tlieta Pi: Roger Lewis, Phi Epsilon 
Pi: Robert Shorr, Zeta Beta Tau; Arnold Kanter, Phi Sigma Delta: Lyle, Dahlenburg, Phi Delta Theta ; Jack Hendryx, Delta Lfpsilon 

Bottom row: Robert Jacobson, Kappa Delta Rho: David Peskind, Zeta Beta Tan, rice president; Claude Teagarden, Beta Theta Pi, president; 
Dean Howard Neuberg, advisor; Robert Hirsch, Phi Epsilon Pi, secretary 

Not in panel: Robert Klaus. Sigma Chi, treasure. 





Representatives — Top row: William Deckert, Beta Sigma Psi; Robert Hendel, Delta Phi; Arthur Murray, Sigma Phi Epailon; Kenneth Cullen, Phi 
Kappa Sigma; William Hayes, Theta Chi; William Gullett, Kappa Delta. Rho 

Third row: Eugene Gudeman, Farm House; Anthony Lekas, Chi Psi; Richard Smith, Acacia; John Pike, Chi Psi; John Hultberg, Triangle; Alex- 
ander Velco, Pi Kappa Alpha; Samuel Gore, Sigma Chi; Alien Schor, Alpha Epsilon Pi 

Second row: Eugene Dreyer, Zeta Beta Tau; Charles Tygett, Alpha Sigma Phi; Phillip Dressel, Phi Delta Theta; Donald Hortberg, Delta Vpsilon; 
Maurice Pickard, Phi Epsilon Pi; Preston Ransom, Alpha Phi Alpha; Michael Taras. Delta Sigma Pi; Robert Kaloupek, Delta Sigma Plii 

Bottom row: Robert Mihm, Phi Kappa Psi; Kenneth Kirk, Phi Kappa Tau; Norman Sather, Zeta Psi; Lee Frerker, Plii Kappa; Pat Aspen, Phi 
Sigma Kappa; Richard Chenoweth, Delta Chi; Lynn Truckenbrod, Farm House 

Representatives — Top row: Robert Hirsch, Phi Epsilon Pi; Lloyd Heisler, Phi Sigma Kappa; Phillip Naffziger, Alpha Gamma Rho; Walter Wein- 

wurm, Delta Sigma Phi; Fred Noe, Delta Kappa Epsilon; Kenneth Kopecky, Sigma Plii Epsilon; Stephen Trelease, Phi Kappa Psi; John Ting- 

leff, Delta Chi; Joseph McCook, Alpha Chi Rho; James Bigley, Tau Kappa Epsilon; John Rowe, Alpha Delta Phi; Patrick Mahoney, Phi Kappa; 

Roger Lewis, Phi Epsilon Pi 
Third row: Harry Brunner, Pi Kappa Phi; Robert Waddick, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Allan Cady, Zeta Psi; Richard Newberry, Sigma Nu; Thomas 

Johnston, Phi Gamma Delta; Edgar Twine, Alpha Phi Alpha; John Jenkins, Phi Gamma Delta; Robert Johnson, Beta Sigma Psi; Richard 

Degener, Theta Chi; Donald Simroth, Delta Tau Delta; Charles Lumar. Triangle; Robert Ruppel, Acacia; Arnold Kanter, Phi Sigma Delta 
Second row: Allan Nelson, Phi Sigma Delta; John Gratchner, Phi Kappa Sigma; James Blakely, Theta Delta Chi; Charles Detwiler, Theta Kappa 

Phi; Elliott Zidell, Alpha Epsilon Pi; Samuel Erwin, Beta Theta Pi: Bernard Reizner, Pi Lambda Phi; Harold Bierman, Tau Delta Phi; 

Douglas Champion, Theta Chi; Lyle Dahlenburg, Phi Delta Theta; Robert Klaus. Sigma Chi 
Bottom row: Jerry Meyer, Alpha Sigma Phi; Robert Renier, Sigma Tau Gamma; Ronald Kaiser, Tau Epsilon Phi; Salvatore Grisaffe. Chi Psi; 

Jack Hendryx, Delta Vpsilon; David Peskind, Zeta Beta Tau; John Macleary, Pi Kappa Alpha; Marion Smith, Alpha Rho Chi; William 

Peters, Lambda Chi Alpha 
Not in panel: Michael McCray, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; John Boyd, Kappa Sigma; Ronald Vogel, Psi Vpsilon; Robert Patton, Cosmopolitan; John 

Evans, Alpha Tau Omega; Carl Schlageter, Theta Xi; Louis James, Alpha Kappa Lambda; Lowry Bayley, Sigma Pi; James Ferguson, Kappa 

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JUNIOR 

INTERFRATERNITY 

COUNCIL 



Peter Weiss, president 



In its third year, Junior Interfraternity Council 
had two main objectives: the stimulation of the 
pledge classes' interest in interfraternity affairs 
and University activities and the maintenance oi 
pledge class grades on a satisfactory level. 

The governing body of Junior Interfraternity 
Council consists of a president, vice president, 
secretary-treasurer, and sergeant-at-arms, each 
with a one year term. They appoint committee 
heads and officiate over all committees. 

Last year Junior Interfraternity Council planned 
numerous events such as the Junior Interfraternity 
Ball held in November. On Homecoming Week- 



end the pledge classes maintained barricades for 
the judging of house decorations. In December 
a dessert was given for all the pledges. The annual 
Easter Egg Roll was held in the spring. 

Part of the Junior Interfraternity Council is the 
pledge-training and scholarship committee which 
deals with the problems of fraternity pledges. 
Under it is a subcommittee of 58 pledge presidents 
which meets with the committee to formulate 
policies. These policies, when passed by Senior 
Interfraternity Council and instituted in the fra- 
ternities, aid the pledges in scholarship and uni- 
versity adjustment. 



Top roii': Dale, Helms, Steven Stern, Richard Lacquement, William Pike, Henry Chapman, Frederick Grigsby, Harris Vayo, Denny Arvola, Fred 

Mover, Michael West, John Hudson, Ronald Urban, Richard Marks. Bruce Schultz 
Third row: Donald Greenlee, John Beyerle, Thomas Moore, Carl Smedberg. Richard Lindeman, John Crawford. Samuel Hamilton, James James, 

Milton Otto, Tom Maltas, David Webster, Robert Connell, John Cross, William Davenport. William Davis, Maurice Bobbitt, Norman Marcus 
■Second rote: Frederick Borgsmiller, Mercer Ferguson, Daniel Birkle, Marvin Robbins, James Clayberg, William Conic, sergeant-at-arms; Jerry Dy- 

cus, vice president; Peter Weiss, president; Philip Kronenberg, secretary; Anthony Lekas, senior advisor; David Cade, Rodger Roderick, Jesse 

Su anigan 
Bottom row: Richard Vissering, Clarence Waller, Albert Lorenz, George Edgell, Mariano Guzzardo, Robert Willoughby, Thomas Walker, Clifford 

Levitan, Ronald Fickel, Barry Greenberg, Dale McMahon, Alan Smith 



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Officers — Top row: Benjamin Vinar, rice presi- 
dent 

Bottom row: Carl Steiner, president; Madonna 
Miller, secretary-treasurer 



Executive Committee — Left to right: Herbert Lassiter, Erie Yesely Ralph Hale. Madonna 
Miller, Reva Tackel, Carl Steiner, Benjamin Vinar, Hermann Stelzner, Marvin Ulmer, 
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ILLINI FORENSIC ASSOCIATION 



The Illini Forensic Association is open to any 
student interested in taking part in the Forensic 
program of debates, discussions, and public speak- 
ing events. The program is directed toward im- 
proving speaking ability and arousing interest in 
current events. 

Intercollegiate debates and discussions permit 
an evaluation in comparison with other campuses. 
Intra-squad debates give practice and confidence 



to the debaters for such events. Monthly parlia- 
mentary debates, weekly radio forum programs 
over WILL and local demonstration debates and 
workshops also offer members an opportunity to 
gain practice. 

Eight varsity and sixteen junior-varsity debaters 
are chosen by tryouts. An executive council com- 
posed of students with faculty advisors manages 
this student organization. 



Top row: Sam Russenberger, Gerald Cashman, Edwin Hawkinson, Eri ■ Vesely, Ralph Hale, George Williams, Herbert Lassiter, Frank Robin- 
son, Dale Houston, Richard Adams, Thomas Glatter 

Second, roie : Richard Shavkin, Gordon Keefer, Sharon Rockenbach, Jewell Winkler, Benjamin Vinar, Dianne Baumann, Carl Steiner, Madonna 
Miller, Reva Tackel 

Bottom row: Theodore Gertz, James Doyle, Michael Sovereign, James Rothermel. Frederick Jaronitzky, David Rogier, Allan Roin, Robert Lenz 



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The Illini Union is the center of 
campus life. It was designed to be used 
by students, staff, alumni, and friends of 
the University. 

In cooperation with the University of 
Illinois Foundation, the Union has been 
fully equipped. A grant of funds from 
the Federal Government, a separate 
loan, and contributions from alumni and 
friends of the University have made the 
Union possible. 



THE ILLINI UNION 



Vernon Kretschmer, director 



Earl Finder, assistant director 




Union Administration — Top row: Robert McNabb, Earl Finder, Vernon Kretschmer, Arthur Sawyer, Warren Ramshaw, Charles "Wertz 
Bottom row : Alice Hurt, Marjorie Arkwright, Barbara Baxter, Irene Pierson, Stella Cameron 




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UNION BOARD 





Roger Baskes, president 



Efficient handling of Illini Union Stu- 
dent Activities demands supreme coop- 
eration and able leadership. Union Ad- 
ministration and Board and the Union 
President coordinate and supervise. 
Their efforts assure the smooth function- 
ing of this organization. 



Allen Bradley, treasurer; Barbara Baxter, vice president 



Union Board — Top row: Lynn Bryant, Barbara Arnold, Charles Hamilton, Marjorie Wiegand, Marcia Pritchett, Robert Hoff, George Foster, 

Frederick Figge, Mary Werner 
Bottom row : Charles Bowen, Prof. Harry Fuller, Allen Bradley, Barbara Baxter, Irene Pierson, Roger Baskes, Prof. Charles Brightbill 



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Irene Pierson, social director 



UNION SOCIAL 
DIRECTORS 



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Social directors — Left to right : Ann Litherland, Norma Fifer, Irene 

Pierson, Clarence Leverenz 
Not in panel: Esther Fnenning 








FALL EVENTS 




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DEPARTMENT OF 
RECREATION 



Robert Hoff, director 



Pep Rallies 
Club Commons 
Red Cross 
Campus Talent 
Spring Musical 




DEPARTMENT OF 
STUDENT SERVICES 





Marcia Pritchett, director 



Dads Day 

Coffee Hours 

International Fair 

Union Relations 

High School Circus 



Major Chairmen — Left to right: Gertrude Gassman, David Saidel, Myra Bloxom, Carol Oliver 



Sub-chairmen — Left to right: Elisabeth Peleher, Carol Kenyon, Ronald 
Kaiser, Gordon Johns, Marilyn Jones, Nancy Neumann, Thomas 
Soderstrom. Georgia Mayer 



Sub-chairmen — I^eft to right: Patricia Nicol, Kathleen McDowell, 
Dolores Lamport, Gordon Johns, Ruth Green, David Birkner, 
Bette Hammond, Nancy Taylor 








Marjorie Wiegand, director 



Stunt Show 
Dances 
Music Hours 
Personnel 
Mothers Day 



DEPARTMENT OF 
SOCIAL AFFAIRS 




Major Chairmen — Left to right: Elizabeth Thomas, Judith Brunkow, Adele Monterastelli 
Not in panel .- i ierald Galler 



Sub-chairmen — Top rou : Harry Goern, Allan Nelson, Joe Rice, Fred 

Kanter 
Bottom row: Martha Link, Nancy Servine, Bette Hammond, Carolyn 

Biggs 



Sub-chairmen — Top row: Ernest Humphrey, Jerry Meyer, Roberta 

Tewes, Robert Hagemeyer 
Bottom row: Jane Herberger, Dolores Lamport, Ann Mitchell, Sandra 

Levitt 





Charles Hamilton, director 



Block I 
Union Movies 
Fine Arts 
Social Forums 
Spring Carnival 



DEPARTMENT OF 
CULTURAL AFFAIRS 




Major Chairmen — Top row: Robert Emmons, Jerome Tankel 
Bottom row: Bernard Pechter, Howard Gleason 



Sub-chairmen — Left to right: Don Fisher, Bernadette Seraponas, Merle 
Block, David Birkner, Philip Turner, Edward Bayer, Fred Kanler, 
Deborah Blair, Anne Alloway 



Sub-chairmen — Top ron: : Kenneth Kopecky, Richard Mann, Rochelle 
Goldberger, Martha Gross, Nancy Emig, William Sullivan, Paul 
Mayer 

Bottom roto : Catherine Enrieht, Barbara Luehring, Paula Basner, 
Kathleen McDowell, Elaine Mehlman, Diane Kayner 




DEPARTMENT OF 

STUDENT-ALUMNI 

RELATIONS 




Barbara Arnold, director 




Homecoming 

Jazz-L^-Like-It 

Open Houses and Banquets 

International Soccer Club 

Barbershoppers 



Major Chairmen — Left to right: Rhea Peterson, Richard Besser, Norman Anderson, Jon Techentin 
h'ot in panel: Thomas Snow 



Sub-chairmen — Left to riqlit : Arthur Murray, Nancy Staudinger, Corinne 
Dau, Stephen Sarly, David Heindel 



Sub-chairmen — Top row: Carolyn Snader, Henry Schmitt. Dean 

Brandt, Gerry Brence, Alice Weber, Susan Howarth 

Bottom row: Sue Leichtman, Samuel Hill, Sheldon Hauck, Jerry 
Meyer 





CAMPUS CHEST 




tfartha Schueler, associate director 



Betty Purnell, associate direct 





Major Chairmen — Top row : Edward Shore, Wesley Lindberg, Michael McCray 
Itotlom row: Marilee Schmidt, Martha Schueler, Betty Purnell. Particia Halper 



Sub chairmen — Top row: Joseph Bartulis, Philip Kronenberg, Henry Thumann 

Third row : Virginia Bauman, Allan Roin, Alan Nudelman, Barbara Farrell 

Second row: Sandra Underwood, Mildred George, Mary Butner, Mary Elson 

Bottom roiv : Thelma Chapman, Ann Funkhouser, Gail Wonderlin, Andrea Lombard 

Not in panel : Henry Schmitt, Paul Blanke, Donald Hortberg, Richard Hoard, Maureen Mc- 

Knight, Stephen Margolin, Robert Munnecke, Judith Eickemeyer, Nancy Staudinger, John 

Muran, Marion Johnson, Patricia Butler 



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Allocations Board — Top row : Janet Jones, Prof. Harold Schultz, Gerald Todd, George Howard, Charles 

Hamilton. Edward Shore, Marilyn Ebel 
Bottom row: Betty Purnell, Martha Schueler, Marilee Schmidt, Dean Agnes Tandberg 
Not in panel: Martha Massie. Robert Hirsch. Dean George Bargh 



Campus Chest was organized in 1948 to elimin- 
ate the numerous requests for donations to various 
charities. Campus Chest's purpose is to sponsor 
one charity drive per year. 

Early in the fall, they begin preparations for 
the drive. They begin publicity through the 
Block I, the band, radio, TV, newspapers and dis- 
plays. Also, an extensive program of educating the 
campus is organized. 

In addition to this general drive, Campus Chest 
sponsors several other events. They conduct a 



book drive, a clothing drive, a boutonniere sale 
and orphan parties. 

The proceeds from this drive, as well as those 
from Spring Carnival, are allocated to charities 
recommended by the Allocations Board. This 
board, composed of representatives from major 
student organizations, representatives from the 
Chest, and three faculty advisors, controls the 
proceeds from the drive, Spring Carnival, and 
other Chest activities. 






Suzanne Brunkow, president 



Executive Council — Top row: Kleanor Palm, Kiyo Yoshimura, Phyllis 

Bliss Walker, Jo Ann Hostettler 
Bottom rows Nancy Simons, Janice Heil, Mary Stark, Suzanne Brunkow 
Not in panel; Ruth McNabb 



Whitehead, 



Y. W. C. A. 



The Young Women's Christian Association offers 
university women an opportunity to work, play, 
share and grow with people of many races, religi- 
ons, and nationalities. It serves as a medium for 
the expression of creative ideas. Christian growth 
and fellowship with other young women in all 
types of activities from discussion groups to the 
administration of planned projects is the basis of 
the Illinois Y. 

The Y Freshman Weekend is designed to intro- 
duce new students to college life and to help them 
make the most of their four years. The Y serves the 
campus and community further with its Inter- 



national Supper Club, Thanksgiving vespers, and 
deputations team. 

Committees serve every interest and the girls 
enjoy their work at Chanute Field, with young- 
sters, and with transfer students. The Y's main 
areas of interest include Family Life, Social Re- 
creation and the Little United Nations. The an- 
nual Y Christmas Doll Show is one of the year's 
greatest highlights. 

The Y provides a wide choice of associations for 
it welcomes and encourages participation by all 
students, accepting them for what they are, and 
making no stipulations as to who may join. 



Cabinet — Top ran-. Mrs. Finch, Mrs. Hohart, Jo Ann Hostettler, June Heifer, Carol Knott, Peggy Hite, Shirley Hunter, Janet Ghinn, Alice Walker, 

Betty Herschelman, Joanna Pana, Kiyo Yoshimura 
Third roii-: Mary Siemer. Helen Migely, Mary Shoecraft, Sara Vaughn, Joan Brunkow, Elizabeth Oldenburger, Marilyn Jones. Barbara Bein, Sally 

Barton, Eula Ridenbaugh 
Second row: Rose Kinnear, Diana Springer, Dorothy Gronau, Brunhild S hneeman, Elisabeth Pelcher. Dianne Doolen, Marilyn Ebel, Annette Oeh- 

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Bottom row: Phyllis Whitehead, Eleanor Palm, Janice Heil, treasurer; S.izannp Brunkow, president; Mary Stark, viee president; Nancy Simons. 

secretary; Bliss Walker 




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George Howard, president 



Y. M. C. A. 



The Y.M.C.A. is a non-denominational Christian 
organization serving the campus. Its purpose is 
to provide a program that will complete the stu- 
dent's education with deeper spiritual insights. 
To fulfill its function, it gives its members oppor- 
tunities to work on more than fifteen standing 
committees and related projects. 

The Y gives special emphasis to a wide fresh- 
man program and an international student pro- 



gram. Bringing students and faculty into better 
understanding has long been a concern of the Y. 
Increasing the student's sense of social responsi- 
bility and helping him to a more meaningful per- 
sonal life are also major aims of the Y.M.C.A. 

The large, well-furnished Y.M.C.A. building is 
open to all, with newspapers, magazines, study 
and meeting rooms, and the popular Kaeser Room 
available for student enjoyment. 



~S.il.CA. Executive Council — To/i row: Kenneth Ellis, Thomas Soilerstrom, Phillip Xaffziger, John Garland. Corliss Anderson, Charles Hoefer, 

John Fixiner, Freeman Marti. Thomas Glatter 
Bottom row: John Price, James Creath, George Howard, Ronald Kareken 



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Carol Andrews, editor 



Art stuff — Left to right: Yerne Bowman, Piof. William Kennedy 




ILLIO EDITORIAL STAFF 



Joan Truckenbrod, associate editor 



Alice Van Dyke, associate editor 





Sara Knodell, associate editor 



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In producing The 1956 Illio, its 
staff tried to turn out a book which 
will reflect all the phases of campus 
life— its social events, organized 
groups and administration. 

Four seniors, an editor and three 
associate editors, planned the produc- 
tion of the book and supervised the 
over-all work of the staff. They judged 
a contest in which the artist who exe- 
cuted all the art work in The lllio was 
chosen. 

Eleven junior editors were in charge 
of planning the eight sections which 
compose the book. These sections are: 
Chicago Professional Colleges, Sports, 
Residences, Activities, Seniors, Or- 
ganizations, Illi-Noise and University. 

Under the direction of these juniors, 
sophomore staff members typed, filed, 
drew layouts, cropped pictures and 
wrote copy for their assigned sections. 
Freshman staff members, who alter- 
nated between the business and edi- 
torial staffs, shared in this work. 

Each spring the freshmen and 
sophomores attend a workshop in The 
Illio office to receive training in the 
many phases of yearbook work. 




Junior Editors — Left to right: Gail Hively, Samuel Erwin, Patricia 
Pieschel 



Sophomore Staff — Top row: Robert Eggers, Arthur Daniels, James Hardesty. Gloria Fenner, Peter Klein. Thomas Moore 

Third row: Susan Biron, Eloise Lasota, Patricia Ryan, Lucy Andrew, Mary Adsit. Elizabeth Seago. Judith Johnson 

Second row: Kay Ent, Carolyn Biggs, Dorothy Cygal, Georgene Smith, Patricia Crummy, Shirley Rose. Judith Klepinger, Judith Simonson 

Bottom row: Diane Kellogg, Barbara Williams", Mario Lange, Catherine Enright, Beverly O'Dell, Patricia Nicol, Wanda Wylhe, Martha Link 










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Frederick Figge, business manager 




Dorothy Wolf, associate business manager 




Frank Laraia, associate business managi 




ILLIO 
BUSINESS STAFF 



Junior Business Managers-Sales — Left to right: Margaret Caskey, 
Georgia Doak 



Junior Business Managers-Sales — Left to right: Judith Hennig, John 
Lytle 





Junior Business Managers-Advertising — Left to right: Jack Carl- 
son, Nancy Dufour, Barbara Crow 



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Freshman Staff — Top row: Janet Sheaffer, Nellie McLaughlin, Sue Buchheit, Dena Brown 

Third row: Carol Schmitt, Ronald Angle, Mark Templeton, David Bowers, Charles Redmon, Thomas Rees, Harry Kellogg, Nancy Thomas 

Se< -null row: Mary Blewett, Patricia Ryan, Betty Wold, Joan Fleisch, Carol Koehler, Joan Witry, Patricia Claflin, Bonita Schnepper 

Bottom row: Judith Scott, Kathryn Daly, Nancy -Alwine, Mary Lorentz. Delores Read, Rosemary Stanton, Tamara Wolczek. Jean Orr 

ILLIO BUSINESS STAFF 



The responsibilities of the Illio Business Staff 
are the advertising, sales, and circulation of the 
1956 lllio. The staff is kept busy with registration 
sales, "Turkey Sales," and other special sales drives 
conducted throughout the year. The lllio Beaut} 
Contest, held every fall, is under the supervision 
of one associate senior manager. The direction of 
the freshmen on both of the lllio staffs is the duty 
of the other associate senior manager. The opera- 
tion of the entire lllio Business Staff is the responsi- 
bility of the general manager. 



The eight junior managers are divided into two 
groups, advertising and sales. These managers 
handle the general office work which constitutes 
a large part of getting the lllio distributed. They 
organize all of the data, set up the work for the 
freshmen and sophomores, and supervise their ac- 
tivity. The freshmen and sophomores on the lllio 
staff have the responsibility of selling the books 
and doing general office work such as filing and 
typing. All of these students work to enlarge the 
distribution and to keep the popularity of the 
Illio high. 



Sophomore Business Staff — Top row: Kenneth Cullen, Harold Klalt, James Spoor, Charles Hnhele. Raymond C 
Second row: Kathryn Heitkotter. George Grubb, Noreen O'Connell, Mary Reed, Kay Kibler, Marguerite O'Neil 
Bottom row: Jo Ann Hostettler, Joyce Smith, Jean Keen, Jo Keen, Janet Nichols 
Not in. linnet: Thomas Thompson 



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Campus Staff — Top row : Neal Ball, James Whitelaw, 
Richard Icen, Deane Haning, James Hubbard 

Second row : Margaret Fasnacht, Marion Selbin, Sara 
Mitchell 

Bottom row : Rae Starr, Yvonne Seadin, Janene 
Johnson, Roberta Resnick, Nancy Beauman 

Not in panel : Marilyn Ebel, Joan Prouty 




Gladys Gjerde, Marilyn 
Judith Peiniger, Harold 



Copy Staff — Left to right : 

Boehme, Gloria Fenner, 

Hirsch 
Not in panel : Roberta Bresloff, Joanne Lucey, Kvelyn 

Parsons, Harold Piety, Dorothy Radosevich, Karol 

Reitsch, Sheila Rennie 



City Staff — Top row : Frederick Klein, Joe Conover, 
Carl Humphrey, Robert Kular, Merwin Sigale 

Bottom ro-w : Robert Kite, Stuart Kaminsky, Sally 
Goetz, Peter Weitzel 

Not in panel : Jack Colwell, James Johnson, Roland 
Wulbert 



Activities Staff — Top row : Madeline Genovesi, Susan 
Teegarden, Arunas Zailskas, Roger Williams, 
Lovell Glasscock, Maria Seoofakes 

Bottom row: Mary Veeck, Shirley Moore, Janet 
Brakensiek, Sybil Stern 

Not in panel : Eleanor Ford, Marylee Marbry, Kath- 
leen Rankin, Sharon Rockenbach, Mary Schu- 
macher 



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DAILY ILLINI 

EDITORIAL 

STAFF 





Alvin Sokolow, editor 



Robert Arterburn, executive news editor 



Serving Illini for over three-quarters of 
a century, the Daily Illini is an independent 
student newspaper, whose editorial news 
policies are determined by the student 
editors. 

The reporters on three staffs cover the 
University, student groups and activities, 
and Champaign-Urbana. The sports news 
is covered by a separate department. A 
copy desk staff edits the articles of the 
news staffs and keeps a morgue file. The 
executive news editor is in charge of per- 
sonnel, news-gathering, and day-to-day 
operations of the paper. All editorial and 
news functions are the responsibility of the 
editor-in-chief. 

Stories are written during the afternoon 
and each issue is put together in the even- 
ing. With a late news deadline of 12 a.m. 
the paper is "put to bed" at 3 a.m. 




xt<ifl Editors — Top row : Gustave Weber, photography editor; Alice Potts, 
activities editor; Coryl Crandall, copy desk editor, David Nightingale, 
sports editor; Mary Jackson, campus editor 

Bottom row: Cynthia Jordan, city editor 



Sports Staff — Top row: Robert Lahendro, David Manthey. David Heindel 
Second row: Mark Novak. Howard Krause, Merton Silbar, Robert Frisk 
Bottom, row : Peter Deuel 




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DAILY ILLINI 
BUSINESS STAFF 



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James Smith, business manager 



Frank Gerace, 
associate business manager 




Junior Manager* — Top row: Harold Fox. Marvin Angus 
Bottom, row: Richard Lindrooth, Fred Linkon, Claire O'Connell, Judi 
Havner, Edward Schwartz 



The advertising staff of the Daily Illini 
handles solicitation and layout of ads, offers 
special services to the advertisers and selects 
the best individual advertisements. It is com- 
posed of three sections. 

The display section sells space and handles 
customer-paper relations. The classified sec- 
tion handles all ads too small for display. 
The dispatch section runs proofs of ads to ad- 
vertisers, lays out the paper and manages the 
office routine. 

The circulation staff keeps records and sells 
subscriptions by selling on campus during 
freshman week, door-to-door canvassing of 
townspeople, and direct mail solicitation to 
out-of-town subscribers. During the semes- 
ter, promotion projects are planned and car- 
ried through in order to "boost sales." The 
circulation staff also maintains a file of issues 
of the Daily Illini for the convenience of 
people who want to buy past copies and for 
a complete and accurate record of campus 
news. 



Senior Managers — Nancy Fischer, classified manager; Joan Cattaneo, 
dispatch manager 



imitation manager; Dorothy lloore. 




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Display Advertising Staff — Top row: Claude Kellogg, .lack Ruth, Terry Wade, Joseph McCook 
Bottom row: Thomas Ford, Nancy Leconte, Nancy Anderson, Ronald Kahn 




Dispatch Staff — Top row: James O'Brien. Judith Horner, Patricia Kilgos 
Bottom row: Beverly O'Dell 



Circulation ami Classified Staff — Tup row: Karl Rubin, Gerald Steinman, Barbara Becker. Paul Van 

Deventer 
Bottom row: Jo Ann Bryson. Mary Coffman, Marsha Viere, Nancie Masor 
Not in panel: Merle Michelson Jon Isenberg, Marcia Krupinsky, Constance Polich, Judith Thomas. Gloria 

Leber. Joseph Schuber. David Myers, Thomas Czerner 



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Paul LaViolette, editor 




ILLINOIS TECHNOGRAPH 



Larry Kiefling, business manager 



Representing the College of Engineering 
on the campus is the Illinois Technograph, a 
monthly magazine written and edited by 
students of the north campus. 

The Technograph was one of the original 
ten members of the Engineering College 
Magazine Association. It is one of the oldest 
magazines of its type in the country and will 
have been on campus more than 70 years at 
the end of the 1955-1956 session. 

The purpose of the magazine is twofold: 
to train technical writers and to provide the 
engineering student with a representative 
magazine in his field. Each issue of the maga- 
zine emphasizes one phase of engineering so 
that at the end of the year all areas of engi- 
neering are covered, giving the reader valu- 
able information in fields of science besides 
his own. The combination of technical arti- 
cles, articles of general interest and humor 
makes the Technograph a magazine engi- 
neers are justly proud of. 



Millard Darnall, circulation manager 



Top row: Philip Kasbeer, David Webster, Paul Davis, Edwin Snow, Harold Hirsoh 
Second row : Wilbur Knutson, William Barnes, Glenn Andrews, Jack Siebert, David Cox 
Bottom row : James Piechocki, Larry Kiefling, Paul LaViolette, Millard Darnall 



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PHOTOGRAPHIC STAFF 



The Mini Publishing Company Photo Staff is an 
independent body that is responsible for all pictures 
in The Daily Mini and informals for the Illio. Four- 
teen in number, the photographers work one after- 
noon and evening a week on the "beat" and any 
additional time as may be required to complete as- 
signments. Night work usually extends well into 
the following morning. 

The staff has two company-owned speed graphics 
at its disposal, but most photographers prefer to work 
with their own Rolleis. As a result, pictures reflect 
the scope and sharpness of the larger camera as well 
as the versatility and candidness of the smaller ones. 
To cope with this dual processing problem, the staff 
darkroom is equipped to develop roll as well as sheet 
film. Specialized developers and processing aids are 
available for special assignments. 

Photographers are trained in the use of cameras, 
darkroom aids, and operation of the Fairchild Scan- 
A-Graver, with which the staff engraves all Daily 
Mini pictures. With the staff, lighting is an art. The 
photographers make use of natural, bounce and mul- 
tiple lighting. There is a staff rule that all assignments 
are covered with at least two lights. 

In 1955 the staff won a Fairchild Achievement 
Award for excellence in photo advertising. 




Gustave Weber, photo chief 




Charles Shuman, assistant photo chief 



Top row : Stephen Carmean, Melvin Runge, Richard Reichelt, Lowell Griffith, Gerald Meyers, Stanley Barton 
Bottom row : Lee Transier, Robert Worner, John Vilven, Charles Shuman, John Kenward, William Hansen 





ILLINI 

PUBLISHING 

COMPANY 



Prof. Frank Schoolev. chairman 



Paul McMichael, general manager 



The Illini Publishing Company is a non-profit 
corporation chartered by the State of Illinois for 
the purpose of printing, publishing, and distribut- 
ing student publications at the University. It oper- 
ates under a board of control headed by Prof. 
Frank Schooley, chairman, and Paul McMichael, 
general manager. 

The board is composed of four students and 
four faculty members, who serve without compen- 
sation to help give student publications the best 
possible printing service at the minimum cost. 
The four students are nominated by the Student 
Senate and elected by the Board for two-year 
terms. The four faculty members are appointed for 
four-year terms bv the President of the University 



upon recommendation by the Dean of Students. 
These faculty members control the finances and 
appoint the senior editors and managers for the 
different publications. These publications are The 
Daily Illini, the lllio and the Illinois Techriograph. 
The company operates a modern printing plant 
in the basement of Illini Hall, maimed by union 
printers and pressmen. The Daily Illini and Illin- 
ois Technograph are printed there, along with a 
variety of commercial printing for student and 
University-connected organizations. The lllio itself 
is produced in other larger plants; this year it was 
printed in Bloomington, bound in DeKalb, and 
used covers that were made in Chicago. All the 
engravings were produced in Champaign. 



Tiiyi row: Prof. Robert Maut/., Prof. Joe Sutton, Stanley Peskind, Thomas Ainsley 
Bottom nut- : Prof. Jessie Heathman, Prof. Frank Schooley, Rebecca Koelling 
Not in. panel: Bernard Filler. Paul McMichael 




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Norma Hertzmann, personnel manager 



Shirley Bradshaw, general manager 



Prof. Joseph Scott, supervising director 



UNIVERSITY THEATRE 



Every year hundreds of students work at the 
University Theatre, a major extra-curricular activ- 
ity. The Theatre offers experience in acting, cos- 
tuming, stage design and construction, publicity 
and business. New members of the theatre work 
on several crews during the year to gain experi- 
ence. 

The University Theatre includes in its produc- 
tion program a variety of plays: comedy and 
drama, contemporary and historical, American 
and international. 

Senior managers and the departmental staff are 



chosen by the governing body of the theatre, the 
University Theatre Board, which is composed of 
both students and faculty. In addition to the gen- 
eral manager and personnel managers, there are 
four other managers who head the production, 
workshop theatre, stage, and business departments. 
The departmental staff is composed of faculty staff 
managers who provide technical direction. 

A Workshop provides experience for beginning 
actors and a place for student-directed and stu- 
dent-written plays to be presented. 



University Theatre Board of Control — Top row: Prof. Marvin Herrick, Prof. Cameron Gullette, Prof. Joseph Scott, Prof. Claude Viens 
Bottom row: Marion Hunter, Norma Hertzmann, Shirley Bradshaw, Roxane Kamm, Robert Stevens 



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Patricia Jensen, production manage) 



James Elmer, stage manager 






UNIVERSITY 



George McKinney, technical director 





Vera Jacobson, workshop theatre manager 



Arthur Williams, business manager 



THEATRE 



Genevieve Richardson, costumiere 



Production Staff Maiw,gers — Tup row: Jerom 
Van Ormer, Ronald Jerit, Rotter Fitz 
gerakl 

Bottom row: Nancy Grlidden, Carolyn Jones 
Martha Craft, Eva Hildesheimer 




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Business Staff Managers — Top row: Maral Weireter, playbill and adver- 
tising art 

Bottom row: Shirley Gaghen, publicity; Donna Glenn, house management; 
Isabel Francis, box office 



Staff Managers of Personnel and Workshop Theatre — Top 
row: Robert Stevens, personnel; Thomas Hemmens, 
workshop theatre 

Bottom row: Priscilla Perry, personnel ; Jean Anderson, 
workshop theatre 




Assistant Managers — Top row: Ernest Humphrey, Lee Sentman, Robert Hagemeyer, David Tillema, Dennis Hudson, Robert 

Smith, Philip Griesbaum 
Second row: Peggy Gher, June Kraus, Barbara Sevier, Delores Hodges, Deborah Blair, Barbara Heideman, Marion Hunter 
Bottom row: Jo Ann Williamson, Anne Alloway, Chrisanthe Marinakos, Jeanne Johnston, Sara Vaughn, Suzanne Peterson, 

Joel Jarvis 
Not in panel: Betty Durkee. Harold Gignac, William Kirchhoff, Jo Ann Markland, David O'Bryant, John Pettit, Karen Taylor, 

Nancy Emig, Robert Brush 



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UNIVERSITY 

THEATRE 

PLAYS 



The Caucasian Chalk Circle 





Right You Are 



UNIVERSITY THEATRE 

PLAYS 



The Merchant of Venice 



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The Merchant of Venice 




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UNIVERSITY 

THEATRE 

PLAYS 




Prof. Clara Behringer, director 



Born Yesterday 





Junior Managers — Left to right: Diantha Spires, Richard 
Hagen 




Junior Managers — Left to right: Charles Off, Virginia 
Willke 



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Junior Managers — Left to right: Susan Black, Thomas 
Schmitt 



Junior Managers — Left to right: Merle Likens, William 
McNair 






STAR 
COURSE 




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Jeanne Brunkovv, co-manager 



Leonard Walberg, co-manager 



Since 1890 Star Course has been host to inter- 
nationally famous artists in the fields of music, 
dance, and drama. During the past year Star 
Course has presented both classical and popular 
programs including, among others, The Boston 
Symphony Orchestra under the direction of 
Charles Munch, the Robert Shaw Chorale and Or- 
chestra, Leon Fleisher, Claramae Turner, Szymon 
Goldberg, Sir Thomas Beecham, Sarah Vaughan, 
and Duke Ellington and his Orchestra. 

The Star Course is a student organization spon- 



sored and controlled by the University Concert 
and Entertainment Board, a student-faculty group 
which makes all final decisions and supervises the 
appointment of staff members. The two senior 
managers are the overall directors of Star Course. 
Working directly under them are junior managers 
who supervise publicity and advertising, sell tick- 
ets, and make necessary arrangements for pre- 
senting concerts. The sophomores and freshmen 
usher at all concerts, help backstage, and take care 
of routine work in the Star Course office. 



Concert and Entertainment Board — Top row: Prof. Duane Branigan, Prof. Andrew Carter 

Bottom row: Leonard Walberg, Reina Cohn, Prof. Clarence Berdahl, Prof. John Frey, Robert Hall, Alice Baker, Jeanne Brunkow 



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Sophomore Managers — Top row: Donald Trull, James Kornwolf, John Kronvall. Nada Rowand. Larry Arndt, Laurence Rubin 
Bottom row: Sara Vaughn, Peggy Nolan, Sheila Godfrey, Doris Brissenden, Diane Kellogg, Marjorie Bean 



Sophomore Managers — Top row: Ronald Kaiser, Terry Prichard, Jon Guyton, Barbara Russell, Allen Cassens, Helen Hughes, Thomas Loew, William 

Forsyth 
Bottom row: Linda Kleppinger, Dorothy Brunkow, Gerry Brence, Nancy Taylor, Mary Beattie, Carlotta Hagen 




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STAR 
COURSE 
ARTISTS 




Claramae Turner 



Charles Munch, conductor 



STAR COURSE 
ARTISTS 



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STAR COURSE ARTISTS 





Prof. Paul Young, director 



UNIVERSITY CHOIR 



Ruthann Harrison, director 



Three of the six major choral groups, the Men's 
Glee Club, University Choir, and Oratorio Society, 
are conducted by Paul Young. The Women's Glee 
Club and Junior Men's Glee Club are under the 
direction of Russell Matins. Ruthann Harrison 
conducts the University Chorus. 

Each year the highly skilled University Choir 
presents several campus concerts as well as mak- 
ing a major tour of the state. This year the Wo- 
men's Glee Club, University Choir and the Var- 
sity Men's Glee Club presented two Christmas 



concerts. The University Chorus presented "The 
Messiah.'' 

Rrahms "Requiem" was presented by the Ora- 
torio Society, which also participated in the Mozart 
festival under guest conductor, Sir Thomas 
Beecham. 

Last year the "Singing Illini," the Men's Glee 
Club, made a tour of the East that was climaxed 
by their appearance on the Ed Sullivan "Toast of 
the Town" TV Show. This group also has an in- 
state tour each season. 



Sopranos: Elynor Haller, Gerthalene Hines, Nathalie Irwin. Barbara Langley, Mariaim Nolta, Marjorie Stucke, Dolores Uebele, Phoebe Varvayn, 
Carol Walker, Karol Weihl, Joan Bellmar. Carole Bloomquist, Elaine Coady, Carmen Edmundson, Harriett Godeke, Linda Lawless, Glenda 
Lichtenberger, Delores Powder. Susan Richardson, Joanne Stewart 

Altos: Paula Breese, Mary Dueland. Gayle Goodin, Marilyn Heitmann, Mary l.il.ia. Carol Marling, Mimi Reznick, Judy Riemensehneider, Lois 
Rueker, Susan Spahn, Linda Allen, Iris Arend, Jane Burgess, Reina Colm. Lois Grant, Julia Ingersoll, Helen Keil. Nancy McCleery, Carol 
Mercer, Dorothy Messerschmidt, Jean Modell, Carol Wetterburg, Eleanor Whitford 

Tenors: Thomas Anderson, Harry Henderson, Allyn Kent. Charles Levy, John Pett.it, Robert Rogier, Dale Smith, Larry Taylor, Robert Wilhoit, 
Robert Bernstein, Robert Biava. William Graham, John MeCauley, Robert Staker, Anthony Thompson. Joel Thrawl 

Basses: Edward Cleveland. Timothy Cortelyou, Fuhrer Dickey, John Porbish. Paul Gaskins, Sheldon Littell. George Mead, Michael Murray. 
Philip Samuelson, Lewis Songer. Kermit Wells. Joseph Whinery, Ronald Wright, Dnane Cropp, Franklin Engberg, Roger Jeffers, Harry Kel- 
logg, Melville Lawrence, Dave Norton, William Perenchio, James Pitcher, Dennis Serdahl, Sheldon Silverman 




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Sopranos: Irene Berlow, Janet Britt, Susan Burhop, Pliyllis Carpenter, Vivian Carlson, Jeanette Chang, Ohma Clampitt, Margaret Collins, Bar- 
bara Craven, Mary Dalbey, Mary Davis, Priscilla Dickens, Janet Duitsman, Patricia Giller, Martha Hayes, Kathryn Heitkotter, Marjorie 
Hoerdt, Nancy Hoadley, Jeanette Hoover, Judith Kelch, Carol Kloepping, Carol Koehn, June Km/. Barbara Kilburn, Sally Lewis, Darlene 
Loitz, Audrey Laznieka, Elizabeth Ludwig, Peggy Malm, Evelyn MeAnarney, Doris Naumann, Alma Norris, Judith Ohlson, Anna Otiepka. 
Gloria Paluclc, Suzanne Quinn, Frances Quint, Millicent Propst, Jeannine Kay, Mary Rockstad, Sherry Rossiter, .Nancy Rubenstein, Jean Rush- 
ton, Judith Samuelson, Jacqueline Schulz, Betty Shadle, Paula Silverman, Marcia Spilky, Alice Stevenson, Judith Washbond, Helen Watts, 
Nancy Williams, Doris Wolff, Nancy Womeldorff, Anne Varley, Janithe Zimmerman 

Altos: Oren Adams, Mary Antram, Maxine Baiter, Barbara Bertolino, Luella Broaddus, Nancy Brubaker. Sandra Cole, Celia Davidson, Carol 
Doering, Murle Edwards, Kay Ent, Roberta Grimes, Judith Hage. Carolyn Hagemann, .Merrill Hahn, Mary Hanafin, Wilma Harris, Margaret 
Heino, Peggy Hite, Judith Horner, Barbara Husseini, Barbara Keer, Rosalie Kranzler, Sarah LaBelle, Elizabeth Learner, Sylvia Lewis, Vir- 
ginia Lynch, Mary Mangaoang, Janet McKenzie, Marcia Painter. Edith Peschang, Patricia Prevendar, Barbara Reace, Patricia Renkes, Shirley 
Ross, Faith Roubik, Frances Sexauer, Joyce Shea. Joyce Smith. Marjorie Smith, Alice Wiersema, Carolyn Younglove 

Tenors: Willard Anderson, John Bergstrom, Herbert Cibul, James Crawford, Gerald Hansen, Richard Hoff, Earl Hoisington, Gerald Houser, Philip 
Ingerson, Theodore Jahnke, Paul Joiner, Louis Klindera, Roy Kress, Samuel Kunin, Barbara Lee, Daniel MacDonald, Robert Moell, Richard 
Parsell, Ronald Stewart, Alfred Thomas, Paul Weese 

Bosses : Charles Broughton Evan Buck, William Cheeseman, Patrick Collins, Dan Duwell, Walter Poote, Rudolph Glogovsky, Melvin Goldstein, 
( ' :i t-1 Gordon, William Hanko, Robert. Haven, Lyman Heller, Donald Ilul'lalin. Robert Huston, Robert Johnson, Ronald Johnson, Paul Lon- 
drigan, Ronald Kareken, Alfred Krause. William Matheny, John Nelson, Bruce Nye, Charles Reed, Harold Schatz, John Schwegler, George 
Schiimnel, Joey Sehwaegel, William Shaw, Mashin Simons. William Snrgntz, Gaylord Spoils, Edward Stniugnl. Willis [Jmfleet. .lames White 



UNIVERSITY CHORUS 



ORATORIO SOCIETY 



Sopranos: Carole Blooinquist, Margaret Brengle, Ruby Brown, Vivian Carlson. Elaine Coady, Nancy Cruickshank, 
Drysdale, Elizabeth Goldwasser, Nancy Hanks. Leesa Heinrich, Pearl Helms. Annabelle Hubbard. Belly Hull. 



Locke. Ann Mason, Hazel 
Rodems, Norma Schroeder, 



Constance Curtin, Elizabeth 
Mary Huntwork, Geraldine 
Mendenhali, Renate Oppen- 
Marilyn Sherman, Joanne 



Jane Burgess, Janice Calvert, Alice Conn, Ann Dawson, 
1 rtnt Flams H-ill Diana Haskell Marilyn H:itmann 



Johnson, Barbara Langley, Linda Lawless. Sally Lewis. Glenda Lichtenberger, Judy 

lander. Joan Patton. Delores Powder, Susan Richardson. Juanita Roberts, Jeanne 

Stewart, Marjorie Stiicke, Phoebe Varvayn, Cared Walker. Karol Weihl 
Altos: Iris Arend, Elizabeth Bebernian, Dorothy Biggs. Beverly Bouwsma, Paula Bresee, 

Ellen Dempsey. Mary Dueland, Marv Dycus, Juanita Folimer, Gavle Goodin, Lois 

Roberta Hickman. Deane Houlahan, Nancy Hutchison, Edith Jones. Helen Keil, Mary Lilja. Jean Lokke, Myra Lytle, Nancy McCleery, Barbaia 

McCrimmon, Carol Marling, Carol Mercer. Dorothy Messerschmidt, Jean Modell, Lorraine Robe, Lois Rucker, Virginia Sergeant. Nancy Smith. 

Marian Soule, Joan Shillings. Shirley Thomas, Dorothy Trotter, Doris Vogt, Katharine Weller, Carol Wetterburg. Eleanor Whilford, Betty 

Yankwich, Barbara Zizek, Carol Zuckerberg 
Tenors: Thomas Anderson, Edwin Bederman, Robert Bernstein, Carl Carter, John Challas, Willis Cupery. Harvey Davis, Carl Drumheller, Paul 

Kinney, David Fricker. Donald Fricker, Henry Henderson, Franklin Huggins, Allyn Kent. Norman Enable, Alfred Koelling, Dennis Lantz. 

Charles Lynch, John McCauley, Jack Moore. Ermett Mueller, Donald Richie, Kenneth Rinehart, Robert Rogier, John Rund, William Scho- 

walter, Richard Skubis. Dale Smith, Robert Smith. Robert Staker. Larry Taylor. Robert Wilhoit 
Basses: Richard Anderson. Gerald Bakker. Charles Bednar, Edward Cleveland. Franklin Engberg, Ronald Fergnson. John Forbish. John Hill, 

Larry Hill, James Holt. Kenneth Hudson. Roger Jei'fers. Harrj Kellogg, Robert. Kidder. Fred Kohout, William Kreuger. Lawrence Larson. 

Melville Lawrence, Sheldon Littell, Otto McFarland, Walter McFarland, George Mathews. William Mavity, George Mead. Michael Murray, David 

Nelson, Dale Noble, Lewis Norton. William Quinn. Wallace Riley, Robert Robinson, Michael Rogers, Jack Ruina, Philip Samuelson, Wesley 

Schwengel, Dennis Serdahl Sheldon Silverman, Mashin Simons, Arnold Skipworth. William Sommer. Earl Sonnemaker, George Swift. Robert 

Thacker, John Voelpel. Kermit Wells James Wenstrom, Joseph Whinery, Philip Wintergenst, Ronald Wright, Peter Yankwich 




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First Sopranos: Marjorie Anderson, Mary Lou Bass, Sandra Eppard, Doris Evans. Mary Huntley, Carolyn Hall, Kathryn Gronberg, Marjorie Green- 
wood, Nathalie Irwin, Sondra Jupin, Beverlie Linder, Carol Shaw, Rosemary Stanton, Janet Turney, Patricia Weist, Saundra Wilcox 

Second Sopranos : Alice Bauling, Joan Dearduff, Mary Even, Donna Hawks, Lois Hexdall. Joanne Hissong, Beverly Fisher, Norma Linkow, Nancy 
Moeller, Ann Mathis, Carol Overdorf, Carol Reinke, Lenore Ramelow, Jane Robb. Judith Samuelson, Doris Vanis, Joyce Weissman 

Altos: Harriet Armstrong, Mary Bradbury, Carol Eppel, Marilouise Hexdall, Nancy Hurt, Betty Hoffman, Roberta Johnson, Zoe King. Sonya 
Monroe, Patricia McKee, Nancy Mathis, Akiko Oyama, Karen Olson. Diane Quackenbush. Ruth Rohl, Sandra Schultz, Janet Skiles. Margaret 
Sisk, Julie Smith, Virginia Zucks, Carol Zuckerberg 



WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB 






JUNIOR MEN'S GLEE CLUB 

First Tenors: Melvin Birkey, John Holmes 

Second Tenors: Bernard Wideroe, Edgar Beyer. Thomas Walton, Glen Cartwright. Lawrence Tenable 

Baritones : Alan Holz, Lawrence Baker, John Pinley, Robert Harrison, John Prochazka, Paul Berns, Cornelius Koun, Ralph Good, John Ripley, 

Robert. Furry, George Anselm 
Basses: Ronald Mohr, John Simons, Virgil Reed, Edward Stapp, James O'Grady, Leon Lillard, David Harwood, Thomas Turner, David Joseph 
Accompanist: Mary Bannister 
Not in panel : John Kibler 




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first Tenor: David Bailey, Arthur Carlson, John De Fries, Vernon Eidinan, Frederick Ennis, Rodney Franklin, Curtis Gabbard, John Gill. John 
Guthrie, George James, Morgan Jones, Jack Jordan, Philip Joy, Thomas Maltas, Robert McTrusty, John Moore, Joseph dinger, Edgar Paglee, 
Robert Piper, Donald Semon, Gerald Tietz 
Second Tenor: James Bayles, Thomas Bonwell, John Brown, Robert Brunson, Donald Cohan. Bruce Eckland, John Finch, Warren Gedstad, Frank- 
lin Gutowsky, Richard Hubert, Joseph Jones, James Keehner, Jerry King, Charles Laible, Saul Lowy, William Mavity, Gerald Peterson, Richard 
Provines, Floyd Sours, Robert Staker, George Steffen, Paul Swanson, Anthony Thompson, Ruxton Tucker 
First Bass: Richard Cowart, Roger Cowen, Delbert Denby, Eugene Dramm, Thomas Johnston, George Kocher, Fred Kohout, Clark Lofgren, Ken- 
neth Nelson, Philip Palmer, Arthur Price, Louis Rogers, William Shaffer, Charles Shutt, Teddy Smith, Donald Snyder, Jesse Sommer, Simeon 
Trotter, James Vaughn, Robert Watts,, James Whitelaw 

Fuhrer Dickey. Robert Doepp, Robert Ellison, James Ferguson, Edwin Finch, 
Charles Moore, Rudolph 
Rice. Everett Sehleter, 
Stephen Webb, Russell 



Second Bass: Kenneth Byerly, William Corley, Mark Creviston 
John Kemp, Kent Whitten, Howard McCracken, Joseph Miller, 
Nekovar, Stephen Norton, Bertil Person, Key Pittman, Joe 
Dennis Serdahl, Garee Slider, Philip Smith, Gordon Turnbull 
Youmans 



MEN'S GLEE CLUB 

Gordon Turnbull, senior manager; Richard Cowart 
president; Prof. Paul Young, director 

Officers — Top row: James Whitelaw, alumni secretary; Key fc^,,, ., . ,.: 

Pittman, junior manager 

Second row: Eugene Dramm, junior manager; William Cor- 
ley, publicity coordinator; Donald Cohan, secretary; 
Curtis Gabbard, treasurer 

Bottom row: Richard Cowart, president 




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The University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra, number- 
ing 93 players, includes music students and any other stu- 
dents from the University who can qualify. 

Besides regular concerts, the orchestra accompanies a dis- 
tinguished soloist at at least one Star Course concert an- 
nually, and it also enjoys the privilege of working with guest 
conductors of international fame. 

An annual highlight of the orchestra's activities is the Con- 
certo Concert. The orchestra attracts national attention at the 
conventions of the Music Educators' National Conference. 



Prof. Bernard Goodman, 
conductor 



SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 



Members: Homer Garretson, Alcestis Bishop, Sanford Reuning, Joel Gimpel, Charles Weiser, John Bert, Elizabeth Scruggs, Joyce Pollard, Judith 
Pollard, Lucretia Kolanczyk, Richard Waller, Margaret Kelly, Richard Vook, Gertrud Ulbrich, Carter Crawford, Myron McClain, John Wirtz, 
Stuart Langdon, Ann Winters, Earl Hoisington, Alice Wiersema, Janet Bundy, Andrew Pickett, Lawrence Smith, Nina Mickloff, Grace Beckett, 
Janis O'Dell, George Honig, Betty Kilbourne, Joseph Ceo, Robert King, John Wehlan, Frank Pytlik, Florence Bergethon, Julia Deskins, 
Dorothy Arndt. James Douglass, Patricia Tredrea, Martha Brons, Rosalind Davidson, Dorothy Woodle, Joan McLetchie, Roger Shaw, Martha 
Tillson, Elsie Krumpe. Camilla Lyon, Sylvia Oliva, Julie Wells, Charles Clark, Walter Urben, Carolyn Mitchell, Charles Allfree, William Tisdall, 
Barbara Wescott, Marjorie Nelson, Audrey Veazie, Joyce Adler, Sheldon Littell, Gerald Snyder, Gerald Stone, Claretta Lafferty, Benjamin 
Williams, Alice Mahler, Carolyn Hauptman, Jerome Brillhart, David Ernest, Edward Williams, William Huntington, John Winking, James Fleisher, 
Gilbert Papp. Emerson Shultz, Richard Boerlin, Carol Horton, Carolyn Foy, Carl Karoub. Martin Tiersky, Edwin Thayer, Robert Nebgen, 
Kenneth Bloomquist, James Anderson, Glenn Mortenson, Richard Vandament, Mary Rasmussen, Albert Payson, Thomas Siwe, William Olson, 
William Smith, Thomas Gauger, Roslyn Rensch, Judith Zukerman, James Cobb, Doris Vogt, Lloyd Farrar, Ardash Marderosian, Fred Luscombe 







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The University of Illinois Concert Band, conducted by 
Mark Hindsley, is one of the finest college bands in the na- 
tion. Members of this 110-piece band are chosen from new 
students by tryouts and from the ranks of the Regimental 
Bands. 

Last year the band performed in the Festival of Concert 
Band Music in January, presented its 66th Anniversary 
Concert in March and traveled through northern Illinois on 
its annual Spring Tour. It participated in the twilight con- 
cert series, played in Commencement activities and per- 
formed on several WILL programs. 




Mark Hindsley, director 



CONCERT BAND 



Members: Theodore Ahrens, Raymond Allen, Gerald Anderson, Glenn Anderson, Dorothy Arndt, Ralph Ashcraft, Barbara Barth, Leonard Behling, 
Mitchell Bender, Sandra Beushausen, Phyllis Bleck, Kenneth Bloomquist, Richard Boerlin, Luella Broaddus, Edith Brockman, Robert Butkus, 
Roy Cousins, Richard Cowart, Rex Crago, Harvey Davis, Charles DCanip, Joyce DCamp, David Dobberman, James Douglass, Oliver Dubre, 
Philip Eherenman, David Ernest, Roger Fitzgerald, James Fleisher, John Foster, Mark Foutch, Carolyn Foy, Dennis Galle, Thomas Gauger, War- 
ren Gedstad, Dale Hamilton, Carolyn Hauptman, John Henry, Carol Horton. Walter Houser, Richard Hull. William Huntington, Thomas Hyde, 
Warren James, Roy Johnson, Robert Kelley, Howard Kennedy, Douglas Kline, Fred Kolojay, Herbert Kuehne. Claretta Lafferty, Richard Larson, 
Glenda Lichtenberger, Alice Mahler, Myron McLain, Carol Michael. Glenn Mortenson, Robert Nebgen, Clifford Nelson, Helen Nichols, William 
Olson, Sonya Oyan, Gilbert Papp, Joan Patton, Albert Payson, Wayne Phillips. Thomas Prickett. Richard Provines, Larry Quackenbush, Don- 
ald Reichel, Roslyn Rensch, Robert Resek. Audrey Rezits, Marjorie Robertson. Faith Roubik. Charles Runyon, Howard Sandlund, Paul Scharfen- 
berg, Donald Shippee, Emerson Shultz, Thomas Siwe, Ronald Slonneger. Charles Smith, Judith Smith, Marian Scffer, Alan Squire. Mary Squire, 
Bernard Steinberg. Arthur Stone, Edwin Thayer, John Thieman, Gaylortl Thomas, Dennis Thompson, Russell Tiede, Martin Tiersky, Laura 
Tillotson, Judith Turner, Troy Underwood, Eugene Urbaniec, Richard Vandament, Audrey Veazie. James Vobornik, Robert Wall, John Watson, 
Mark Wellek. Benjamin Williams, Edmund Williams, John Winking, Quendred Wutzke, Robert Yung 




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Prof. Everett Kisinger, 
director 



In the fall the First Regimental Band, conducted by Ev- 
erett Kisinger, serves as the nucleus of the Marching Illini. 
Following the football season the band, which has over 100 
members, becomes another concert organization presenting 
several concerts each year. 

Notable among these concerts are the performance at the 
January Festival of Concert Band Music, the formal concert 
in April, and the twilight outdoor concerts in the spring. 
The band has broadcasts over WILL, and in cooperation 
with the Military Department it performs for important 
military ceremonies. 



FIRST REGIMENTAL BAND 



Members: David Albert, James Albright, Richard Angus, Peter Arvedson, Carl Audo, Jan Bach, John Beaty. John Benson, Robert Bereman, William 
Bissell, Beverly Blacksher, George Boberg, Julian Bockserman, Thomas Bonwell, Quinton Bowles, Charles Brodkorb, Gerald Brown, James 
Burdett, Bernard Burnett, Richard Claywell, Philip Davis, Donald Dean, Arlene DePesa, John DeRoule, Charles Dixon, Earl Dowell. Robert 
Ellison, John England, Frederick Ennis, Melvin Fink, James Follensbee, George Geis, Ralph Getz, Joe Giffin. Frank Godec, Barbara Grammer. 
Ronald Griesheimer, Jon Grushka. Marshall Harris. Frank Heckler. Larry Hill, John Hodson, Martha Hoerdt, Sarah Hofsas, Orland Holmes, 
George Honig, Edward Hook, Richard Hubert, Robert. Hurdle, Robert. Huston, Nancy Hutchison, William Hyde. David Kamm, Kenneth Kay, 
Suzanne Kaye, Jerry Kermicle, Sam Kirk, Wilfliam Klaproth, Allen Kleinbeck, David Kocher. Claude Land. Lyle Lewinson, Claude Linford, 
Marshall Mabie, James McComb. Russell McDonald, Richard Michael, Robert Morgan, Zane Muhl, Robert Munneke, Loretta Nagel, Alan Olson. 
Daniel Perrino, Arthur Price. William Prusin, Daniel Rees. Sandra Rhodes, Joe Rice, Robert Rogers, Kenneth Rooker, Wallace Schroth, Winfield 
Scott, William Shaw, Dean Sears, Wilbur Shebeck, Jesse Smith, Nancy Smith. Richard Snyder. William Sommer. William Sorgatz. Robert Swan- 
son, Dale Traxler, Jeannette Tucker, Leroy Tungett, Howard Vandenburg, Charlotte Von Behren, Kenneth Wagner, Joseph Walta, Robert 
Watts, Roger Wegehenkel. Neil Wiley, Charles Wolfe, Marlene Wood, Phillip Zeidman 




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The Second Regimental Bands, Section A and B, con- 
ducted by Everett Kisinger, provide band training for some 
150 University students. Some members of the football 
band are chosen from this group. When vacancies occur in 
the First Regimental Band, tryouts are held for promotion. 
The majority of the Second Regimental Band members are 
freshmen and sophomores. 

This group plays at all pep rallies, Mothers Day cere- 
monies, twilight concerts in the spring, and for military 
parades. Rehearsals serve as a laboratory for the reading of 
both new and old band literature. 




SECOND REGIMENTAL BAND 



Section A — Howard Ackerman, Roy Andreotti, Louis Antonelli, Robert Bailey, Edgar Barnes, Ronald Bates. Raymond Bauin, Dianne Bauiiiann, 
James Bayles. Malvin Bergart, Bernadine Bernhardt, John Bert, Thomas Bertolino. Richard Berutti, Glen Bitter, Richard Borden, Allen Cas- 
sens, James Clayberg, Harold Collins, Joe Conover, Clair Davies, Harvey Davis, Diane Deeg, John De Vault, John Doolen, Eldon Durr, Ronald 
Ferguson. Gilbert Pink, Joseph Firrantello. Robert Fisher, Barbara Fitzgerald. Glen Fotre, Gene Fox, George Gerhold, Roger Gerig, Richard 
Glassey, Roger Goins, Lowell Golden, Kenneth Gronert, Arthur Gronner, Robert Heckler. Roderic Huber, Gordon Johns, Donald Keim, Kent 
Kelling, James King, Daniel Kirchhoff, George Kocher. Ann Laane, Philip Lambdin, Dennis Lantz, Bennett Lentczner, Lloyd Lowder, John 
Lytle, Gerald Maki. Carol Marling, Byron Marlowe, George Mead, Carol Mercer, Roy Morley. John Nemeth, Roger Oberndorf, William Parker, 
Richard Paschke, Edith Peschang, John Pickens, Robert Plamondon, Donald Rimsnider, Donna Rudig. Philip Samuelson, William Shaw, Don- 
ald Shawl, Frank Shoufer, Harry Simmons, Lawrence Smith, Keith Sovereign, Richard Stegeman, William Steinhort, Richard Stone, Palmer 
Swanson. Stephen Trelease, Robert Vandervoort. Ronald Van Mynen. Gerald Voss, Bruce Warloe. Homer Wright, Richard York. Jean Zinser 

Section B — Richard Adams, Neil Arends, Richard Barnett, Melvin Birkey, Paul Blanke, Harold Blue, Norbert Cieslewicz, James Edeus, William 
Edwards. Joan Eggenberger, Richard Ellis. Peter Evanson, John Finley, Edwin Fuller, Glen Gullakson, Edwin Hamilton, Dean Haning, 
Russell Hanna, Frank Hayward, Robert Henningsen, Bradley Hoffman, Larry Hoffman, John Ippensen, David Jacobs, Marvin Jacques, Harry 
Kellogg, Larry Kindle, Carl Klindworth, Daniel Kostomay, Donald Lacy, Charles Laible, Norman Lasko, Ronald Lawwill, Jack Lesicko, Don- 
ald Lisenby, Larry Lohmeyer, Ralph Magin, Donald Metz, Raymond Moffitt, John Morse, Fred Mover. Edward Nagel, Carl Neste, Armand 
Peterson, Terrence Pritchard, Charles Ramser, Rex Reed, Wilfred Robinson, Thomas Rothgeb, Joey Schwaegel. Richard Siegle, Richard Smith, 
Thomas Thew, Fred Triebe, Clarence Walter, Sylvia Wineland, Robert Worner 




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Teamwork, split-second timing, complicated 
formations, and well-performed music are all 
parts of the trademark of the Illini Marching Band. 
The 175 members execute these characteristics 
while marching, playing, and singing. 

The Marching Illini are credited with numerous 
"firsts" including field formations, a cappella sing- 
ing, and presentation of complete programs with 
only predetermined signals that are in the music. 

Each maneuver requires a tremendous amount 
of work before it can be presented on the gridiron. 
Football band director, Everett Kisinger, designs 
the formations and arranges the music and parade 
routines. 




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For each formation, every member receives 
charts and music with the marching cues marked. 
Hours of rehearsal and drill are then spent in 
preparation for each Saturday's show. One of the 
most spectacular maneuvers of the 1955 football 
season was a running torch bearer that was dedi- 
cated to the forthcoming Olympics. 

Gaylord Spotts for the third straight year por- 
trayed Chief Illiniwek. The drum major was a 
freshman, Edmund Williams, from El Reno, Okla. 
The football band had four home appearances and 
one at East Lansing, Mich., for the Illinois-Michi- 
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SNO-BALL 



Committet — Top row: Fred Kolojay, Martha Massie, Samuel Smith, James Bruno, co-chair- 
man; Gene Pizzato, Paul Rieke 

Bottom row: Sharon Goldstein, Patricia Stickler, Barbara Boyd, co-chairman; Sharon 
Riddel) 

Sno-Ball, the annual holiday dance sponsored by the Women's 
Group System and the Mens Independent Association, is one of 
the main Indee events of the year. 

A spot-lighted "Sno-man" and "Sno-girl" decorated the Illini 
Union Ballroom where couples danced to the music of Wayne 
Carr on December 3. 

Queen and court — Left to ripht : Clara Neylon, Virginia Thomp- 
son, Jo Almasy, Carylsue Covert, June Haye, queen; Birnie 
Boyer, Patricia Amlin, Carole Greathouse 




Ruth Stapels, queen 




LITTLE 

INTERNATIONAL 

HORSE SHOW 



Committee — Top row: Eugene Bergschneider, Kenneth Ellis, Sidney Hutch- 
craft, John Gill, James Clapper, Don McNeely, Carlyle Greathouse, David 
Bossert 

Hollo, a rote: Gayle Wright, Donald Rice, Donald Denby, Duane Swarts, 
Elizabeth Lockhart, James Wenstrom 



Over 1,500 spectators filled the Stock 
Pavilion to see the 30th annual Little Inter- 
national Horse Show on November 5. 

Competing in eight classes were over 
140 entries from Illinois and surrounding 
states. 

The event was sponsored by the Hoof 
and Horn Chapter of Block and Bridle. 

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Ideal Girls — Top row: Vera Jacobson, Elizabeth Kercher, Carolyn Jones, Catherine Davis, Sandra 

Cole, Virginia Thompson, Enid Weinstein, Deborah Fay, Elinor Haberle 
Second row: Marilyn Perry, Jeanne Brunkow; Janis O'Dell, Rita Chanen, Margaret Ford, Nadine 

Kessler, Mary Werner, Celia O'Keefe, Sara Wilson, Merle Smedberg 
Bottom row: Fredrioka Teer, Vivian Peuckert, Betty Briney, Janet Brakensiek, Barbara Nelson, 
Janet Jones, Sandra Schwartz, Eleanor Ford 



PANHELLENIC BALL 

This year's Panhellenic Ball, held on October 22, en- 
veloped Huff gym in a "Coral Mist'' with fish, shells, 
and corals for decorations. The dance was unique on 
this campus in that two bands— those of Buddy Moreno 
and Tony Pastor, performed alternately— thereby mak- 
ing the music continuous throughout the evening. 

Highlighting the evening was the presentation of the 
Ideal Sorority Girls, one from each of the 28 sororities 
on campus. 



Ball ('inn in litre — Top row: Dianne Albert, publicity; Babette 
I Vimon, treasurer; Nancy Kauth, decorations; Susan 
Spahn, entertainment 

Bottom row: Mary Sawyer, arrangements; Deborah Fay, 
chairman 




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Committee — Top row: Harold Bierman, Lloyd Heisler, Richard Chenowetli, Lowry Bayley 
Bottom row : Maurice Pickard. Robert Hochberg. Robert Sliorr, Roger Lewis. Eugene Dreyer 



IF BALL 



"It's Greek to Me" was the theme for the 1955 IF 
Ball with music by Ralph Marterie and his orchestra. 
A backdrop for the bandstand was a replica of The 
Parthenon with its many columns. The name of the 
dance was on the triangular roof of the "Parthenon" 
backdrop which was made out of glittery material 
with a wooden framework. 

In the center of the dance floor was a small stand 
with four columns and a triangular roof, in which 
was displayed the queen's crown with the pins of all 
57 fraternities. The walls of the gym were decorated 
with pictures and drawings of the fraternity houses 
on the Illinois campus. At eleven o'clock the nine 
queen candidates were announced and escorted to 





2956 Senior Ball Committee — Top row: Frank Gerace, William Palmer, Elliott Moore, Leroy Dawson 
Bottom row: Carol Spoonholir, Marion Hnebnpr 



"Club Success" was the theme of the 1955 Senior 
Ball. It was moved off campus to the Moose Club 
for the first time in twenty years. The setting re- 
sembled that of the most exclusive nightclub. Dinner 
with a wide choice of delicious foods and complete 
with music preceded the dance. 

Music for dancing was provided by Dick Cisne 
and his orchestra. A capacity audience was enter- 
tained by the comedian, Clarence Snyter. 

General chairman for the evening was Larry Chap- 
man. Clare Lueking was in charge of programs, and 
Robert Trumble was in charge of tickets and pub- 
licity. Appropriate decorations were planned by 
Frank Gerace and Jerry Bond, and arrangements 
were done by John Hoyt and Marilyn Kasson. 



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High scholarship and outstanding achievements 
are the attributes of the students who make up 
the University honor aries. The members have scho- 
lastic attainments, notable accomplishments, and 
common interests. 

The honoraries strive to promote scholarship, 
cooperation, friendship, and achievement. They 
try to encourage leadership, service, research, 
greater understanding of the subject, and high 
professional ideals. 

Some of the societies have originated at this 
University to fill the needs of the students, while 



many are chapters of national organizations. 

Through membership in these groups, students 
find closer social and professional companionship 
and fuller development of character and person- 
ality. Members have the opportunity of experi- 
menting in practical application in their future 
profession, and of exchanging ideas with others in 
the same field. 

A student who is chosen to become a member 
of an honorary has the opportunity to work with 
other students of high standing and is thus able 
to increase his own knowledge. 



ALPHA DELTA SIGMA bridges the gap between advertising theory and 

advertising experience 



Top row: Clay Don tier, Charles Goding. secretary; Jack Ruth, Ronald Colin, Rohert Madison. Robert Stephan, Jacob Grossman, Kenneth Cessna 
Second row: Hugh Sargent, advisor; James Straus, Stuart Musick, treasurer; James Sheridan, Harry Kunesh, Verne Bowman, Jerry Meyers 
Bottom row: John Cleary, vice president ; Richard Tippett, president; Harold Gignac, Kenneth Sale, Gerald Cohen, Osmond Guy 




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Alpha Chron, established in October 1948, 
is an activity honorary for independent sopho- 
more women. Recognition is given to sopho- 
mores who have done outstanding work in 
house and campus activities during their 
freshman year and who have attained a 
grade average of 3.35 or above. 

The purposes of Alpha Chron are to en- 
courage further work in campus activities, to 
promote a truer friendship among members 
of the Women's Group System, and to engage 
in programs which will stimulate leadership 
among members and among other students. 
Alpha Chron annually sponsors Watcheka 
Sing, a competitive sing for women's inde- 
pendent houses held Mothers Day Weekend. 
They also have a service project and usher at 
Dads Dav Revue. 




Officers — Top row: Dean Mary Harrison, advisor; Helen White, treasurer; 

Phyllis Whitehead, student advisor 
Bottom row: Marjorie Stucke, secretary; Martha Massie, president; Ruth 

Barkley, vice president 



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Top row: Alosia Eichelberger. Sara Mitchell. Suzanne Peterson. Jo Ann Hostettler. Mary Lilja. Mary Elson. Anicie Putt. Nancv Smith, Marilyn Rains, 

Rita Thomson, Patricia McCartney 
Second row : Janet Turney. Jean Holderman. Sherie Gross, Carol Mercer, Frances Steiner, Elisabeth Pelcher, Janice Bacon 
Bottom row: Frances Handrock. Annette Gulder, Joyce Arbizzani. Marlene Filip. Eleanor Kenny. Gloria Fenner 








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Top row: Loy Covey, Robert Whipple, Herbert Pettersen, David Dunniwiv. Clement Poulos, Theodore Hasrer, Willard Mathews, Louis Keller 

Second row: James Hayner, Charles Eastman, Gerald Nolan, Donald Granbois, Davis Roeske, William Rohr, Laurence Frank, James Young, 
Benton Warder, Robert Blissard 

Bottom row: Donald Walters, James Norkewicz, vice president; Paul Yahner, treasurer; James Dandurand, president; Richard Helfrich, secre- 
tary; Wayne Aper 

Not in panel: John Bryden, Ralph Allen, Wayne Adams, Robert Logler, Eugene Segin, Robert Olson, Robert Witherspoon, Ellsworth Warmbir, Ed- 
ward Tucker. Dean Paul Van Arsdell 

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rVLjI JTlA olv_TiVlr\. IN U honors junior and senior women for scholarship, leader- 
ship, and participation in sport activities 

Top row: Helen White, Barbara Baxter, Carolyn Laniet, vice president: Anne Bages, president ; Auguste Lehman, secretary-treasurer; Betty 

Kessler 
Bottom roic : Marilyn Reinhart, Mary Ellen Heinicke, Iris Garland, Judith Lutz, Maria Thys, Helen Moody 







Alpha Lambda Delta is the freshman 
women's scholastic honorary. This national 
organization of 76 active chapters was 
founded at the University of Illinois by Miss 
Maria Leonard, then Dean of Women. 

Membership requires the student to attain 
an average of 4.5 while carrying 15 academic 
hours her first semester, or 30 academic hours 
her first year. A Christmas tea is held for all 
freshman women attaining an eight-weeks 
average of at least 4.0. 

Members act as ushers for Honors Day in 
the spring and at freshman Dean's meeting in 
the fall. Coffee hours and picnics are spon- 
sored throughout the year. 

Alpha Lambda Delta offers a scholarship 
assistance program without charge to any 
freshman woman having difficulties with her 
studies. 




Officers — Top row: Sylvia Naranick, rice president; Nancy Taylor. 

freshman advisor 

Bottom row: Sue Leichtman, treasurer; Sara Vaughn, president ; Mari- 
lyn Ebel, secretin)/ 



ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA 



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Top row: Joyce Hildenbrand, Juanita Bailey, Elizabeth Seago, Barbara Fanvll, Francine Jaffe, Carol Michael. Linda Coxe, Peggy Gher, Carolin 

Connell, Nancy McCleery, Nancy Tornia, Florence Hirsch, Patricia Ainlin. Mary Sawyer, Martha Hoerdt. Ella Young. Judith Reinbard 
Third row: Marjorie Nelson, Kay Koch, Anita Lydigsen, Ruthann Reinbard, Barbara Reace, Sandra Schwartz, Julia Ingersoll, Saundra Wilcox, 

Carol Mercer, Ruth Godfrey, Mary Leigh, Nada Rowand, Carol Hickman, Joyce Golub. Joyce Conn, Marlene Bubar, Sandra Buckley, Mary 

Adsit, Nancy Smith 
Second row: Joanne Goldblatt, Jean Friedlander, Lois Minute, Arlene Fitzgerald, Nancy Taylor, Sue Leichtman, Sara Vaughn, Sylvia Naranick, 

Marilyn Ebel, Sharron Wolfer, Sandra Thomas, Joan Rademacher. Susan Spabn 
Bottom row : Agnes Bures, Sherry Rossiter, Martha Gross, Marilyn Rains, Ann Laane, Patricia Nicol, Barbara Williams, Jeanne Johnston, Luella 

Broaddus, Elaine Rosen, Rita Thomson, Nancy Wilson 
Not in panel: Judith Byer, Barbara Dodds, Bunny Duskin. Marlene Filip, Paula Gerspacher, Nelly Lee, Sara Mitchell, Diana Rea, Joan Shaw, 

Wilma Spainhour, Vesta Stephenson, Ruth Voss, Alice Weber, Barbara Wescott, Mario Lange 





Top row: Prof. Lloyd Phipps, David Larson, Robert Albers, Ronald Friend, Ronald Welling, James Mueller, Donald Thompson, William Campbell, 

James Howard 
Second row: Gerald Miller, Larry Colloin, Roy Hobson, Harlan Ehmen, Gayle Wright, Howard Walker, William Cinnamon, Louis Schairer, Billy 

Rich 
liottom row: Ralph Judson, advisor; John Smith, president; Richard BaUer; secretary; Donald Kaufman, vice president; Robert Clark, second 

vice picsidrnt ; Donald Prather, Maxwell Forbes, David Mobley 
Not in pa ml : John Bealy, Donald Clampet, Joseph Froula, Dean Hepfer. Lowell Hillen, treasurer; Ralph Hyer, Donald Jones, Jack Kiml-. .Tames 

Purdue, Edward Kunge, Ronald Seibel, Stanley Sterrenberfr, Arlen Speckman, Marvin Trautwein, George Wells 

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of agriculture 

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ALPHA ZETA 



recognizes scholarship and leadership in activities among agri- 
culture students 



Top row: Godfrey Bergschneider. Elroy Engeling. Robert Clark, Maxwell Newport, Thomas Shelley, Charles Shuman, Ronald Rilott, Paul Loitz, 
Donald Thompson, Thomas Yungbluth, William Tinsley 

Second row: Prof. Earl Swanson, advisor; Robert Emmons, John Gill, secretary; Donald Denby, president, Duane Swarts, vice president ; Wil- 
liam Gossett, treasurer; James Elmer 

liottom row: Paul Awe, Harvey Traub, James Allen, Donald Nelson, Gayle Wright. Richard Stone 

Not in panel: Jay Fitts, Earl Kingman, Gerald Miller, Richard West, Roger Wegehenkel 




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Side row: Prof. Norton Bedford, Prof. Robert Mautz. Prof. Kenneth Perry 

Top row: Virginia Churchill, Sinclair Spitz, Robert DeLance, Prof. Essd Dillavou, Hale Newcomer, Ben Forbes, Prof. Donald Skadden 

Second row: Jay Becker, Glen Bernfield, Marshall Hammersley, Robert Ford. Forest Fenton, James Temple 

Bottom row: Donald Houk, president; Marianna Wood, secretary; Irwin Friedman, vice president; Leonard Gillam, treasurer; Rodger Karren- 

brock, Panl Goldstein 
Not in panel: Charles Andrews, Harold Arnett, Prof. Heaton Baily, Roger Baskes, Prof. Edward Breen, Paul Bernstein, Prof. Gerald Brighton, 

Prof. Charles DeLong, Nancy Desmond, Prof. Robert Dickey, Lawrence Franz, Prof. Horace Gray, Dean Paul Green, Gerhard Hildenbrand, 

Clive Kamins, Jerry Kolb, Dean Dorothy Litherland, Prof. Gaze Lukas, Raymond McGarvey, Lloyd Morey, retired V. of I. president; Prof. 

Cecil Moyer, Russell Neat.hammer, Alvin Noftz, James Pence, Ted Rabun, Jack Richison, Prof. Hiram Scovill, Prof. William Thomas, Prof. 

William Tnthill, Dean Paul Van Arsdell, Prof. Nelson Wakefield, Floyd Windal, Dorsey Wiseman, Cecil Worrells 

JjHj 1 i\ J\LuL lliV IijI encourages the development of a professional attitude in 

the beginning accountant 



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up in civil engineering 



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Top rote: Ralph Jensen, Miroslaw Noyszewski, Edward Ladewski, John Morgan. Perry Tanner, Gerald Lasko 

Second row: Alfred Cohen, Yilmaz Kozacioglu, Dan Hursh, Ying Shieh, Robert Gates. Otis Michels. Daniel Espinosa 

Bottom row: James Yao, treasurer; Robert Waddick, Steven Fenves, Robert Sipowich, president ; John Hutchinson, advisor; Prof. William Oliver, 

advisor 
Not in panel: William Crowder, Curtis Gabbard, John Michel, Stanley Rolfe, vice president; Eugene Joerns, secretary; Donald Reeves 






Officers — Top row: Robert Walton, vice president; Gus Pappas, secretary; Robert 

Engler, treasurer 
Bottom row: Howard Ray, president 



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Hz J. J\ rvi\l jT Jx INI U recognizes electrical engineering students who are outstand- 
ing in scholarship and leadership 

Top row: Cordon Gee, Arvydas Kliore, Edward Huber, Herbert Marbach, Carlo Pesce, Edward Schneberger, Sanford Stein, Richard Joppa, Joseph 

Masi, Thomas Leonard 
Second run:: Daniel DeSimone, Richard Shively, Joseph Lang, treasurer; Uri (ironemann, corresponding secretary; Donald Connors, president: 

Bruce Burgess, rice president; Hing So 
Bottom row: Robert. Daly, Thomas Richardson, John Lehmann, Louis Molina, Roi Prueher, Gerald Mahoney 
Not in pane!: Prof. Paul Hudson, advisor; David Breuer, recording secretary; Lewellyn Boatright, Roy Sather, Richard Kenyon 




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Dolphin, a national swimming fraternity, 
was founded in 1912 at the University of Illi- 
nois. It is open to all men who have an 
interest in, and show superior ability in water 
skills. Improving the swimming program of 
the University and throughout the state is 
their main objective. 

The Dolphins started this year with their 
annual water show, "Dolphins Go to 'See'," 
presented on Homecoming and Dads Day 
Weekends. One of the highlights of this 
aquatic carnival was the coronation of the 
Dolphin Queen, who acts as sponsor for the 
organization throughout the year. The active 
group numbers thirty-two, while the current 
pledge class totals forty-one. 

In addition to the annual show, they coop- 
erate with Terrapins, send representatives to 
the National Collegiate Swimming Forum, 
officiate at the University swimming events 
and sponsor other aquatic activities. 




Officers — Left to right: George Gfroerer, president; Merle Willmann, 
pledge trainer; Nelson Loar, treasurer; Donald Keen an, secretary 



DOLPHIN 



Top row: William Kerns, Harry Hoffman, Peter Bartu, George Gallati, Richard Fletemeyer, Ervin Chocol. Robert Engdahl Richard Mueller 

Jesse Iverson, Glenn Appel. John Sanford, Robert Regan, John Trimbel. Orville Larson 
Third row : Ralph Stephens, Thomas Walker, William Forsythe, Owen Aclcerman, Lorin Whittaker, David Hunsaker, Victor Havel John Schuster, 

Roger Stevens, James Mueller, John McGowan, Dean Hallerud, Robert Stusrud. James Bradv, Frank Bernardino 
Second row: David Hansen, Robert Carey, Arnold Cajet, Donald Keenan, Donald Dowd, George Gfroerer, Nelson Loar, Merle Willmann, Robert 

Hunt, Michael Bouchard, Robert Nevin 
Bottom row: Robert Novick, James Skinner, Wallace Fort, John Fix, Richard Eherhardv, Roger Maupin, Edward Schultz, Ronald Urban Charles 

Tompkins 





Top row: Joan Cattaneo, Nancy Dufour, Marjorie Helman, Marlene Brody. Eileen Stanock, Beverly Shanle, Romayne Goranson 

Second row: Barbara Murphy, Barbara Nelson, Mary Barrie, vice president; Martha Rosebraugh, president; Joan Guyer, Charlotte McDonald, 
secretary; Judith Simon, treasurer ; Marie .Putnam 

Bottom row: Joyce Peterson, Sybil Stern, Frances Stewart, Kama Bloomberg, Suzanne Eovaldi, Kendra McKemie, Mary McKee, Temma Ruben- 
stein 

Not in panel: Betty Watson, Sara Knodell 

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tising 



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allied subjects 

Top row: Stanley Routh, George Maeee, Richard Donohoe, Paul Anderson. Arthur Lundh, Stanley Thier. Charles Boldon, Norman Meyer 
Second row: Prof. Driver Lindsay, Richard Matzdorff, treasurer; Thomas Battles, vice president; Baron Whateley, president; Donald Sunshine, 

secretary ; Prof. Gabriel Guevrekian, Prof. Ambrose Richardson 
Bottom row: Richard Belman, Thomas Hubbard, Richard Lenke, Aden Lauchner, Daniel Bleck 
Not in panel: Rembert Alley, Justin Lamb, Raymond DiPasquale 





Top row: Donald Ferris, Arlene Oedzes, Beulah Mace, Edith Abernathie, Margaret Dees, Zina Bernian, Doris Sapeer, Kathryne Valentine 
Bottom roio : Queenie Mills, Ruth Thompson, Mary McDougle, treasurer; Robert Miller, president; Evalyn Huffman, Marguerita Johnson, Lloyd 
Heidgerd 

JVrVl 1 J\. JlJiLLj 1 J\ ll recognizes outstanding students in education 



JV1U Jl irll JljI o1J_jvJ1NI recognizes and encourages outstanding women in music 

Top row: Enid Ewing, recording seeretari/ ; Lucretia Kolanczyk, Julie Wells, Alice Mahler, Marlene Ledet, Carolyn Backus, president; Marcia Painter, 

Doris Vogt, vice president; Linda Allen 
Bottom row : Prof. Beth Bradley, advisor 
Not in panel: Joan McLetchie, treasurer; Karyl Sellmyer, alumnae secretary; Joyce Arbizzani, Prof. Dorothy Bowen, advisor 



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Tup row: William Soinmer, Jesse Sommer, Kenneth Swanson, Robert Bailer, Howard Aekerraan, Maurice Pickard, Bertwin Einfalt 

Third row : Ben Vondrak, Ralph Hale, Donald Gore, Norman Dunn, Stuart Simon, Charles Terrell, Larry McKnelly 

Second row: Frank Ames, recording secretary; Glen Tomlinson, vice president; Melvin Hoeh, Carole Kamin, corresponding secretary; William 

Grubb, president; Mary Crider, Stanley Brandon, Ocal Eastham, treasurer 
Bottom row: James Mathis, Paul Goldstein, Arthur Gronner, Louis Keith, Isaac Weiszer 

Not in. panel: John Anderson, Bernard Blaauw, John Bouseman, Richard Chenoweth, Janice Christiansen, Roger Cote, Karl Davidson, August 
Rymut, Janet Peacek, Don Henderliter, Roderic Huber, Donald Johnston, Frank Ogren, Stephen Shepherd, James Creath, Larry Harman, Rob- 
ert McTrusty, Irwin Cohen, Robert Patton 

V./iVlJCjVjr/V JtSHi 1 rV 1 1 provides social and educational privileges for pre-medical 

students 



PHI CHI THETA 



fosters high ideals for women in business careers 



Top row: Joanne Spinello, Audrey Laznicka, Patricia Anderson, Betty Jurasitz, Kathryn Van Fleet, Janet Gunn 

Bottom row: Bobbie Garvey. Peggy Bates, recording secretary; Elinor Hixson, treasurer; Norma Hilderbrand, corresponding secretary; Dorine 

Chancellor, president; Vida Gaskaite, vice president 
Not in panel: Prof. Mildred Reed, advisor; Libhy Brainin, Barbara Postlewait, Geraldine Parsons, Jane Solomon, Barbara Lowis, Anita West 




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Pershing Rifles, a national honorary mili- 
tary society, is one of seventy-seven compa- 
nies all over the nation. Company C of the 
Third Regiment of the organization was in- 
stalled at Illinois in 1931 and since that time 
has maintained a reputation of having one of 
the largest and most active units in the coun- 
try. 

Members are selected from the basic 
ROTC cadets of all three branches of service 
and the qualifications sought are military 
leadership, scholarship, ability, and interest 
so that the national ideal of promoting lead- 
ership and efficiency in military tactics is 
carried out. 

The most outstanding parts of Pershing 
Rifles are the three drill teams which include 
the regular, crack, and Munchausen; and the 
German Castle Guards. 




Officers — Left to right: Allan Bluestone, captain; Birnie Boyer, sponsor, 
Robert Feliszak, executive officer; Stuart Jaffe, finance officer 



PERSHING RIFLES 



Top row: Donald Van Eynde, Terry Henry, Jon Hockenyos, Clyde Freeman, Richard Montgomery, James Haekett, Arthur Leblanc, Jon Esslinger, 

James Boltz, David Lawson, Robert Gangala, Charles Hess 
Seventh row: David Barton, Robert Furry, William Joy, Roger Logan, Robert Stehr, Thomas Hoag, Charles Gibfried, Stanley Fritz, Douglas Stutz, 

James Flesher, Charles Wuerpel 
Sixth row: Robert Hendel, James Davis, David Banner, Thomas Brown, Antone Kemnetz, Richard Norsen, Edward Crum, Saul Klibanow, Howard 

Bluestone, Frank Castleman, Alexis Popofif 
Fifth row: James Dubose, Dennis Lawrence, Roger Kensil, Louis Lewey, Gerald Hill, David Hartley. Daniel Harnish, Kermit Small, Charles Dennis, 

Robert Gercas, Edmond Irps 
Fourth row: Paul Thompson, William Lewerenz, William O'Donnell, Vernon Zbylut, Richard Colbert, Richard Lindeman, John Alexander, George 

Sehauner, Morton Polsky, Jerry Warren 
Third row: Robert Resek, John Gill. Jimmie Thompson, William Trunck, Daniel Wax, Stuart Jaffe, Robert Feliszak, Birnie Boyer, Allan Bluestone, 

Laurence Frank, John Vilven, Louis Keller, Bruce Scofield, Harry Sorenson. Nelson Wood 
Second row: Alfred Combs, Matthew Swift, Edwin Wollerman, Robert Heck, James Lycan, Stanley Goldflam, Arthur Paolini, Robert Guy, Larry 

Heck, Jerald Galowich 
Bottom row : Edwin Greenwald, Ronald Galowich, Glenn Appel, William Christy, Thomas Leitzen, Roger Johnston, James Weiskopf, Walter Win- 
chester, John Griffith 



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Officers — Top row: Edward Gonwa, finance officer; Fred Burghardt, com- 
mander; Anne Alloway. sponsor; Maj. Charles Miller, adcisor; Duane 
Pedriana, lieutenant, commander 

Bottom row: Walter Lippmann, adjutant 



Phalanx is a national military honorary and 
professional fraternity which was established 
at the University of Illinois in 1925. Its mem- 
bers are chosen from the advanced corps 
cadets in the Army, Navy, and Air Force 
ROTC program. Membership is based upon 
the recommendation of the Unit Directors of 
these various branches and the active mem- 
bers of Phalanx. 

As stated in its constitution, "The purpose 
of this fraternity shall be to promote the 
interest of military training, to foster the 
spirit of fellowship among military men, to 
aid in the preparedness of this country, and 
to implant in its members the discipline so 
necessary, not only in a military enterprise, 
but in every walk of life." 



PHALANX 



Top roic : Thomas Polek, Stephen Margolin, Verle Besant, David Landram, Wayne Marthaler, Robert Deem. John Fosha. Neil Barr, .Jerry Cleary. 

Norbert Sargent 
Second row: Guy Puccio, Gerald Stawick, Walter Lippmann. Richard Stone. Duane Pedriana. Fred Burghardt, Anne Alloway, Maj. Charles Miller, 

Edward Gonwa. Robert Alford. Peter Minerva. Donald Demski 
Bottom rote: Donald Askew, George Dramis, Buford Macklin, Richard Degener, Delmer Hall, Stanley Woods, Robert Eberhart. Sydney Frey 
Not in panel: Claude Linford, Francis O'Connor, Loy Covey, Fred McDowell 





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Top row : Robert Nicolette, Robert Coleman, Marvin Syren, Robert Leigh, Richard Lundeen, Floyd McAfee, Gerald Hanson, Frederick Fahey. 

Thomas Alexander, Bert Nordberg 
Bottom row: Prof. Chester Jackson, Bruce Brantingham, secretary; John McDowell, president; Cloyd Staples, treasurer; Frederick Roby, advisor; 

George Mizuguchi 
Not in panel: Kenneth Clark, vice president; Carl Hartmann, Jerry Stanners, James Monteleone 

1 Jnll iLl Oll^vJIN JVrVl 1 A elevates the standards, ideals, and ethics of men in 

physical education 



PHI MU ALPHA SINPHONIA encourages the composition and per- 
formance of American music 



Top row : John Winking, Richard Larson, John Wirtz, Robert Staker, Daniel Jahn 

Second row: Edwin Thayer, Lewis Songer, president ; Fred Luscombe, secretary; Richard Cowart 

Bottom row: Jerome Brillhart, Donald Paschke, Warren Gedstad, Joseph Farruggia 

Not in panel: Glenn Anderson, Mitchell Bender, vice president; Richard Boerlin, Howard Carson, Lloyd Farrar, James Fleisher, Oliver Dubre, 

John Campbell, Paul Edwards, Larry Hill, Harold Johnson, Stuart Langdon, treasurer; Walter Noona, William Olson, Patrick Collins, Joey 

Schwaegel, Ronald Slonneger, Arthur Price, Robert Zarbock, Sheldon Littell. Ardash Marderosian 



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Officers — Top roiu : James Solomon, secretary; Dean Edward Stafford, 

advisor 
Bottom row: William Abell, treasurer ; Howard Ackerman, vice president ; 

James Hackett, president 



Phi Eta Sigma, the freshman men's schol- 
astic honor society, was founded in 1923 to 
encourage and reward high scholastic attain- 
ment among college men. Alpha Chapter, at 
the University of Illinois, was admitted in 
1937 to membership in the Association of 
College Honor Societies. 

Any Illinois freshman who attains a grade 
average of 4.5 or higher, either during his 
first semester or his first compelte school 
year, may become a member of Phi Eta 
Sigma. 

Most of the work of Phi Eta Sigma is con- 
cerned with promoting scholarship. The chap- 
ter sponsors a booth at the annual Freshman 
Week Activity Night, honors those freshmen 
whose eight-weeks grades average 4.0 or 
above with a smoker, and holds an exchange 
with Alpha Lambda Delta, the freshman 
women's honorary. 



PHI ETA SIGMA 



Members: Richard Abbuhl, William Abell. Howard Ackerman, Donald Adams, Richard Ahrenkiel, William Albright, David Alvey, Myron Arm- 
strong, Allen Barker, Roger Berg, Raymond Benligmann. Bruce Beyaert, William Bicknell, Fred Blazine, John Braswell, Robert Brunson, 
Robert Brush, James Burke, Allen Cassens, Kenneth Castle, Stewart Chalem, Richard Chenoweth, William Corley, Robert Crispin, John 
Dasaro, Fredrik Deboer, Richard Degener, Ocal Eastham, Robert Eggers, Bruce Elliott, Robert Facko, John Fick, Gilbert Fink. John Fixmer, 
Jerry Friedman, Edwin Friedrich, Edwin Friesendorf, Jeremiah Fruin, George Gallati, Charles Goebel, Donald Gore, John Griffin, William 
Gullett, Jon Guyton. James Hackett, Arthur Hall. Ronald Hamelberg, Ronald Hartwick, Clarence Hauschild, David Heberer, Donald Herman, 
William Hess, George Hotiig, Roderic Huber, Morris Hnck, George Huggett, Wayne Humphrey, Howard Isenberg, Hugh Jackson, Gordon 
Johns, Thomas Johnston, William Jordan, Henry Kapell, Kenneth Kirk, Ronald Koehler, Peter Koeppen, Edward Koertge, Donala Lamb, 
Ronald Lamson, Donald Lehr, Robert Loos, Jerry Lundry. Edmund Lyons, Franklin Maesky, John Martin, William Mavity, Terrance Mc- 
Mahon, Marvin Meissen, Gilbert Mochel, Robert Mullen, Robert Munnecke, Carl Myrick, Carl Noble, Joe Olinger, Phillip Qstrand, Robert 
Overby, John Pastorek, Lee Pearson, Richard Pertel, Otis Peterson, Richard Peterson, Robert Philbrook, Ronald Pinski, Richard Plumer, 
Robert Rankine, David Rash, Richard Record, Rex Reed, Don Reeder, Gaylord Rogeness, Stanford Rubin, Norman Sather, William Schaecher, 
Roy Schewe, James Schlosser, Henry Schmitt, Winfield Scott, William Shaffer, Stephan Shepherd, James Solomon, William Sommer, Alan Sons, 
Anthony Thompson, Dennis Thompson, John Tingleff, Jack Tinkler, Victor Van Duzer, Michael Verkler, James Vrentas, Richard Ward, Walter 
Wierwille, David Wilcox, Robert Wozniak, Joseph Zaremba, Dean Joseph Smiley, ho7iorary member 



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Top row: Mary Huntvvork, Dorothy Kramer, Vivienne Huffman, Ellen Bell, Marlvs Lothson, Prof. Virginia Guthrie, advisor; Marilyn Morine, Ima 

Jean Bassler 
Second row: Carol Zillgitt, advisor; Phyllis Stolz, treasurer; Sally Parsons, corresponding secretary; Audrey Nelson, president; Nancy Gossett, 

vice president; Doris Crist 
Bottom row: Joyce Peterson, Janet Vaughn, Nancy Toinm, Martha Massie, Alice Shepherd. Ruth Behrends 
Not in panel: Nina Baird, Mary Beattie, recording secretary ; Carolyn Giflin, Carolyn Land, Ruth McNabb, Betty Purnell, Merle Smedberg, Rosella 

Young 

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Top rote: Philip Steward, recording secretary; Melvyn Green, Robert Hering, Richard Monson, John Brue, John Melvin, Edward Biskup, Bruce 

Hallberg 
Third row: Laurence Moran, president; Derrolle Haugen, Joseph Danes, Fred Morris, William Thompson, Richard Day, William Reimer, Suey 

Fong, John Arneson 
Second row: Gerald Trimble, David Albert, Thomas McNamara, corresponding secretary; Larry Kiefling, Edward Caba, Takenori Kanazawa, 

George Wolodkin, Donald Gall, Thomas Lund, vice president; James Bayne 
Bottom row: Norman Goelzer, John Ray, Allen Harper, Harry Aschan, Donald Moon, treasurer; Donald Fessett, James Bronson, Ronald Tagliani 
Not in panel: Donald Lurito, Lowell Parker, Fred Turk, Warren Conner, Wesley Lindberg, William Smith 





J<>)> row : Robert Kravets, Howard Cronibie, Joseph Manelis, Kenneth Martin, Emil Feicht, Charles McGinley, David Woodruff, Thomas Kubitz, 

Paul Ciotola, Bryce Reeve 
Third row: Joyce Weissman, Kitty Franks, Margaret Keranen, Joyce Silverstone, Margaret Gilmore. Geraldine Fekete, Adele Monterastelli, Geral- 

dine Dangles, Madelyn Wyss, Roberta Weitzman, Elaine Davis 
Second row: Audrey Vetter, Janice Boss, Carol Freyder, secretary treasurer ; Carl Floden. president: Bertha Baker, vice-president ; Sally Miller, 

Donna Rudig 
Bottom row: Donald Lucas, Elaine Wegener, Frances Berg. Charlotte Schlessinger, Josephine Ciara. Richard Spellberg, Ronald Cunat 
Aot in panel: Sally Beck, Louis Davis, Marilyn Dunn, Dorothy Foster, Leslie Sandlow 



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lonors senior women outstanding in leadership and serv- 
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Top row: Judith Bremer, Martha Schueler, Mary Jackson, Anne Bages, Madonna Miller, Eileen Friedburg, Dorothy Wolf, Marilyn Morine, Joanne 

Lucey 
Second row: Marcia Pritchett, Judith Zink, Carol Oliver, rice president; Marilyn Reinliart, president; Kiyo Yoshimura, treasurer; Charmian Clem, 

secretary; Audrey Nelson 
Bottom, row: Sara Knodell, Alice Van Dyke, Nancy Bowen, Joanne Knopf, Virginia Fortney, Mary Stark 
Not in panel: Suzanne Elfgen, Cynthia Jordan, Phyllis Hill, advisor 




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The purpose of Scabbard and Blade, na- 
tional military honorary fraternity, is to unite 
in closer relationship the military depart- 
ments of American universities, to have a 
more active part and a greater influence in 
the military affairs of the community, to en- 
courage good qualities in officers, and to 
promote friendship among cadet officers. 

Scabbard and Blade members celebrated 
the fiftieth anniversary of the organization 
this year. There are 123 companies and Blade 
has a national membership of more than 
63,000 men. 

Members are chosen yearly on basis of 
merit, leadership, and all-around ability from 
the advanced corps of the Army, Navy, and 
Air Force BOTC. 

Scabbard and Blade sponsors a Drill Com- 
petition each year and is active in the Mili- 
tary Ball, the Camid Hop, and in awarding 
outstanding military students. 




Officers — Top row: Wayne Weber, captain; Warren Conner, first ser- 

geant; Noel Grady, first lieutenant 
Bottom row: Charles Riddiford, second lieutenant; June Kraus, sponsor; 

Maj. Jay Lembeck. advisor 



SCABBARD AND BLADE 



Top row: Thomas Lund, Donald Romani, Danny Hare, John Roecker, Richard Pople. Russell Welker, Curtis Gabbard, Howard Malkin Avron 
Magrani, Richard Pingry 



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Robert Faulkner, Charles Riddiford. Wayne Weber, June Kraus, Maj. Jay Lembeck Noel Gradv, Warren Conner Glenn Musgrave 
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Officers — Top row: Suzanne Brunkow, vice president; Joan Winkler, 

projects chairman; Donna Glenn, treasurer 
Bottom row: Susan Howarth, president 
Xot in panel: Diane Prentiss, secretary 



Shi-Ai, the sophomore activity honorary for 
sorority women, works to strengthen friend- 
ship among the sororities and to encourage 
interest in campus activities. The group holds 
exchanges with Alpha Chron, Skull and Cres- 
cent, and Star and Scroll. 

Established jointly in 1920 by Illinois and 
Northwestern, Shi-Ai holds bi-monthly din- 
ner meetings and participates in many service 
projects. The honorary sponsors Shi-Ai Sing 
during Mothers Day weekend and provides 
four $100 scholarships for needy sophomore 
girls with the proceeds. 

Every spring, each sorority chooses two 
Freshman girls outstanding in leadership, ac- 
tivities, and scholarship to represent them in 
Shi-Ai. 



SHI-AI 



Top row: Sylvia Naraniek, Patricia Nieol, Mimi Reznick, Dolores Gubse r, Janice Dattilo, Martha Link, Arthurene Russell, Jeanne Johnston. Sara 

Vaughn, Diane Kellogg, Catherine Enright, Susan Spahn 
Second row: Betty Durkee, Joyce Smith, Terry Butler, Elynor Bernstein, Carolyn Snader, Janet Brakensiek, Dorothy Gronau, Dianne Doolen, 

Roberta Tewes, Barbara Pope, Donna Olin, Barbara Luehring, Birnie Bover. Elizabeth Seago. Julia Ingersoll, Janis O'Dell 
Bottom row: Nancy Servine, Ann Mitchell, Marguerite O'Neil, Marjorie Bean, Mary Reed, Diane Kayner, Francine Jaffe, Carole Glick, Nancy 

Taylor, Dorothy Moore, Nada Rowand, Susan Williams, Sara Mitchener 
Not in panel : Shirley Moore 










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Top row: Verlnn Shearing, Sidney Hormell, John Lindhorst, Donald Shawl, Howard Krause, James Sullivan, Aivin Sokolow, Charles Cremer 
Fourth row: David Manthey, Robert Kite, Richard Hare, Stuart Kaminsky, David Smith, Kenneth Buel, Richard Tuchseherer, Robert Kular 
Third row: Harold Hirsch, Harold Piety, Robert Arterburn, David Nightingale, Donald Nelson, Virgil Oakman, Leslie Deatherage, Bob Burns 
Second row: Prof. Richard Hildwein. advisor; Joseph Siegman, James Johnson, Robert Lahendro, Emerson Klein, Earl Anderson, Earl Silverman. 

Charles Hippler, James Nyka, Curtis Hetherington, Cory] Crandall, Walter Hoel 
Bottom row: Arthur Nauman, Ira Lurvey, treasurer; Charles Novitz , president; Bruce Nelan, secretary; William Jones, Warren Kellogg, James 

I. aliey 
Not in panel: Gustave Weber, vice president; Mertoil Silbar, Ronald Walaitis, Stanley Barton 

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aeronautics 



Top row: Donald Van Winkle, Jack Bland, Clive Whittenbury, John Hines 

Bottom row': Charles Jackson, Daniel Dudas, Louis Oling, president; Joseph Voda, secretary 

Not in panel: Russell Hopps, Fred Snyder, vice president; Winthrop Gustafson, Fred Martikan, Gerald Kinroth, James Sanger, James Xerikos, 
Jerome Rachner, Ronald Bloomquist, Hassan Hassan, Prof. Henry Stillwell, Prof. Harry Hilton, national secretary-treasurer; Alfred Krause. 
treasurer; Phil DeProtine, Prof. Robert McCloy, Prof. Zbigniew Krzywoblocki, Prof. John Coan. Prof. Allen Ormsbee, Neale Elsby, Harold 
Barthel, Richard Gold, Franklin Postula, Frank Morton, Hamilton Littlepage, George Glenn, Robert Miller 



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Officers — Top rote: Donna Hawks, corresponding secretary; Roberta 
Hickman, historian; Carolyn Foy. president: Edith Brockman, ser- 
geant-at-arms ; Glenda Lichtenberger, treasurer 

Bottom row: Joyce Adler, recording secretary; Dolores Uebele, vice 
president; Judith Turner, chaplain 



The purpose of Sigma Alpha Iota, a profes- 
sional music fraternity for women, is to further 
the highest standards of musical performance 
and appreciation locally, nationally, and abroad. 
The Sigma Alpha Iota Foundation provides 
musical scholarships for deserving young peo- 
ple to music schools and national music camps 
in Europe and the United States. The American 
Music Awards program offers encouragement 
to young American composers. Through the In- 
ternational Music Fund, the fraternity provides 
materials and educational leadership in hospi- 
tals, orphanages, and schools throughout the 
world. 

Sigma Delta, the local chapter, was host for 
fraternity State Day in the fall and has spon- 
sored numerous concerts; one of which was a 
joint concert with Mu Phi Epsilon and Phi Mu 
Alpha, and another of which was the Annual 
American Music Concert. The chapter's program 
also included radio and television programs. 

Outstanding women students are elected to 
membership on the basis of scholarship, musici- 
anship, character, and congeniality. 



SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 



Top rou- : Jeannette Tucker, Nancy Carlson, Roberta Rezits, Judy Riemenschneider, Jean Zinser, Marjorie Stucke, Margaret Kelly, Carol Horton, 

Mary Lilja 
Second rote: Marjorie Nelson. Elsie Krumpe, Joan Lamberty, Rose Maier, Nada Rowand, Prances Quint, Joyce Hildenbrand, Marian Soffer 
Bottom, rote: Susan Spahn, Judith Turner, Donna Hawks, Joyce Adler, Carolyn Foy, Dolores Uebele, Roberta Hickman, Glenda Lichtenberger, 

Edith Brockman 
Not in panel: Joan Bellmar, Nancy Broaddus, Elynor Haller, Elaine Pohl, Carol Menke 



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Top row: Prof. Robert Dickey, Borje Saxberg, Raymond Pitchford, Edwin Eberhardt, Frederick Gress, Prof. Ralph Wilson, Jon Ivarson 

Second row: Dolores Strode, Dean Paul Green, Jane Solomon, secretary; Donald Granbois, president ; Roger Duffy, treasurer; Prof, Merton Man- 

deville, Clinton Spivey 
Bottom row: David Simmons, Francis O'Connor, Marshall Hammersley, Harry Goern, Roger Baskes, Albert Spranger 
Not in panel: Prof. Dale Greffe, Robert Harvey, Prof. Harvey Huegy, James. Rosenzweig, Prof. Paul VanArsdell, Diane Amundsen, Harold Arnett, 

George Barr, Peggy Bates. Glen Berntield, Paul Bernstein, Richard Blechschmidt, Wayne Brei. Norman Dunn, Robert Ford, Paul Goldstein, 

Eugene Kumpf, George Mead, Alvin Noftz, Robert Orem, Hassan lewfik, Mary Uffelman, Ellsworth Warmbir, David Wilcox, vice president; 

Ivan Wilson 

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SOCIET Y OF ILLUSTRATORS fosters the ideals and interests of art 

and artists 

Top row: Barbara Dostal, Prof. John Raushenberger, advisor; Glenda Grant, Charlotte Laurine. Prof. Nicholas Britsky, adtisor; Maria Kelly 
Bottom row: Verne Bowman, Mary McKee, secretary-treasurer; Harry Kunesh, president; George Baumgarn, rice president; Dolores Brence, 

Bruce Peterson 
.Vet in panel: Emily Brown, Nancy Gratigny, Marjorie Knudstad, Donald MacCrimmon, Norwood Oliver, Evelyn Zubaty, Lubov Babeno, Harry 

Brown, Patricia Kane, Miriam Weisbord, Judith Vogel, Jean Innis, Claire Salgat, Robert Johnson, Barbara Calvert, Patricia Butler, Charles 

Dietemann, James Hogan 





Officers — Top row: Prof. Robert Bohl, adcisor; Joseph Voda, president; 
William Rebman. historian 

Bottom row: Carlo Pesce, recording secretary; Fred Turk, vice president; 
Thomas Hubbard, treasurer ; Edward Ladewski, corresponding secre- 
tary 



Sigma Tau, engineering honorary, was 
founded in 1904 at the University of Ne- 
braska with the desire to be of service to en- 
gineering education. The objectives of the 
fraternity are the recognition of personal 
attainments of engineering students, promo- 
tion of the interests of the engineering college 
and encouragement of fellowship among stu- 
dents training for the engineering profession. 

Membership is made up of junior and 
senior engineering students who meet the 
required standards of scholarship, leadership 
and character. In recognition of outstanding 
work while an undergraduate, Sigma Tau 
offers a fellowship which can be used to 
finance post-graduate study at a recognized 
university. 

The Illinois chapter of Sigma Tau was es- 
tablished in 1914, and since its founding has 
offered an opportunity for the development of 
professional contacts and friendships. It has 
also given its members a chance to expand 
and temper their own ideas through the con- 
tributions of others. 



SIGMA TAU 



Top row: Carl Schuster, Richard Pople, Carlo Pesce, Rayvaughn Jenkins, Perry Tanner, Fred Turk, Richard Stahr, William Zartman, James Wood, 
David Kearns, John Henry, Robert Shinn, Karl Whisenand 

Secojid row: Arvydas Kliore, Edward Ladewski, Harvey Endler, Ronald Bocksruker, Charles Enderby, Melvyn Green, Carl Shook, Theodore Ander- 
son, Ronald Fuchs, John Morgan, Ronald Grosch, Franklin Schrage, William Rebman, Joseph Voda, Deane Biehler, Mohamad Darkazanli, George 
Webb 

Bottom row: Thomas Hartwick, Michael Henry, Thomas Hubbard, John Hines, Ronald Bloomquist, John Replogle, Otis Miohels, Ronald Tagliani, 
Edward Caba, Philip Steward, Martin Plonus, Baron Whateley, Suey Fong, Don Killpatrick, Gerald Trimble, Philip Kier 




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Skull and Crescent, which chooses its mem- 
bers from the twenty-five oldest fraternities 
on campus, is a national fraternity honor- 
ing sophomore men who have gained high 
achievement in scholarship and activities. Its 
primary objectives are the promotion of inter- 
fraternity fellowship and the encouragement 
of freshmen to perform well in scholastics 
and activities. 

Each year the new initiates earn Skull and 
Crescent pins, which are passed down from 
previous members. In return, the alumni are 
awarded a paddle for a keepsake. 

Among the annual activities of this sopho- 
more men's honorary are a pajama race in the 
Armory, a pledge banquet, a contest with 
Tomahawk, numerous record dances, an ex- 
change with Shi-Ai, and a formal dinner 
dance at the Urbana-Lincoln Hotel which is 
highlighted by the coronation of a queen. 




Officers — Top row: George Grubb, treasurer; Richard Griffith, sergeant- 

at-arms 
Bottom row: Patrick Mahoney, secretary; John Jenkins, president; Dean 

Vern Hampton, advisor; William Sillick, vice president 



SKULL AND CRESCENT 



Top row: Dale Walwark, John Connolly, Raymond Pappas, Richard Hoard, George Ramsay, Donald Barak, Norman Fombelle, Norman Sather 

John Rating. Richard Lindrooth, Fred Warrick 
Third row: Craig Webber, Lawrence Marshall, Thomas Thompson, Frederick Helmer, Donald Hagemaster, Orville Asper, Milton Kreml John Roue 

Paul Blanke. Sully Bonansinga, Robert Brush, William Kirchhoff 
Second row : Larry Arndt, James Solomon, Richard Griffith, William Sillick, John Jenkins, Dean Vern Hampton, George Grubb Patrick Mahonev 

Donald Miller 
Bottom row: George Bowman, Robert Frisk, William Drury, Calvin Wessman, Robert Carlson, Brian Larson, Keith Blandford, George Niva Robert 

Johnson 
Not in panel: Eugene Johnson, Charles Schrader, Charles Hubele, James Anderson, Paul Beeson, Richard Hendrickson, Sheldon Hauck Peter 

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Offi-eers — Left to right: Dennis Serdahl, advisor; Thomas Soderstrom, 
treasurer; Larry Thomson, president; James Fawcett, secretary; 
Thomas Potter, sergeant-at-anns 

Not in panel: Mark Novak, vice president; Bernard Filler, advisor 



Star and Scroll is an honorary composed of 
two sophomore men from each of the nine- 
teen member fraternities. It was founded at 
the University of Illinois for the purpose of 
promoting interfraternity fellowship, raising 
freshman scholastic standards, encouraging 
freshmen in activities, and perpetuating the 
traditions of the University. 

Members are selected every year on the 
basis of their scholastic standing and poten- 
tial success as campus leaders in extra-cur- 
ricular activities. 

The coronation of a queen at the annual 
Star and Scroll formal dance is one of the 
highlights of the year's activities. 

This group also participates in student ac- 
tivity night, the Sweet Sixteen Circus, and a 
Union Coffee hour with Shi-Ai. 



STAR AND SCROLL 



Top row: Edward Belzer, Gerald Podlin, Richard McCrary, Lester Weinstine, Charles Fink, John Fixmer, Roger Martin, Fred Kanter, James Carr, 

Ross Potter, Robert Witherspoon, Lawrence Sennello. Jim Watt, Marvin Bamburg 
Second row: Kenneth McKee, Raymond Carmichael, Philip Turner, William Corley, Robert Willson, Ronald Blumenfeld, Maurice Pickard, William 

G-ullett, Charles Luman 
Bottom row: Dexter Norton, Ronald Griesheimer, Milton Diedrick, Richard Banfrert, Charles Gibfried, Lowell Mize, William Korbus 
Not in panel: John Braswell, Gene Buist, Edwin Friesendord, Ronald Kaiser, Peter Herrmann, John Ippensen, Philip Smith 




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Top row: Carol Schaefer, Mary Palmer, Mary Barrie, Prof. Joe Sutton, adiisor; Marjorie Wiegand, Joanne Lueey, Margery Warfield, Yvonne 

Seadin 
Second row: Mary Campbell, treasurer; Judith Peterson, vice president; Leslie Ator, president; Martha Rosebraugh, Barbara Nelson, Sara Knodell, 

secretary 
Bottom row: Shirlev Gaghen, Carol Andrews, Elizabeth Watson, Madonna Miller, Eleanor Ford 
Not in panel: Elizabeth Armin, Betty Doyle, Cynthia Jordan, Dorothy Sutz, l.olita Woodard 

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ZETA PHI ETA furthers all speech and dramatic enterprises 

Top row : Norma Hertzmann, Pamela Gillespie, Shirley Bradshaw, Patricia Jensen, Kay Carlson, Joan Sharp, Carol Lundin, Nancy Webber, 

Arlene Silver, Jean Anderson, Gwendolyn Cantrell, Sally Walker 
Second row: Ursula Maksic, Vera Jacobson, Jane Murphy, Frances Shaw, secretary; Sharon Beckmeyer, vice president ; Ida Levinson, Donna Dice, 

president ; Carole Kiillen, Sarah Allen 
Bottom row : Ina Scheckman, Carolyn Bostic, Gloria Sinclair, Barbara Williams. Rebecca Chase, Anne Alloway, Patricia Hines, Geraldine Feinstein, 

Rochelle Davis 
Not in panel : Marilyn Tesmer, treasurer 















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Officers — Left to right: Franklin Kuo. recording secretary; John Replogle, 
vice president; John Hines, treasurer; Wesley Lindberg, president 

Not in panel: Thomas Richardson, corresponding secretary ; Thomas Lund, 
recorder; Prof. Ross Martin, advisor; Prof. Omar Sidebottom, ad- 
lisur; Prof. Wendell Miller, advisor 



Juniors and seniors in all branches of engi- 
neering who meet required standards of schol- 
arship, leadership, and character are eligible 
for membership in Tau Beta Pi, which is an 
extensively recognized engineering honor 
society. 

Founded at Lehigh University in 1885, it 
became established at the University of Illi- 
nois in 1897. Tau Beta Pi has ninety-two chap- 
ters with a membership of over 70,000. 

Each member has "conferred honor upon 
their Alma Mater by their distinguished schol- 
arship and exemplary character as under- 
graduates in engineering, or as alumni in the 
field of engineering." They have fostered a 
spirit of liberal culture in the engineering 
colleges of America. 



TAU BETA PI 



Top row: Donald Anderson, Ronald Easley, Wayne Rhoades, Sanford Stein. Charles Quantook. Gordon Gee, Gerald Mahoney 

Fourth row: Louis Oling, Allen Harper. Edward Ladewski, John Brue, Joseph Lang, Robert Walker, Jerome Rosenthal, Keith Kappmeyer, Richard 

Shively, Arvydas Kliore, Edward Huber 
Third row: Robert Polk, Norman Goelzer, John Replogle, John Hines, Prof. Ross Martin, Wesley Lindberg, Prof. Omar Sidebottom, Prof. Wendell 

Miller. Franklin Kuo, George Rohel. Robert Daly 
Second row: Don Childress. Terry Funkhouser, Keith Yarborough, Kenneth Rose, Donald Moon, Daniel DeSimone, Uri Gronemann, Bruce Burgess, 

Thomas Hedvig, Claude Alexander 
Bottom rote: Arthur Harris. William Zartman, Larry Kiefling, Otis Miohels, Mathew Remec, Harvey Endler, Russell Hopps, William Lichten- 

berger, Franklin Postula 




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Terrapin is an honorary swimming club 
whose objectives are to further interest and 
proficiency in aquatics, to promote a spirit 
of good sportsmanship and friendship among 
its members, and to sponsor and promote in- 
terest and participation in aquatic activities. 

All undergraduate and graduate women in 
the university are eligible for membership in 
Terrapin and members are selected by try- 
outs on the basis of their skill in swimming. 

The two annual events which highlight the 
year are the Inter-House Swimming Meet and 
the Mother's Day Water Show. 

In addition to the swimming activities, 
such as swimming clinics, meets, and shows, 
Terrapin offers an educational service fund 
which awards cash prizes to graduate women 
for projects relating to the interests of the 
Terrapin Club and to the furthering of the 
objectives of the club. 




Officers — Top row: Betty Wenz, assistant vice president; Joan 
Novak, treasurer; Auguste Lehman, president; Iris Gar- 
land, secretary 

Bottom row: Patricia Cullen, advisor; Joan Moran, vice presi- 
dent; Jean O'Neil, guppies co-chairman; Mary Heinieke, 
historian; Joan Sanders, advisor; Ragnhild Hiscox, gup- 
pies co-chairman; Nancy Upsall, assistant president' 



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Top row: Linda Duncanson, Shirley Jackson, Betty Kanaby, Jean O'Neal, Helen White, Virginia Peterson, Barbara Walker, Peggy Ingalls Bar- 
bara Mitacek. Betty Wenz, Maria Thys, Elizabeth Pearce, Duane Peterson, Nancy Horvath, Janice Playle, Joni Zuber, Betty Jurasitz, Joan San- 

Third row : Betty Maresh Nancy Upsall Virginia Fortney, Judy Williamson, Jane Park, Carol Bautz, Ragnhild Hiscox, Frances Stewart Marlene 

iilip, Carol Loehndorf, Mary Heinieke, Joan Novak, Iris Garland, Joan Moran, Auguste Lehman 
Second row: Elizabeth Jenner, Carole Wiley, Rosemary Olsen, Vivian Peuckert, Barbara Reynolds, Leonide Gaines, Shirley Baumann Judith 

Bassel, Phyllis Siegert, Patricia Lawder ' 

Bottom row: Katherine Goldberg, Judith Desenis, Barbara Babcock, Carol Arenson, Joan Seraponas, Barbara Lenell, Nancy Hippman Marilvn 

Hatch, Roberta Fischer «*•«-■ j 

Not in panel : Nancy Kauth. Theresa Kaplan 





Officers — Top row: Robert Beaulieu, historian; Dean Calvin Sifferd, ad- 
visor; Lee \';iil Der llulst. treasv/rer 

Bottom row: James Bruno, vice president; Gene Hollingsworth, president; 
Carl McNair, secretary 



Tomahawk, national independent activity 
honorary fraternity for sophomores, was 
founded at the University of Illinois in 1931. 
Its purpose is to give recognition to students 
who show outstanding work in campus 
activities during their freshman year. Toma- 
hawk's chief interests are stimulation of 
freshman interest in student organizations 
and activities, and provision of leadership, 
opportunity and training for its members. 

Each year, Tomahawk sponsors a tuition 
scholarship to a deserving male sophomore 
independent student who is not a member of 
the organization. It also provides ushers for 
Dads Day Stunt Show and is co-sponsor with 
the Purdue chapter of a traveling trophy, the 
cannon presented at the annual Illinois- 
Purdue football game to the game winner of 
the previous year. 

The Illinois advisor, Cabin S. Sifferd, is 
also advisor to the national organization, con- 
sisting of six chapters. 



TOMAHAWK 



Top row: Ronald Hamelberg. Carl McNair. Joseph Schwaegel. Thomas Stark. Patrick Collins 
I/mil row : Phil Jones, Robert McNabb, Norman Katz. Lewis Zutovsky. Conrad Hewitt. Rex Crago 
Second row: Hugh Jackson, Cecil Stewart. Saulius Jameikis. Frank Belz, Lee Van Der Hulst, James Albright 
Bottom row: Robert Beaulieu, Dennis Thompson, William Denhart, Gene Hollingsworth. Calvin Wang, James Bruno 




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Top row: Godfrey Bergschneider, Stephen Margolin, Craig Johnson, George Dramis, James Reilly, Lt. Col. Eben Wyles, Roy Stine, Lowell Johnson, 
Elroy Engeling, Richard Pingry, commander; Gordon Schnepper, provost marshal; Don Gugliuzza, finance officer; Lt. Col. Glynn Prine 

Bottom row: Charles Albright, executive officer; Wesley Lackey, adjutant; James Burg, Thomas Alexander, Paul Wallem, Gerald Stawick. Avron 
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ORGANIZATIONS 



Students obtain an excellent opportunity to 
develop their personalities and social adeptness 
through their work in the many organizations, 
clubs, and societies represented on the campus. 
Experience from these organizations leads the 
members into future success and leadership. 

A student is wise to select an organization which 
pertains to his chosen field and through which he 
can meet and converse with prominent men, par- 
ticipate in field trips, and bring himself up to date 
on recent advancements. All these things add to 



his knowledge and understanding of his field. The 
student is also able to increase his knowledge 
through its application in practical situations. 

Important also is the opportunity the student 
has of developing his personality and character 
through his participation in the numerous social 
activities held by his organization. Because 
through organizations students are able both to 
develop their personalities and to increase their 
knowledge of their chosen fields, they are becom- 
ing increasingly important in modern education. 



ACCOUNTANCY CLUB promotes interest 



in the science of accounting; 

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Top row: .lames Temple, Thomas Bil'dzell, David Simpson. David Bowers, Leslie Dolejs. .lames Burk. lames Frobish, Edward Mallaney 

Third row: Bobby Reed, Warren Tolliver. John Fisher. Gerald Perlstein. Roger Duitsman. William Hess. Charles Schultz 

Second row: George James, Prof. Kenneth Perry, advisor; Lawrence Franz, treasurer; Audrey Laznicka, William Rohr, president; Frederick Figge, 

\irc president; William McNier. Alan Baltz 
Bottom row: Al Spitz, Sheldon Rosenber?, Donald Herman. Michael Hill, Allen Sered, Allan Jacobs, Robert Freres, William Newman 




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Roger G( mien, Prof. Upson Garrigus, advisor; Frederi 



ibold, Robert Dintel- 



Top row: Gordon Schnepper. .lames Garlich, Robert Emu 

mann, Harvey Hortik. Kermit Clifton 
Second row: Maxwell Forbes, Roger Strack, Arlen Speckman, Prof. Ambrose Burger, advisor; Jobn Curtin, Tbeodore Eck, Ronald Bowers, Gerald 

McWard 
Bottom row: Jobn Smith, Christopher Kunkel, Rolland Main, secretary- treasurer ; Duane Swarts, president; Donald Denby, vice president; Gordon 

Reichert 
Not in panel: Prof. Ralph Mntti, advisor; John Replogle, Irvin Eickmeyer 

ACrRI CULTURAL COUNCIL governs and coordinates die College of 

Agriculture 



AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS CLUB acquaints members with 

agricultural economics 



Top row: Oscar Calle, Richard West, rice president; Roger Gomien, president: Alan Holz, James Rohl. Silvio Capponi, Frederick Bumpus, Ronald 

Aiken, Kermit Clifton 
Second row: Charles Burrus, Elza Lacy, Robert Hanes, Robert Hagemeyer, Stefanus Van Wyk, Harris Hammer, Dale Wachtel, Gerald Page. 

David Mourey, Harvey Traub, secretary-treasurer 
Bottom row: Howard Gingerich, William Cinnamon, Don Sargent, Lillie Canterbury, Edna McCue, Ronald Rilott, Donald Wright, Charles Swope 



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Top row : Urban Becker, Ormand Webb, Bobbie Weiss, James Rohl, Lloyd Tripp, David Porter 

Fifth row: Harry White, John Smith, James Elmer, Francis Veltri, Ronald Welling, Ronald Friend, John Fleckenstein, Lowell Akers, Clarence 
Fluegel 

Fourth row: Jerry Kuykendal], Rolland Pettit, Donald Kaufman, Charles Baker, David Larson, Donald Thompson, Keith Miller, Donald Kerr, 
James Mueller 

Third row : Donald Clampet, Gerald Miller, Robert Albers, William Campbell, Howard Walker, William Cinnamon, Jack King, Stanley Sterrenberg, 
Willitt Pierce 

Second row: Dannel McCollum, Robert Clark, Harlan Ehmen, Gayle Wright, Roy Hobson, Donald Prather, Nelson Wood, Leon Luber 

liottom row: Prof. Alfred Krebs, advisor; Ralph Judson, Charles Wargel, Louis Schairer, secretary; Billy Rich, vice president; Louis Lewey, Max- 
well Forbes, Maurice Mobley, James Howard 

Not in panel: Arlen Speckman, president; Donald Higgs, Homer Koop, Donald Jones, Ronald Seibel, treasurer; Peter Thomas, Harry Wright, Rich- 
ard Nichols, James Manuel. Marvin Trautwein, Clarence Benard, Jerry Warren, Charles Thompson, Richard McGee, Robert Wood, Francis 
Busch, Valentine Klunk. Ralph Hyer, Thomas Fitzsimmons, John Beaty. Marvin McDonald, Theodore Bruzas, James Meyer, Thomas Clements, 
Claude Bjork, Harold Harms, Allen Barker, William Spicer, Dean Smith, Jack Bottenfield, Roland Sehwanke 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION CLUB promotes achievement 

in agricultural education 

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community 



Top row: Edward Eby, Dale Meador, treasurer; Fred Kraus, John Fixmer, Robert Skinner, Ronald Hewitt, Clyde Titus 
Bottom row: Ronald Upchurch, Kenneth Kirk, Richard Hull, Alan Olson, Robert Resek 
Not in panel : Donald Killpatrick, president 




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Top row: Raymond Reschetz, Larry Troutman, David Pfoff, Richard Banner, Ernest Karner, Charles Hall, Bernard Kneale, Daniel Baker 
Third row : Richard Lowe, Richard Herbst, John Trogolo, Glenn Ziegle, David Ports, George Owrey, Marshall Kuimnel, Donald Beebe 
Second row: Robert Hallse, David Kessel, John Kerr, secretary; Keith Kappmeyer, James Glasford, president ; Gordon Fales, treasurer; Rheba Mit- 
chell, Robert King 
Bottom row: Thomas Nielsen, Gary Winter, Raymond Capek, William Faber, Richard Hoffman, Charles Blahons 

AMERICAN CERAMIC SOCIETY furthers professional interest in 

the field of ceramic engineering 



AMERICAN FOUNDRYMEN'S SOCIETY aids and mam - 

ages the professional development of students of foundry technology 

Top row: Prof. Carl Schubert, adoisor; Paul Stalter, Richard Bertoldi, Julius Stahl, George Sheehy, Darrel Schuldl, Prof. James Leach 

Second row: Wayne Springer, Philip Voorhees, Peter Wittenstrom. John Hultberg, Paul Unangst, William Donohue, John Miller 

Bottom row: Donald Dobrinske, George Haley, treasurer; Stephen Trelease, president; Ronald Bocksruker, secretary; Alfonso Sanchez, Bernardo 

Henao 
Not in panel: James Freyder, vice president 



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Top row; Harry Sturm, Robert Carpenter, Marvin Worley, James Crabb 

Fourth row: Philip Gardner, Alvah Breitweiser, Robert Webster, Hans Fischer, Roger Bainbridge, James Mead, Sigitas Zubkus, Joseph Rachunas 

Third row : William Shaw, Donald Goo, Joseph Gangi, Robert Eberhart, Brian Larson, Ross Confer, Richard Engle, Walter Lippmann, Donald 

Carlson 
Second row: Donald McMasters, Donald Sunshine, Richard Kutchek, Aden Lauchner, Richard Lenke, Donald Ohlson, Lawrence Grant. James 

Petersen 
Bottom row: Kira Krock, Prof. Alan Laing, Marion Smith, secretary; Raymond DiPasquale, president; Carlton DeWolff, vice president; Duain 

Claiborne, treasurer; Earl Wardrum, historian; Catherine Cho 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS establishes di- 

rect contact between students and practicing architects 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL 

lL\\ VjrllNI H/HilvO stimulates professional growth in chemical engineering students 

Top row: Donald Hue, Duane Faletti, Karl Whisenand, Richard Angus, Prank Bruhns, Fredrick Shair, Samuel Vickers, Roger Coins, James Hollis, 
Terry Funkhouser 

Secand row : James Wood, William Zartman, Alvars Kuplis, Ronald Polli, Bruce Beyaert, Ralph Furlong, John Henry, Robert Grendel. Robert 
Shinn, Naman Carter, Herbert Brantley 

Bottom, row: Donald Simroth, Arthur Michalski, Hushang Nabavian, David Kearns, vice president; Jack Tinkler, treasurer; Mary Fung, corres- 
ponding secretary; Gerald Shinville, secretary; Donald Anderson, Richard Degener, Milton Kostner, president 

Not in panel: Prof. Thomas Hanratty, adcisor; John Topolewski 




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The combined student branch of the 
American Institute of Electrical Engineers 
and the Institute of Radio Engineers is affili- 
ated with the national organization of the 
same name. Its purpose is to provide a gen- 
eral picture of how electrical engineering is 
applied to industry, and to further the pro- 
fessional developments in the field of radio. 
Membership is composed of students in the 
fields of power, communications, and illumi- 
nation. 

Talks given throughout the year by out- 
standing men in the engineering profession 
enable the members to obtain a broader as- 
pect of the electrical and radio engineering 
fields than is possible through classroom 
work alone. 

The AIEE-IRE sponsors the senior-faculty 
banquet, picnics, inspection trips, and parti- 
cipates in the St. Pat's Ball and the engineer- 
ing open house. 




Officers -Top row : Mathew Remec, treasurer 

Bottom row: Walter Norton, engineering council representative; William 
Kreiss, secretary; Prof. Paul Schwarzlose, IRE advisor; Daniel 
DeSimone, chairman; Prof. Jerome Williams, AIEE advisor; Norman 
Alexander, AIEE correspondent; Thomas Hedviir, IRE correspond- 
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AIEE-IRE 



Top run-: James Shiosaki. John Williams 

Fourth row: John Woythal, Robert Wieneke. Burnett Sams. Hryhorii Melnyk, Allen Herbeck. Georsre Edwards, Thomas Somalevskv, John Lehmann 

David Kocher, Glenn Andrews, Edward Huber, Richard Berard, Joseph Lang, Craig Soule. David Meier, Laurence Hansen, Anton Soeller. 

Charles Wolf. Sanford Stein, Harold Krause, Richard Milum, Gerald Mahoney, Larry Sadler, Uri Gronemann, James Powers, Vito Dimucci, 

Ted Leth, Alfonso Cuevas, Alan Mead, Paul Contos 
Third row: Robert. Bratschun, Nicholas Kuhn, Ronald Delilah, Vytautas Cekanauskas, Stephen Burimankas, Arvydas Kliore, Stuart Pompian, Albert 

Chamberlain, Gordon Gee, John Ade, Verlin Lauher 
Second row: Richard Reichelt. Luis Molina, William Joy. David Komyathy, Don Kesler. Jack Siebert, Carlo Pesce, Per Sandstrom, Charles Ander- 
son, Theodore Truske, Harvey Endler, Martin Plomis, Curtis Bachman, Alfred Naurocki 
Bottom row : Harold Pue, Edward Bialecke, William Kreiss. Walter Eichelberger, Tin Ohn, Otto Nemec, Robert Henke, Norman Alexander, Andrew 

Gremer, Mathew Remec, Daniel DeSimone. Richard Shively, Gordon Keefer. Prof. Paul Schwarzlose, Richard Engberg, Eric Maxon, Charles 

Swisher, John Reis, Dino Tombolato, David Breuer, Thomas Richardson, Shair Noor, Yoshio Koyasako 



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Top row: Martha Ruckman, George McArdle, Annetta Sandman. Josepli Abrahams, Donald Saltzman, Robert Benner, Barry Mangum, Barbara Lenell, 

Charles Hartsoe, Sarah Corrigan, Elsie Patterson, Bruce Brantinghain, Joan Wasniewski 
Second row: Prof. Allen Sapora, advisor; Mary Shuman, Donald Clark, Janet Crnminer. Walter Johnson, Howard Weaver, John Schuster. Dean 

Hallerud, Jerry Burnam, Karen Martin, Wilburn Norman 
Bottom row: Charles Haefer, Terry Butler, Carl Hartmann, Catherine Enright, secretary; Maria Thys, president; Clarence Girtcb, vice president; 

Tlieresa Kaplan, treasurer; David Pitzele, Joyce Rieger 
Xot in panel: Marilyn Ganschow 

AMERICAN RECREATION SOCIETY acquaints P e 0p u with 

the recreation field as problems pertaining to recreation are solved 



AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURAL 

HjIN vtI.INI -Cj-Cj-Tv^ promotes professional interest, social and educational activities among 

agricultural engineering students 



Top row : Herschel Klueter, James Allen, Earl Evans, Richard Provart, William Newton, Lawrence Cook, Hernando Durana, William McCartney 
Second row: Wayne Gruben, George Jedlicka, Ray Dietz, John Monteith, Alfred Wilde, Lester Rippy, Darland Smith. Ralph Gee. Loren Maxev 
Bottorn row: Prof. Benjamin Jones, advisor; Kenneth Stone, secretary; Irvin Eickmeyer, rice president; John Replogle, president ; Millard Darnall, 
treasurer; Jack Davison, scribe; Prof. Frank Lanham, head of department 




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The Arnold Air Society is a national hono- 
rary fraternal organization for advanced 
AFROTC cadets. Members of the society 
must manifest a high degree of interest in 
the United States Air Force and the military 
security of the United States. 

The University of Illinois Unit of the so- 
ciety, Squadron A-3, was founded in Febru- 
ary 1949. It is called the Jake Schaeffer 
Squadron in honor of the first University of 
Illinois graduate to lose his life in World 
War II. 

The purpose of the society is to further the 
mission, tradition, and concept of the United 
States Air Force. This objective is achieved 
by presenting a varied program of speakers, 
movies, and discussions at their meetings 
which are held twice a month. By the accom- 
plishment of its purpose, the Arnold Air So- 
ciety aids the Air Force in procuring the 
officers of the highest caliber. 




officers — Top row: Jack Pettis, adjutant-recorder; James Whitt, special 
projects officer 

Bottom row: Norman Thorpe, information service officer; Dolores Brence, 
sponsor; James Ronk, sijuudron commander ; Donald Denby, execu- 
tive officer; Richard Ewan, finance officer 

Not in panel : George Wells, operations officer 



ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY 



Top row: Arthur Py, Richard Muerle. John Kntz. Earl Heacock, Arthur Hall, James Meyer, Richard Wolgamott, Richard Mercer, Homer Koop, 

Robert McNally, Donald Parker, David Porter, Daniel Kurowski, Lauren Young. Leonard Santow, Joseph Phillips. Robert Fouchard 
Third row : John Cory, Bruce Cone, Ralph Jaenicke, Neale Elsby, Carleton Weber, Richard Walthers, Earl Kingman, Richard Lee, Don DeBolt, 

John Whitman, Donald Eckert, Russell Welker, Alexander Booras, Salvatore Grisaffe, John Birkey, William Gossett, Roger Parrish, Russell 

Ellis, Harold Walden, Maxwell Newport 
Second row: Norman Thorpe, Richard Ewan, James Whitt, Capt. James Davy, advisor; Maj. Walser Harms, advisor; James Ronk, Dolores Brence, 

Col. James Howder, Capt. Donald Hamaker, advisor; Alan Cole. Donald Denby, Jack Pettis 
Bottom row: James Whitehead, William Miller, William Korbus, Donald Bowers. John Gardner, Donald Hortberg, Teddie Brown, Byron Connell, 

Lynn Harper, Norman Gross, Ronald Gilbert, Robert Eberhart, Richard Clark, Richard Abrahamson 
Not in panel : George Wells, Jacob Grossman, Richard Lower 





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Top row: Robert Troost, George Blanke, Hans Bell, Norton Murphy, William Schulz, Philip Seges, William Perry, Kay Mihevc, Samuel Smith, 

James Tison, Ralph Yunker, Philip DelMastro, Roger Erickson, Edward Ladewski, Robert Wozniak, Kenneth Zimmerman 
Third row: Thomas Posey, Robert Brozio, Norman Roden, Walter Phelps, Ronald Bjick, Charles Grigg, Frank Blazek, Dale Sonney, Harry Brunr 

ner, Ronald Leahy, Robert Wu, Robert Randolph, David Bergen, John Buehler, Stanley Scholl, Ralph Easley, David Heindel, Richard Polinski 
Second row: John Shapland, Dale Ballinger, James Chamberlin. Richard Luettich, Alfred Cohen, John Prete, Richard Siegle, Dario Gomez, John 

Oange, Frank Benda, Arthur Bader, Roy Allen, Frederick Juliano, Patricia Hogeveen, Robert Grulke, Eugene Joerns, Donald Eckmann, Gerald 

Lasko, Frederic Saviski 
Bottom row: Prof. Eugene Daily, advisor; Steven Fenves, Clarence Hauschild, Raymond Miles, treasurer; Daniel Kurowski, Roy Cousins, James 

Daly, Otis Michels, president; Miroslaw Noyszewski, secretary; Roger Werner, Adrian Stonecipher, David Edinondson, Perry Tanner, Richard 

Capek, Martin Cawley 
Not in panel: Robert Waddick, t:i<-r president 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS furnishes 

constructive activities and opportunities for professional association 

(^OMMliilxl^rj (^OUJN(^l_Li brings matters of student concern to members of 

the Commerce faculty 

Top row: Thomas Rothgeb, Raymond Pitchford, David Fewkes, Donald Shanks. John Lytle, Robert Witherspoon 

Third row: Wayne Aper, Roy Turchen, Herbert Pettersen, Marlene Stein. Michael Kuhn 

Second row: Ross Rolander, secretary; Virginia Churchill, treasurer; Leonard Bettinger, president; Harold Harrigian, vice president; Emerson 

Cammack, advisor 
Bottom row: Paul Goldstein, Joel Miller, John Fosha, Sherwin Malis, William Trunck, Richard Pisoni, Willard Mathews 
Not in panel: Roger Lewis, Lawrence Goldman, Frances Szymanski, Wayne Schneider 




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Top roxo : Robert Anderson, John Beeftink, Albert Ruzicka, Ronald Bowers, vice president; Prof. Joseph Tobias, Charles Hackl, secretary; Leon 
Langhauser, Lauren Dunaway, Norman Freeman 

Second row: John Hess, Frederick Jaronitzky, Ronald Starvvalt, Richard Delhey, Gordon Schnepper, president; Dwight Ringhausen, treasurer; Ed- 
ward Glubczynski, Robert Svehla, Arthur Welsh, Stanlee Ballard 

Bottom row: James Carper, Larry Heck, Richard Johnson, Richard Heise, Albert Linden, Lee West, Carl Benning, Carl Gustafson, Raymond 
Ebbert 

DAIRY TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY arouses enthusiasm for greater 

knowledge of the dairy industry 



DELTA SIGMA OMICRON provides physical, social, recreational 

ademic and occupational welfare for the physically handicapped 



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Top roxo: Bruce Wiemer, Lola Lange, Donald Doney, Thomas Hein, William Wilkin, Prof. Timothy Nugent, advisor; Bruce Karr, Thomas Williams, 

James Stewart, Clarence Crooks, Marjorie Nelson, Jane King, Edward Ausmus 
Third row: Bernard Shufelt. Ralph Patzke, Thomas Jones, Donald Glyn, Frank Doloszycki, Herbert Nosker, Charles Dahncke, Ja-Cy Thomas 
Second row: Phyllis Voy, Janice Kressin, Marylou Meinert, Dorothy Huisinga, Cynthia Allen, Charles Stenberg, Glen Bellows, John Gorrell, Ruth 

Keller, Martin Burnham 
Bottom row: Katherine Niemeyer, Bonnie McManns, Frances Luther, Edgar Whitehead, treasurer; Robert Kaloupek, president; Andrea Hansen, 

secretary; Perry Persons, member-at-large ; Marilyn Howard, Carole Hall 




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Dairy Judging Team— Left to right: Prof. Emmett Onniston, coach; 
Christopher Kunkel, John DeFries, Joe Bicknell, William Kobrow 



Since its establishment here at the Univer- 
sity of Illinois, the Dairy Production Club 
has worked hard to encourage and promote 
interest in dairying and the field of dairy sci- 
ence. They hold monthly meetings to which 
prominent men in the field of dairying are 
invited to attend and to take part in the pro- 
gram. They also hold an annual Student- 
Faculty Smoker, a dairy banquet, a spring 
showmanship contest, and a dairy judging 
contest. 

This organization, as well as being promin- 
ent locally, has won acclaim nationally. This 
year the college dairy judging team judged 
at the National Dairy Cattle Congress at 
Waterloo, Iowa, and placed first at the Inter- 
national Dairy Show in Chicago. 



DAIRY PRODUCTION CLUB 



Top rair : Keith Miller, Jinmiie Yeoman, Philip Rose, Harvey Weyen, Edward Baylor, Charles Wilcox. Delmer Hall, James Johnson, John De Fries, 

Ronald Welling 
Second row: William Mellen, Joseph Helms, Carl Gustafson, William Campbell, Harold Harms, Harold Baker, John Gesell, Allen Hoffman, Charles 

Laible, George Irwin. Martin Kovacs 
Bottom rov: William Kobrow, Jerry King, Joe Bicknell, Roger Strack, secretary; Christopher Kunkel, president; Prof. Karl Gardner, advisor; 

Maxwell Newport, rice president; Earl Kingman, treasurer; Charles Fink. Lloyd Klindworth. George JIuck 








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Top row: Walter Rclmi, Robert Tomaszkiewicz, Richard Degener, Irvin Eickmeyer, Donald Anderson, Louis Oling, Gilbert Sommer 

Third row: Don Killpatrick, John Kistenbroker, Richard Koshel, Marvin Robbins, Edward Marek, Richard Day, Stanley Felderman 

Second row: George Haley, John Replogle, recording secretary; Robert Hallse, treasurer; Stephen Trelease, president; James Smith, vice president; 

Walter Norton, corresponding secretary; Prof, (ieorge Peirce, advisor 
Bottom row: Martin Cawley, Donald Eckmann, John Kindelin, Alexander Scalzitti, James Daly, Richard Shively, Doyle Wilhite 

ENCINEERINC COUNCIL brings about closer relationship and cooper- 
ation among the various professional societies 



FIELD AND r URRO W CLUB advances and disseminates knowledge 

concerning soils and crops 



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Top row: John Gill. Richard Stone, Prof. Ambrose Burger, advisor 

Fifth row: James Day, John Sprague, Louis Myers, Paul Curtis, Leo Bergschneider, Thomas Yungbluth, secretary-treasurer; Ray Carinichael. 

Allen Hoffman 
Fourth row: Howard Parr, Robert Briggs, Willard Lenschow, David Porter, Harry Wright, Roy Allison, Walter Leppin, Morris Huck 
Third row: Clarence Benard, Donald Zimmerman, George Irwin, Gerald Johnson, John Fleckenstein, Charles Laible, Douglas Golden, Harvey Weyen, 

Charles Byerly 
Second row: Charles Burrus, David Mourey. Charles Wargel, Lloyd Klindworth. Paul Hinrichs, Robert Knudson. Merle Mulvaney, Cyrus Nichols 
Bottom row: Sidney Hutchcraft, Darrell Miller, Wayne Dolk, Martin Kovacs, Marlyn Reynolds, Andrew McDonald, lames Stewart. Dale Hedrick. 

Duane Swarts, president 
Mot in panel: Gordon Reichert, vice president; William Campbell 





Top row : Prof. James Kamp. Dr. Charles Ackerman, Gail Fosler, David Main. Richard Owen 

Fourth row: John Bleck, treasurer; Prof. John Culbert, Theodore Eck, president ; Marvin Carhonneau, Anton Vilt, Prof. Frederick Weinard 

Third row: Sidney Rutledge, Carl Enge, secretary; Cornelius Flynn, Frederick Seibold, rice president; Ronald Parker 

Second row: Eugene Draniin, Robert Forbes, Neil Grant. James Houser, Charles Seibold 

Bottom row: Herbert Hannagan, Eldon Aimer, James Fizzell, Ervin Bundy 

r LOlvlCdJlj 1 Urvrj C<L/Ur> stimulates interest in floriculture 



FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA promotes .he teaching 

profession and is dedicated to the welfare of children 



Top row: Diana Rea, Peter Torchia, Sheila Solomon, Audrey Faletti, Stella Olfanos, Constance Sucherman 

Third row: Gladys Gjerde, Oharna Sugerman, Judith Bremer, Eleanor Cowan, Sharon Goldstein, Ruth Medwedowsky, Ann Harvey, Elizabeth Arm- 
strong, Mary Herman, George Kimber, Ruby McCormick, Ralph Eiseman, Ruth Perls, Diane Calder, Ann Farrell 

Second row: Rheta Julian, Lorraine Zoberman, Myrna Jacobson, Evelyn Harner, Julia Smith, Doris Sapeer, Esther Rosenfeld, Jean Schlesinger, 
Tamara Wolczek, Yolanda Tong, Virginia Defini, Claire Freeman, Isabell Gedwill 

Bottom roir: Adele Crane, Rita Borri, Lois Lande, Carol Goldstein, Clara Lueker. Barbara Connor, corresponding secretary; Phyllis Isaacson, 
president; Virginia Hollowell, treasurer; Akiko Oyama, recording secretary; Norma Linkow, Harriet Essock, Barbara Forgy, Prof. John McGil], 
advisor 

Not in panel: Betty Mungai. vice president: Carolyn Carlson, Margaret Caskey. Laville Dix, Merle Grollemond, Marsha Lusk, Ann Meyer, Edward 
Moore, Helga Ross, Adrienne Siegel, Zina Berman, Helen Minard, Doris Perlin, Eleanor Cowan, Isabell Mayoral, Mary Lavin, Ruth Shamberg 







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Top row ■ George Mizuguchi, Tuck Lee, Robert Kittaka, Masahiro Fukuda, Clarence Kambara, Ray Fujinaga, David Chun, Edward Lee, Charles Lee, 
Takashi Mori, John Kitazaki 

Third row: Arthur Ikeda, Morris Hosoda, Norman Hallett, Fred Horiuchi, Richard Atwood, Donald Olilson, Yoshio Koyasako, Arthur Patoff, Don- 
ald Chong, Hiroshi Abe, Gary Taki 

Second row: Katherine Takimoto, George Fukuda, rice president; Eiko Hibiya, corresponding secretary; Donald Goo, president; Prof. Bruce Main- 
mis, advisor; Sylvia Arakawa, recording secretary; Ray Fukumoto, treasurer; Mary Fung, Doris Kawasaki 

Bottom row : Naomi Isbino, Sue Atwood, Dorothy Fung, Elsa Tong, June Kawamoto, Frances Ige, Amy Yoshino, Ruth Muraoka 

JnlrWVrVll v^IjU-D fosters greater fellowship and encourages the development of 

cultural understanding 

HOME ECONOMICS CLUB promotes friendship and furthers interest 

in Home Economics 

Top row: Mary Jensen, Sally Parkinson, Nina Sanders, Sharon Hoffmann, Mary Piper, Eleanor Masters, Laura Wilson, Carol Tascher, Carol Bos- 
ton, Susan Kahl, Ann Laane, Patricia Schnulle, Angie Putt, Mary Jo Cunningham, Mary Lindsey 

Fifth row: Marion Rowley, Jean Rushton, Nancy Jo Ingold, Dorothy Harms, Elsie Patterson, Phyllis Floyd, Nancy Moeller, Sylvia Wineland, Helen 
Meyers, Carolyn Burrus, Nancy Womeldorff, Darby McGinty, Janet Schaffnit, Betty Hanther, Ervin Young, Joan Droy 

Fourth row: Marilyn Chesnut, Elizabeth Roe, Marcia Manring, Mary Smith, Elizabeth Austin, Mildred Player, Marilyn Huber, Irlene Parrill, Ima 
Jean Bassler, Ruth Behrends, Joyce Prosser, Clara Neylon, Audrey Nelson 

Third row : Clara Putnam, Joyce Poggioli, Mario Lange, Nancy Gossett, Madelyn Wyss, Delores Read, Anna Elger, Frances Smith, Marilyn Morine, 
Nancy Judd, Elaine Oderkirk, Nancy Lehmer, Doris Crist 

Second row: Martha Massie, treasurer; Marjorie Hoerdt, Patricia McCartney. Nancy Tomm, rice president; Carolyn Land, president; Barbara Boyd, 
secretary; Judith Gates, Janet Turney, Doris Williams, Lois Bauer. Mary Beattie. Martha Rosenberger, Marie Putnam 

Bottom row: Jean Kornegger, Edna McCue, Ruth Rohl, Nancy Brown, Carol Lindstrum, Nina Baird, Carole Greathouse, Dorothy Kramer, Juliann 
Ankenbrand. Vivienne Huffman 

Not in panel: Susan Burhop, Bette Hammond, Arlene Huddleston, Kathleen Monaghan, Carol Muenter, Charmaine Tourville, Gayle Wolff 



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Officers — Top row: Prof. Burdette Breidenstein, advisor) Rolland Main, 
president; Carlyle Greathouse, vice president; John Curtin, agri- 
culture council representative 

Bottom row: John Gill, secretary; Donald Rice, treasurer 

Xnt in panel: Richard Baird, reporter 



The Hoof and Horn Club is an organization 
composed of agriculture students interested 
in livestock and the animal science field. The 
experience and knowledge which members 
encounter in this organization is a valuable 
supplement to their classroom work. 

Included in this year's activities were the 
sponsoring of the Little International Horse 
Show, holding the annual Spring Barbecue, 
honoring the outstanding senior club member, 
and awarding keys to the outstanding live- 
stock judges in the Animal Science 101 and 
103 classes. 

In the spring semester, the club partici- 
pates in the Spring Judging Contest and the 
Livestock Showmanship Contest. 



HOOF AND HORN CLUB 



Top row: Don DeBolt, Allen Huffman, Arlen Speckman, John Gesell, Jack Leftwich, Kenneth McKee, Robert Knudson, Charles Shuman, James 

Clapper, Donald Prather, Ronny Lash, Louis Rogers, Earl Sonnemaker, Myron Dempsey, Leo Bergschneider, John Woods, John Gill. Russell 

Youmans, John Curtin 
Fourth row: Gordon Turnluill, James Whittaker, James Adams, Carl Becker, Bobbie Weiss. Steven Herrman, Robert Frank, Lynn Truckenbrod, 

John Carson, Kenneth Hunt. Herbert Carmichael, Howard Perry, Lawrence Moore, Lawrence Zuley Robert. Cassens, Paul Shuman, Joseph 

Helms, John Rehn, David Ash 
Third row: Earl Kingman, Sidney Hutchcraft. Donald Denby, Gene Guileman. Dale Lee, Clarence Walter. John Sprague. Paul Curtis, Don Mc- 

Neely, Roger Wegehenkel, Defbert Denby, Donald Huftalin, Robert Mohrman, Jesse Osthus. James Hackett. Howard Gingerieh, Gary Peterson, 

Louis Myers, Dale Hedrick, Donald Rice 
Second row: Richard Walter. Don Pinney, David Bossert, John Richter, John Bossingham, Byron Marlowe. Paul Awe, Prof. Waco Albert. Rolland 

Main, Prof. Burdette Breidenstein, James Wenstrom, Carlyle Greathouse. William West, Jimmie Bell, Robert Martin, Philip Pliar. Robert 

Hunt. Duane Swarts. Dale Helms, Merle Mulvaney 
Hollow row : Richard Stone, James Hubbard. Charles Fink, George Anselm, Neal Eckert, Dexter Norton 




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lop row: Walter Moore, William Blase, Rolf Madland, George Shultz, Milton Miller. Keith Elkins, Frank Donato, Joseph Chandler, Charles Inglett. 

John Mehrholz, Herbert .Stein. Sanders Dolce, Joseph Mall 
Second row: Gail Wehrman, David McConnell, Thomas Jensen, James Sheldon, finance officer; Curtis Ketcham, commander : Wayne Mayo, George 

Levin, Charles Chevrie, second vice commander; Stanley Vail, Allan Karlove, Wayne Finkboner, John Murray, William McDonald, Charles Pfeiffer 
Bottom rote: William Darlington, William Hubona, service officer; Eric Medrow, Nathaniel Shepard, James McCarthy, Harold Chevrie, William 

Ristow, Willard Richardson, James Swanson, first rice commander; Leon Kamajian, Frederick Faliey, John Daniels, Edward Dickson 

ILLINI CAMPUS AMVET POST NO. 202 perpetuates the 

interests of student veterans 



IJLLllVlNllvxH. 1 i^ seeks to serve the social and fraternal interests of independent 

men through their participation in activities 

Top row: Charles Thomas, John McClory, James Van Reenen, James Bloomquist, George Kiefer 

Second row : Groomer Davis, Arthur LeBlanc, Roger Hoff, Robert Davis. Ronald Burgess, Joseph Svatos, Charles Hare 

Bottom row: Charles Hammil, Robert Adelsperger, Paul Smith, Philip Whiteside, vice president; Sylvan Franklin, president; Gerald Vinieombe, 

secretary ; Dennis Kempf, treasurer; George Alexander 
Not in panel: Prof. Robert Mayer, advisor 



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Top rou< : Romana Vebra, Richard Pingry, vice president; William Trunek, president; Prof. Robert Mehr, Prof. Robert Hedges, Prof. Emerson 
Cammack, advisor; Frank Laraia, secretary; Richard Pisoni, treasurer ; Herbert Pettersen, Robert Most, Robert Miller, Ralph Symons, David 
Wilcox 

Second row: Allan Karlove, James Burdett, Alex Sekeres, William Frentz. John Ziegler, Michael Knhn, Kenneth Dills, Karl Meurlot, Alan Baltz 

Edward Kuzanek, Wayne Weber, James King, Gilbert Mochel, Joseph Trautnian, Lawrence Edwards, Bernard Weiner, Thomas Zim- 



Bottom row 

mer 
Not in panel 



Nelson Loar 



ILLINI INSURANCE SOCIETY bridges the gap between classroom 

and field 



ILLINI MARKETINCt CLUB assists the student in orienting himself 

to the requirements of the business world 



Top roxo : James McCarthy, Raymond Wood. Marvin Angus, Leslie Dolejs, Helmer Nelson, Richard Wittenberg, Alfred Ryden 

Third row: Harold Berk, Wayne Tegeder, Robert Stephan, Robert Sanders, William Bryant, Jerald Wells. Owen Flowers 

Second row: John Pawlus, John Owens. Leland Bergstedt, Arthur Green field, John Collins, Thomas Sherman, Leslie Morris, John Bugg 

Bottom row: Cynthia Carlson, Earl Rubin, vice president; Louis Gauen, p resident; Carol Muenter. Helen Loar 

Not in panel: Tony Lekas. secretary; Thomas Stern, treasurer 




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Top row: Frank Majaske, K&inan Carter, Kenneth Brandt, Harris Hammer, Thomas Boyle, Conrad Hewitt, Quentin Braeren, Robert Worner, 

Robert Sanders, £>ale Noble 
Fourth row: Donald Asehermann, Wallace Schroth, Paul Hinrichs, secretary; James Smith, Harold Lambert, Roger Hill, Robert Cochran, Michael 

Flynn, Roger Duitsman 
Third row: Bruce Raney, Bernard Wideroe, William Stimac, Ronald Stone, Bernard Reizner, Charles Philblad, John Wilson, James McCollum, 

Edward Rohde, Ralph Steele 
Second row: Gary Stonebraker, Frederick Jaronitzky, Arthur Ikeda, Ronald Yeast, Yoshio Koyasako, Robert Warthen, Leonard Bowk, John Ast, 

David Joseph 
Bottom row: Joe Parrish, Robert Tess, Fred Schon, Dannel McCollum, vice president; Thomas Krizan, advisor; Emanuel Catsoules, president ; John 

Schmidt, treasurer; Fred Ducey, Larry Brugh, Robert Harrison 

11_JL11\I1 OL vJrv 1 oJYlAINI O V^L/UlJ stimulates co-recreational sportsman- 
ship on campus and creates interest in hunting, fishing and conservation 

ILLINI YOUNG REPUBLICAN CLUB stimulates young people 

to take active interest in governmental affairs 

Top row: Donald Noren, Bernard Paul, Glenn Wolf. Walter Slack. Jerome Groniger, David Cade, Frederick Evans, James Karas, James Blakeley, 
Lee Van Der Hulst 

Second row: Diane Ingerson, Donald Perlick, David Vose, George Stevens, John Fick, Timothy Brumleve, Albert Thomas, Gerald Gutek, Robert 
Perlick, Suzanne Carlson 

Bottom row: Elizabeth Garrett, Mary Madell. Marilyn Boehme, Walter Eller, rice president ; Prof. Jerry Dobrovolny, advisor; Peggy Anderson, 
treasurer; Kenneth George, secretary; Ronald Hamelberg, president: Elizabeth Ludwig, Joan Lundstrom 

Not in panel: David Banner, Roger Benson, John Bossingham, James Blakely. Nancy Dufour, John Fink, Regina Firant, Ralph Hale, Edwin Ham- 
ilton, Bruce Jewell, Jesalyn Jones, Kenneth Kopecky, Mary Litherland, Frank Lorenz, Virginia Lynch, Freeman Marti, Nancy McCleery, 
Arlin Neumann, John Pawlus, Jane Rabb, Diane Springer, John Stahlman, Carl Steiner, Dennis Thompson, Ross Thompson, Bernard Wideroe, 
Michael Verkler, Arunas Zailskas, Terry Henry 






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Top row: Kenneth Gablin, Johnny Niebrzydoski, Myron Bernard, Peter Klein, Allan Kramer, George Van Schoick, secretary ; Wayne Leighty, presi- 
dent: John Mosby, Ross Dahlberg 

Second run-: Ronald Steen, Allyn Webb, Kenneth Ford, Henry Dougherty, Ralph Stephens, Lloyd Heisler, Roland Ruble, Carl Smith 

Bottom row: Prof. Jerry Dohrovolny, advisor; Thomas Sherman, Robert Drabik, Harry Allen, treasurer ; Marshall Tudor, Doyle Wilhite, Edward 
Gloppen, Robert Woods, Lyle Grider 

Not in panel: Charles I.indmoth, nee president 

ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF GENERAL ENGINEERS 

acquaints its members with job opportunities 



THE INDIA STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION 



promotes inter- 



national 



understanding and stimulates international friendship 



Top row : Jajneswar Das, Prem Mehta. Bir Sahay, Bagicha Minhas, Narasinga Rao. Surendra Arya, V. Ramanathan, Shreepad Wagle, Mohan Kn- 

katnur, Krishna Mnrthy, Gopala Murthy 
Second rote: Bettadapur Subramanya, Syed M. Reza, G. Nallakrishnan, Radhanellore Natarajan, Desiraju Rao, Parandur Rajagopalan, Mana 

vasi Parthasarathi, Hiremaglur Kesavan, Purushottam Tamlnvekar, Stanley Madan, {Pakistan); Khaja Bahauddin 
Bottom row: Harish Pande, Dineshchandra Sheth, Syed K. Reza, secretary: Sidagouda Khot, president; Sarla Narang, Lalitha Kadaba, Saroja 

Murthy, Abdemanhan Bandukwala, treasurer; Krishna Mehra, Anand Dhariwal 
Not in panel: Thoni Philip, vice president 




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Martin, Albert Griffith, Harold Schwartz, Peter Wolf, Richard Herman, George 



Top ran- : Neil Johnson, Thomas Polek, Thomas Borei 

Swanson, Richard Petrelew-icz, James Bang 
Second row: Roger Oberndorf, Warren James, Francis Bergonz, Roger Mueller, Richard Dudkiewicz, Daniel Dudas, Richard Cullom, John Smith, 

Phillip Meyer, Fred Horiuchi 
Bottom row: James Christensen, Franklin Postula, Russell Hopps, treasurer; Prof. Harry Hilton, James Piechocki, chairman; Joseph Voda, vice 

chairman; Charles Goebel, George Thorp, Larry Geer, John Gibb 
Not in panel: Robert Shanahan, secretary 

INSTITUTE OF THE AERONAUTICAL SCIENCES 

promotes friendship among aeronautical engineering students 



LAW SCHOOL SENIOR CLASS promotes lifelong friendship among 

members of the February and June graduating law classes 



Top row: Robert Gainmage, Ronald Mottaz, Dale Hoscheit, John Feirich, Gerald Smith, Robert Gleason. James Eustice, Arnold 

Sohn, Herold Rifken. Alexander Nester 
Fifth row: Richard Minor, Pete Pelafas, Harold Baker. Edward Okubo, Kenneth Glick, Morton Rochman, Orest Popel, Thomas 

Summers. Edgar Kelly, Aaron Cohen, June Helmig 
Fourth row: Robert Corley, Donald Moore, James Montgomery, Robert Rosssmiller, Robert Kiesler, president; Elias Levin, Robert 

dent; Mahlon Bishop, Norman Olson, Thomas Logue. Edward Turner 
Third row: Prof. Edward Cleary, Prof. Rubin Cohn, Prof. William Lewers, Prof. George Goble. Prof. Charles Bowman, Prof. 

Prof. Victor Stone. Prof. John Cribbet. Prof. William Warren, Prof. George Frampton, Prof. Harold Holt. Prof. Albert H 
Second row: Donald Bornholdt, Raymond Sarik, Mark Hunt, Jacob Skouby, John Luedtke, Roger Tompkins, George Piatt, Bur 

Newman, Robert Droste, Robert Pinfrock 
Bottom, ton- : James Shimeall. George Van Emden, Richard Molchan. Warren Sappington, Thomas Mapp, Robert Goldstine, Wa 
Not in panel: Prof. Walter Summers, Prof. Merrill Schnebly, Prof. Russell Sullivan, Prof. James Thomas, Prof. Nelson You 

David DeDoncker, Ralph Lowe, Gaze Lukas, Jerome Peterson, John Wardell, Donald Calvin. Ralph Madsen, Jerry Shotola 



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Top row: Vytautas Stankevicius, Vaclovas Kleiza, Joseph Manelis, Kestutis Jecius, Benediktas Zemaitis, Albert Vaitaitis, Vytautas Vadopalas, Ray- 
mond Korzonas, Arvydas Kliore, Juozas Koncius, Edward Skalisius, Jonas Kiuenas, Romualdas Milisauskas, Kestutis Hikenas, Leonas Sabaliunas, 
Juozas Sabas 

Second row: Monika Sirmulis, Albertas Snarskis, Joseph Slyteris, Stanley Duhauskas. Algirdas JIarchertas, Thomas Remeikis, Vytautas Suopys, 
Sarunas Uzgiris, Saulius Jameikis, Edward Verba, Julius Jodele, Stasys Tamulionis, Alginiantas Paulius, Ziginas Viskanta, Casimir Rubis, Dalia 
Tutleys 

liottom row : Romana Vebra, Vida Gaskaite. Stella Paealys. Vida Tautvydas. Ausrele Venclova. Regina Firant, Dalia Ozelis. Bridget Betkauskas, 
Jura Jodele, Vida Skaudys, Dalile Valancius, Ina Cepenas, Grazina Stepaitis, Dalia Miecevicius, Irene Baksys 

LITHUANIAN STUDENTS' SOCIETY acquaints members with 

the American and Lithuanian cultures 



MINERAL INDUSTRIES SOCIETY promotes a better understand- 

ing between Mining and Metallurgical Engineering students and faculty 



lop row : William Beeker, Prof. Walter Bruckner. Ralph Getz, Ronald Larson, Richard Strauser, William Albert, Michael Gedw ill, George Haley, 

Gary Bone, James Hanafee, Kaye Johnson, Kenneth Wilson, Charles Robertson 
Second row: Thomas Harris, Howard Savage, Roy Diesner. Donald Woodward, Donald Olson, John Koucky, Duane Moberg, James Johnson, Jay 

Levine, Robert Henn, Prof. George Eadie, Donald Boone, Robert Sipla 
Bottom row: Prof. Robert Bohl, Prof. Frederick Wright, Prof. Thomas Read. Dean Garza, secretary; Earl Carlson, rice president; Deane Biehler, 

president; Don Killpatrick. Joseph Enrietto, Prof. Charles Wert, Prof. Bernard RickettS 
Not in panel: Paul Sprehe, treasurer 




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Top roil': Cloyd Staples, Larry Meyers, William O'Neill. Henry Bielema. John Mumin. Harold Olofsson. James Novak. Charles Schiesser, Donald 

May, John Benisek, Charles Broughton, Jerome Groniger, Edgar Ream, Don Lukaszewski, Krano Tane, Howard Hohman 
Third row: Edward Gombos, Robert Kent, James Thompson. James Sloihower, Jerome Toman Frederick Fahey, Leon Kamajian, Bruce Brothers, 

Walter Johnson, James Barman, Donald Stanek, Jerry Hansen, Gus Chandler, John Vayda, Wilburn Norman, Neil Arends, Jack Ewing 
Second row: Prof. Harold Kennoy. advisor; Mervyn Haycock, Marvin Syren, Stanford Patlak, Lloyd Atwell, David Williams, Jerry Stanners, 

secretary; Robert Leigh, president; Robert Nicolette, vice president; Harlan Clausen, treasurer; Robert Bortz, William Harrington, William 

Kerns, Edward Renter, advisor 
Bottom row: Charles Ramser, James Boone, Milton Smith, Bert Nordberg, Charles Madary, Ralph Nelson, Jerome Vizek, George McArdle, Jack 

Jordan, Antone Kemnetz, Don Woolard 

MEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS' CLUB 

promotes interest in the fields of health, physical education, and recreation 

WOMEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS' CLUB 

organizes the women in physical education, health, recreation, and dance curricula 

To/) row: Virginia Giaclierio, Eleanor Inness, Lois Fox, Virginia Reda. Anne Bages, Dorothea Sherman, Carolyn Lamet. Betty Kessler, Leonide 
Gaines, Joanne Knopf, Paula Westerlund, Auguste Lehman, Joan Moran, Jean Ritter, Joan Novak, Jcann Neburka, Evelyn Gutzeit, Elizabeth 
.Tenner. Judith Desenis, Marcia Cole 

Fourth row: Linda Duncanson. Nancy Westefer, Julaine Brayford, Carol Ranieri. Rose Kehart, Louise Schisler, Joyce Smith. Patricia Plummer. 
Barbara Bradburn. Roberta Fischer, Patricia Albee, Iris Garland, Barbara Fischer, Donna Efner, Barbara Mitacek, Paula Horowitz, Carol 
Roseman. Janice Jacobson, Marlene Moll. Paulette Mastoon, Janice Sohallman 

Third row: Barbara Goldman, Ruth McTntyre, Priscilla Rovner, Frances Handrock. Catherine Enright, Arthurene Russell. Judith Lutz, treasurer; 
Virginia Fortncy. president; Betty Kanahy, Dolores Stephan, vice president; Kathleen Crinigan, secretary ; Irene Nakamura, Carol Bahls, 
Maria Thys. Arlene Marovic 

Second row: Helen Marten. Carol Smith, Virginia Peterson, Dina Eagleton, Patricia Dunn, Betty Maresh, Delores Runzel, Janet Parker, Con- 
stance Mitchell. Peggy Merideth. Janis Baker. Rosemary Olsen 

Bottom row: Duane Peterson, Joyce Arbizzani, Nancy Swikle, Sara Dn ncombe, Jacqueline Smith. Janet McKenzie, Helen Beattie, Bebe Bowers 

Not in panel : Donna Orr 





Top row: Prof. John Swanson, Genevieve Richardson, Prof. Clara Behringer, Mary Arbenz, Prof. Joseph Scott 

Third row: John Herschelman, vice president; Robert Hagemeyer, Paul Curtis. Robert Stevens, Phillip Miller 

Second row: Jean Anderson. Nancy Glidden, Roxanne Kaimn, Carolyn Jones. Joan Manuel, Patricia Jensen 

Bottom row: Jamil Touhbeh. Norma Hertzmann, Carol Schaefer, Shirley (iaghen, president; Shirley Bradshaw, treasurer; 

Fitzgerald, George McKinney 
Not in /"met: Donna Glenn. Jeanne Johnston, Nancy Emig, Gordon Beck. Priscilla Perry, Andrew Ekblaw. Arthur William 

Kitch, Elizabeth Morehouse, Eva Hildesheimer, secretary 



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NATIONAL COLLEGIATE PLAYERS 



Top row: Arthur Williams, president , Prof. Joseph Scott, Prof. Charles Shattuck. 

Prof. Martin Cobin, John Wilson 
Seeood row: Shirley Bradshaw, Prof. Clara Behringer. Prof. John Swanson, Joan 

Manuel, secretary -treasurer; Genevieve Richardson 
lliitt.om row: Patricia Jensen, vice president ; Vera Jacobson, Joan Sharp 
Not in. panel: Norma Hertzmann, Peter Tomaras 




National Collegiate Players is a na- 
tional honorary dramatic fraternity. This 
organization stands as a college unit in 
national movements for the hetterment 
and welfare of drama and the theatre in 
the United States. It helps to raise the 
standards of college and university 
theatres by recognizing the most worthy 
efforts in the creative arts of the theatre. 

Eligibility for membership is deter- 
mined by participation in the various ac- 
tivities concerned with production of 
plays by the University Theatre. 

The Illinois Chapter, established in 
Urbana in 1922, is the Alpha chapter 
heading the list of fifty-two active or- 
ganizations in the United States at the 
present time. 



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Orchesis is an organization which offers 
both men and women students of the Uni- 
versity the opportunity for creative dance 
study, composition, and performance. Its 
purpose is to stimulate interest in dance as 
an art form and to foster standards of per- 
formance, appreciation, and understanding 
of this art in the community. 

Each spring, Orchesis sponsors a concert 
in conjunction with the Contemporary Arts 
Festival. A part of the proceeds from this 
concert is allotted for a scholarship to be 
awarded to one or more of its members for 
summer study at a school of dance. 

Orchesis also sponsors concerts by visiting 
artists and organizes symposiums in which 
other colleges are invited to participate. 




Officers — Top row: Mildred Hoelscher, advisor; Shaven Armstrong, 
production manager; Miriam Carpenter, vice president; Lois Kudr- 
novsky, secretary; Geraldinc Culp, workshop chairman 

Bottom row: Dorothy Marlin. Il'.l.l representative ; Janice Schallman, 
publicU y chairman; Joanna Zubaty, treasurer; Barbara Teer, pro- 
duction manager 



ORCHESIS 



To;) row: Gloria Whalen, Carole Colvin, Betty Shadle. Margaret Carlson. Marie Mitchell. Deborah Fay, Dorothea Sherman, Rosemary Jordan. Ar- 

lene Polsgrove. Carol Aronson, Charlene Robin, Martha Davison, Mary Frederick, Rena Levin, Merrill H-ihn 
Third row: Patricia Webber, Virginia Blum. Mary Ann Baker, Linda Duncanson, Dorothy Wetzel, Helen Hughes. Roberta Grimes, Joleen Duker, 

Jaci Grear, Nancy Cardwell, Ann Simpson, Barbara Moone, Sheila Mason. Nancy O'Crant, Fredricka Teer. Mania Frager, Nancy Wilder 
Second row: Marlene Collymore, Joanna Zubaty. Barbara Teer, Sharen Armstrong, Lois Kudrnovsky, Miriam Carpenter, Janice Schallman, 

Dorothy Marlin. Geraldine Gulp. Irene Nakamura, Anja Kuoppala 
Bottom row : John Wilson, Paula Berlet, Paul Edwards, Ann Vodak, Bernard Mix, Mildred Hoelscher, Benjamin Johnston, Daniel .Tahn, Janice 

Sables. Albert Gossan, Elizabeth Sharp 



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Top row : Leo Anderson, Fred Elsasser, Charles Gordon, Carl Buerklund. Thomas Anderson. John Tobin, Robert Carpenter, James Peacock, John 

Suedel, Harold Rosenwinkel, Harold Le Grande, Donald Detloff, Donald Sunshine. Roland Schapanski 
Bottom row: James Jasper, Fred Wegener, Donald Johnson, Paul Stevens, president; Charles Boldon, treasurer; Richard Bailey, secretary; Ross 

Confer, Don Brown 
Not in panel: John Henderson, vice president; Gilbert Hensey 

oL^rVrvrVlj professional architectural fraternity with membership based on the probable 
future success in the architectural field 



OrLv^rvJli 1 ArvlrYJ_j v^J_jUJd encourages group participation in solving problems 

encountered in business offices 



Top row : Carol Kermicle, Joyce Anderson, Sandra Mclver, Joyce Day, Joella Lummis. Patricia Blork, Frances Szymanski, Rosemary Maynard 
Bottom row: June Ochsner, Ruth Wiebusch, Nadine Janes, Jerald Coots, treasurer; Ruth Baughman, vice president; Myrna Krug, president; Juan- 

ita Bailey, secretary; Audrey Springs, Prof. Ralph Mason, advisor 
Not in panel: Duane Shaw 




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Top )'ow : Francis Emmons, Alexander Humulock, William Meyers, James Norkewicz, Joseph Wechman, James Jozwialc, Albert Spranger, Robert 
Brittain, Anson Glikman, Robert Swan, Phil Ensor, Gilbert Tapp, Robert Sanders, Gerald Hanson, John Dockum, Richard Davies 

Fourth roiv: Neil Barr, Don Lorton. James Borre, Robert Stubbs, Michael Uram, Kenneth Gronert, John Spran, Alfred Ryden, John Owens, Lor- 
raine Harding, William Butler, Edward Pietraszek, Charles Henry, Herbert Templeton, Thomas Rigas 

Third row: Prof. Stanley Robinson, Leroy Noe, Patrick Petty, Emanuel Katten. John Nelson, James Wagner, Thomas Kansas, Kenneth Martin. 
Kenneth Mitchell, Donald Hopkins, Dennis Shafer, Jon Ivarson, Jerry Ban - , Prof. Merten Mandeville, advisor; Robert Wildenradt, John Pawlus, 
Donald Askew, Harold Benson, John Erickson, Benediktas Zemaitis, Roger Duffy. Alvin Bernstein. David Campbell, William Ferro 

Second row : Bernard Shufelt, Donald Wahle, Clifford Safranski, Samuel Drury, Roy Turchen, Theodore Estell, Marvin Robbins, Donald Hortberg, 
rice president-programs ; Leonard Levy, treasurer; Richard Earlix, president ; Raymond Moehle, vice president publicity ; Charles Luman, Herbert 
Schaffer, Gerald Brandmeyer, Bobby Reed, Thomas Robertson 

Bottom row: David Simmons, John Campbell, Donald Schneider, Duane Slagel, Louis Hodek, Michael Dougherty, Robert Vernooy, Richard Staebler, 
Frederick Gress 

Not in panel: Richard Florey, secretary ; William Lomonaco, Robert Moyat, Charles Swope 

SOCIETY FOR ADVANCEMENT OF 

1VI A [N A I TrMVI TjINI 1 promotes the concepts of scientific management 

SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS 

promotes efficiency and maintains the best standards and traditions of military engineers 

Top row: Tilmars Beinikis, Jeremiah Mollnhauer, Kenneth Carr, Duane Sheppard. Theodore Trybul, James Felten, George Wolf, Robert Smutny, 

Warren Meyer 
Fourth row: Robert Heidenreich, Norman Roden, Lesley Lederer, John Vukovitz, Donald Arvidson. Lyle Gricler 

Third row: Paul Scbulstad. Harold Davidson. Walter Weinwurm, William Christy, Hubert. Brummctt, Gunnar Pearson. James Dean 
Second row : Delmer Nelson, Guy Puccio, Frank Sugino, Joseph Danes, Capt. Leonard Edelstein, advisor; James McCollum, Kay Mihevc, Frederic 

Saviski 
Bottom row: Duane Pedriana, treasurer; Allen Haarr, president; Bruce Hannon, vice president; Joseph Marley, secretary 
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lop row: James Bueche, James Swanson, Wendel Crum, Robert White. James Svoboda, Phillip Nuceio, James Foster 
Bottom row: Lehel Krivatsy, Fred Morris, secretary; Prof. William Hull, advisor; Ellis Schmidt, president; Kenneth Mills 
Not in panel: Donald Hoppensteadt, vice president; Richard Day, treasurer 

SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS seeks «* .hose 

engaged in the development, design, production, operation, and maintenance of vehicles 



STUDENT ORGANIZATION FUND supervises investment of 

student organization funds 



Top row: Gerald Todd, Robert Klaus 

Bottom row : Martha Massie, Dean Vern Hampton, Lyle Dahlenburg, Judith Simon 

Not in panel: George Foster, chairman; Dean Fred Turner, secretary; Comptroller Herbert Farber, treasurer 




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Top row : Arthur Baker, Robert Spriggs, Robert Plozay, Kevin Myles, Paul McMullen 

Second row : Eugene Hadley, John Koucky, Laurence Frank, James Davis, Jack Pettis, Donald Elliott 

Bottom row: William Henbest, Ronald Aiken, rice president; Gustav Voigt, president; James Ronk, secretary; John Lindskold, treasurer 

1 LLiL rvA. 1 1 _L/JlirvO promote fine arts and music 



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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS RIFLE & PISTOL 

V><J_jUlJ instructs members in the basic fundamentals of rifle shooting and safety 

Top row: Minora Shirado, Laurance Dunn, Murl Eddy, Darrell Beazly, Lynne Hull, Paul Poe, James Clapper, rice president; Norvel Voslow, 

Richard Lebin, Donald Gutowski, John Mueller, Dale Archibald, M/Sgt. Norman Lasater 
Second row: Victor Becker, Gloria Runge, secretary; Mary Ann Rasmussen, Marjorie Wood, Carrel Lebin, Margot Bolton, Alyce Moy, treasurer; 

Sheldon Schapiro 
Bottom row: Lewis Flyr, Charles Terrell, Allen Johnson, president; Robert Mumm, Jack Rafter, Siegfried Reichenberg, George Gregoriou 





Officers — Top row: Arthur Anderson, chief engineer; Leon Steinberg, 
advertising manager; Earl Johnson, station manager; Roger Obern- 
dorf, chief studio engineer 

Bottom row: Emerson Klein, assistant station manager 



Student Radio Station WPGU at 1241 Eu- 
clid broadcasts its programming for the stu- 
dents. Besides providing fine entertainment, 
the objectives of the station are to provide 
valuable experience for those interested in 
radio announcing, advertising and continu- 
ity. 

WPGU was started in 1953 when two elec- 
trical engineering students began the project. 
Since that time the station has moved to its 
present location, been rebuilt and remodeled 
by the student staff, enlarged its broadcast 
day and grown in status on the campus. The 
station has gained national reputation among 
other campus stations by winning first prize 
in a national contest in 1955. WPGU is recog- 
nized as one of the most progressive and for- 
ward looking stations in America. 



WPGU 



Top row: Leslie Garland, James Archer, Thomas Burns, Edward Sirovy, Gary Van Sant, Curtis Hetherington, David O'Donnell, Robert Lahendro, 

Boyd Harrell, Howard Baron, Arthur Singer, Bernard Steinberg 
Second row : Thomas Jones, Marvin Lurie, Leon Steinberg, Emerson Klein, Earl Johnson, Arthur Anderson, Roger Oberndorf 
Bottom row : Lawrence Sukert, Martin Klazmer, Jesse Hale, Oren Stembel, Paul Krasno, Michael Landsman, Robert Nordmeyer 
Not in panel : William Turppa, Fred Aron, Jerome Green, Robert Wasserman, Lambert Bassler, Ben Vondrak, Patrick Piton, John Keller, Ethan 

Ruben, Richard Norris, William Klaproth, Charles Hippler, Donald Aschermann, Alexander Booras, Mark Wellek, Michael Sirota, Arthur Maresz, 

Walter Hoel, Jerold Levin 




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RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS 



The Church is important in everyone's life and 
students are not exceptions. The religious organiza- 
tions on the campus satisfy this interest. The stu- 
dents help govern these organizations through 
student councils which are made up of church staff 
members as well as students. 

These organizations strive primarily to supply 
the spiritual needs which cannot be found in the 
classroom. Each foundation conducts services, 
gives credit courses in religion, and maintains li- 
braries which contain religious literature. 

Besides their religious emphasis, these organiza- 



tions are rich in cultural and social life. Choral 
groups, forums, discussion groups, and lectures 
contribute to the cultural aspect; while coffee 
hours, picnics, mixers, and supper clubs provide 
social life. 

Through participation in the activities of these 
campus foundations, students enrich their lives by 
the fellowship they share. All the students help 
each other to better their personalities and char- 
acters through their work together on the projects 
of their respective organizations. 



UNIVERSITY BAPTIST FOUNDATION provides o PP ortu»i- 

ties for worship, fellowship, study, and service among Baptist students 

Top row: Willard James, Leon Knowles, John Harris, Charles Jensen, Edwin Day, Keith Failon, Richard Sanders. Julie White, Stanley Scholl, 
John Warren, Leslie Long, George Stevens, Pierre Marteney, Richard Angus, Ronald Kelder, Robert Stewart, James Mcintosh, Jerry Hogan, 
Herbert Lassiter, John Chapman 

Fifth row: Mrs. Ruby Minton, Mrs. Merris Dice, Thomas Johnson, David Rogier, Bruce Jewell, Richard Foster, James Gaffney, Joseph Bejsovec, 
Edward Bingley, George Shafer, Lowell Kelly, Donald Hopkins, Bradley Hoffman, Sidney Rutledge, Suey Fong, Freeman Marti, Homer Wright, 
Robert Ford, Willis Bliesener, David Gray, Rev. Merris Dice 

Fourth row: Esther Kennedy, Doris Crist, Judith Gates, Delmer Nelson, Gerry Tuveson, Barbara Hazard, treasurer; David Weaver, vice presi- 
dent; Herbert White, president; Evelyn Harner, secretary; Albert Fuson, John Nighswander, Donald Mulkins, Neal Chamberlain, Margaret 
Boswell, Guy Puccio, William McDonal, Nina Sanders, Sharon Hoffmann 

Third row: William Arnold, Vivian Bentley, Richard Fitzgerell, Dean Drewel, Theodore Kometani, George Kometani, Ronald Gebhardt, Armand 
Peterson, Philip Livingston, Roy Leven, Bing Gin, Claude Land, Mariann Nolta, Norma Haerr 

Second row: Mary Carter, Ohma Clampitt, Gloria Grubbe, Nancy Lovejoy, Verlene Bunning, Karen Kelly, Allie Lackland, Mardelle Krier, James 
Clayberg, Carolyn Kleven, Eleanor Berry, Barrie Zoll, Anita Boughan, Mary Darst 

Bottom row : Lisa Galam, Bernedine Gernon, Margaret Arnold, Mary Pristash, Jeanne Johnston, Shirley Mcintosh, Frances Stevens, Mary Chap- 
man, Doris Williams 




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Top row: Bobbie Weiss, James Day, Wallace Sanders, Ronald Schmidt, John Gesell, Virgil Rash, Norman Virden, James Thompson, James Mullen 

Maurice Snow 
Second row: Vernon Entrekin, Barbara Boyd, socio! vice pies 

Boyd, Beverly Coiner, Susan Day, Nancy Judd 
Bottom row: Teddie Brown, president; George Freeland, de 

Glen Zuniwalt 
Not in panel: I. eland Sninlley, membership rice president 



dent: Iris Lape, Wilma Harris, Sandra Layton, Elizabeth Dusch, Joan Patton, Jane 
tiniiiil vice president: Clarence Benard, Sanford Ritchey, Jess Pepple, Elvis Wingo, 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION brings together members of the South- 

ern Baptist Convention 



V^rYlN 1 JcLrvlJ U -TV I V-jUJJJ promotes fellowship, worship, education, and serv- 
ice among Episcopal students 

Top roiv : Laurance Staples, Fielder Dowding, Richard Montgomery, Edwin Snow, John Perry, John Berton, David Frederick, Jerome Brillhart, John 

Melin, John Kitch, Samuel Sutcliffe, Lynn Arbeen, William Young 
Third row: Albert Anderson, Bruce Hamman, Vincent Lopez, Cameron Allen, Arwin Lindquist. Hugh Fox, Mervyn Haycock 
Second row: Patricia McHugh, Jane Robb, Mary Allen, Carol King, Betsy Kitch, Jane King, Elizabeth Burrell, Lyman Wilmot, James Harper 
Bottom row : Peter Arvedson, Maria Thys, Frederick Kent, Barbara Craven, Marian Butterfield 




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Top row: Marilyn Boelime, Bernadine Bernhardt, Alan Holz. Stuart Oberheu. Robert Hagemeyer, William Blase, Herbert Vehne, Richard Kinst, 

John Lund, Darrell Gieseking, Virgil Rosendale, Henry Bahr. William Keel, Rev. Erich Heintzen 
Third row: Eldon Ahner, Frances Handrock, Joyce Benning, Donald Warren, Donovan Wagner, Ronald Wendt, John Dodge, Betty Bunte, Harold 

Suhr, Robert Sudbring, Daniel Jahn, David Meier, Delbert Karmeier, William Leverance 
Sifuitil roil- : Walter Leppin, Robert Marks, Robert Cochran, treasurer; Gayle Goodin, secretary; Robert Bachmann, president; Walter Heintzen, 

vice president; Robert Monsell, Lynn Goetz, Fred Goebel, Eileen Steffen, Eunice Schaudt 
Bottom row: Ruth Wiebusch. Margaret Otto, Charlotte Von Behren, Judith Tarr, Peggy Miller, Judith Klepinger, Diane Deeg, Gretchen Schwager, 

Frances Bernhardt, Doris Naumann 

Vj-yVlVliVlrV JUH/JL 1 rY promotes Christian knowledge and service 



UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL AND 

V^JlilNI 1 JlLiv v^vJUINvjI-L serves as a training parish for its students and others 

interested, and is sponsored by the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod 



Top row: Kenneth Gronert, vice president; Diane Deeg, John Dodge, treasurer 

Robert Bachmann, Delbert, Karmeier, Donald Sehmeckpeper 
Bottom row: Joyce Benning, Rev. Erich Heintzen, pastor; Raymond Miller, president 
Not in panel: Ruth Behrends, secretary; Marcia Painter, Dale Wachtel Melva Marolf 



Herbert Kuehne, financial secretary; Robert Hagemeyer, Alan Holz, 




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The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation pro- 
vides a religious, cultural, and social center 
for the Jewish students of the University. It 
offers the students Jewish life, fellowship, and 
Holy days; creativity through activity groups 
such as the choral and dramatic groups; and 
learning through forums, and University-ap- 
proved credit courses. 

All students on campus are welcome at 
Hillel Foundation. There the students may 
make use of the library, lounge, recreational 
facilities, study rooms, record collection, or 
other of the many services of the foundation. 

Hillel is administered by the Director, his 
staff, and student leaders who comprise the 
Hillel Student Council. 




Officers — Tup rou : Suzanne Landsbaum, corresponding secretary; Allen 
Hochfelder. treasurer 

Bottom, row: Arthur Goldstein, president; Leah Stern, vice president; 
Rabbi Benjamin Rudavsky, director; Donald Herman, recording secre- 
tary 



HILLEL FOUNDATION 



Top row: Barbara Stevenson, Geraldine Feinstein, Hannah Eaton, Sally Klein, Laura Geller, Jerold Steinman, Joel Kass, Merrill Greenberger, 

Steven Stern, Norman Margolin, Thomas Lazar, Sheldon Rosenberg, Alan Levine 
Second row: Donald Herman, Allen Hochfelder, Rabbi Benjamin Rudavsky, Arthur Goldstein, Leah Stern, Suzanne Landsbaum, Leah Levin, Judith 

Rand, Marlene Glassman 
Bottom row: Maureen Pomper, Susanna Kline, Judith Byer, Phyllis Carpenter, Sandra Berry, Elaine Bernstein, Theresa Kaplan, Josephine Za- 

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Top row: John Vaughn, Paul Blakemore, Edward Terry, Gerald Miller, Robert Monsell, Joyce McKnelly, George Storm, James Beatty, Randolph 

Lund, Craig Allen, Richard Daniels 
Fourth row: Leslie Dolejs, John Holt, Ronald Upehurch, Grace Allen, Carolyn Dunham, Richard Matteson, Roger Gerig, Wilma Sherwin, Ronald 

Bates, Anita Gregory, Melvin Birkey, Samuel Birkey, Harold Haines 
Third, row: Kenneth Nordlof, Nancy Owens, Donald Smith, Alvce Tallman, Bernard Lundstrom, June Kruz, Audrey Laznicka, Jeanette Gulick, 

Norman Sugua. Mary Pristash, Jeannette Tucker, Ruth McClain, Mildred Mosby 
Second row : Warren Mason, Jacqueline Parks, Ogden Johnson, Lucille Johnson, Janet Johnson, Norma Hilderbrand, Catherine Garrett, Philip 

Beatty, Joyce Totten, Ronald Wales, William Matheny, Bonnie Malcor, Barbara McClain, Gordon Keefer 
Bottom row: Dexter Peacy, Barbara Wilford, Phyllis Nordlof, Joanne Neburka, secretary; Gwendolyn Cantrell, Thomas Gyori, president; James 

Celarier, Mary Davis, Sara McMillan, Theodore Jackson, David Rash, Jed Metcalf, vice president; Charles Haley 

ILLINI CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP investigates ,he claims of 

Jesus Christ and considers His challenge to college students 

LUTHERAN STUDENT CENTER provides worship, study, h- 

lowship, recreation, counselling, and service for Lutheran students (NLC) 

Top row : Alexander Booras, William Miller, Ted Baumgartner, Richard Woodring, John Lundquist, Richard Icen, Richard Levon, Ross Childers, 

Duane Swenson, Richard Peterson, Robert Larson, Charles Norman 
Fifth row: Robert Hunt, Kenneth Hartweg, John Benson, Philip Breiding, Harold Wahlborg, Roar Irgens, Thomas Munday, Roy Emrick, Bruce 

Raney, Ronald Ferguson, Julius Stahl, Conrad Christianson, Richard Evans 
Fourth row : Gladys Gjerde, Mary Lilja, Marion Daus, Nancy Smith, Frances Quint, Mrs. Richard Woodring, Sara Bergman, Ruth Godfrey, Ruth 

Newborgh, Annette Oehmig, Marilyn Gamlin, Joan Novak, Lois Weber, Penelope Malina, Viola Wolken, Faye Cunningham 
Third row : Patricia Gustafson, William Mayo, Rev. Carl Weller, Mrs. Carl Weller, Mrs. Orin Halvorson, Dr. Orin Halvorson, Rev. Roger Gobbel, 

campus pastor; Karl Gobbel, Mrs. Roger Gobbel, Mrs. Robert Larson, Paul Larson, Rev. Robert Larson, Barbara Larson, Helen Lueth, Marjorie 

Baker, Mary Dueland 
Second row: Claryce Hager, John Brown, Mary Kjellgren, James Gladish, Richard Jonson, Ervin Ruutelmann, Margaret Larson, Richard Hutson, 

Mary Botruff, Ora Womeldorff 
Bottom row: Donna Hemmingson, Frances Nelson, Robert Munneke, president; James Plymire, vice president; Alice Rudwall, secretary; James An- 
derson, treasurer; Alan Olson 




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Newman Foundation is the Catholic stu- 
dent center at the University. Its purpose is 
to provide for the spiritual, intellectual, and 
social needs of its members. 

Saint John's Chapel is the nucleus of the 
Foundation's activities. It offers students Sun- 
day and daily Masses, rosary, and other litur- 
gical services. Students participate in the 
Choir, Sanctuary Society, Altar Society, and 
usher and nursery groups. 

Newman Club, the official organization of 
Catholic students on campus, plans student- 
directed programs of intramural sports, dra- 
matics, corporate communions, discussion 
groups, an arts festival, and dances. 




Officers — Top row: James Miller, treasurer; Patricia Kaspar, recording 
secretary 

Bottom row: Patricia Reis, corresponding secretary; Rev. Edward Dun- 
can, chaplain; Jean Cooper, historian; Catharine Dages, president; 
Edward Rowley, vice president 



NEWMAN FOUNDATION 



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Top row: Robert Watts. Jo Ann Williamson, Nancy McCleery, Roger Bainbridge, Sally Ross, Phyllis Murphy, Dr. James Hine, Jerry Hill, Carolin 

Connell, Milton Scliayes, Rev. Stuart McLean 
Third row: Jane Behringer. Kay Helde, Sidney Hormell, Charles Dow, Gail Larson, Walter Eller, Krika Rathling, George Sumrall, Phyllis Stolz, 

Vivienne Huffman, Annette Gulder, Lila Ricketts 
Second row: Joe Henderson. Donald McMasters, Carole Patrick, treasurer; Dwight Ringhausen, vice president ; Enid Ewing, president; Alice Van 

Dyke, secretary; Ruth McNabb, Marjorie Henslev 
Bottom, row: Janis O'Dell, Irlene Parrill, Georgia Doak, Martha Serven, Eunice Richmond, Gail Wonderlin 
Not in panel: Randall Cox 

McKINLEY FOUNDATION STUDENT COUNCIL 

provides for spiritual, fellowship, and religious education for all 



SKABUrvY FOUNDATION unites students attending the Congregation- 
al, Christian, Evangelical and Reformed churches 

Top row: Margaret Caskey, Dorothea Cloos, Robert Schultz, Ima Bassler, Russell Tiede. Phil Jones, Marvin Gerdes. Erwin Weise 

Fourth row: Andrew Nordyke, Marjorie Hoerdt, Carl Klindworth, Alyce Tallman. Ronald Hamelberg, Harvey Davis, Halsey Matteson 

Third row: John Stratton, Janet Smith, Larry Quackenbush, Nancy Forsyth. Russell Tuttle. Bobette Buchanan, Velio Hansen. Edwin Thayer 

Second row: Lee Vanderhulst, Yvonne Julian, Dianne Baumann, Lewis Klindera, vice president ; Richard West, president; Shirley Berfield, treasurer; 

Ray Bauman, Loretta Nagel. Peter Yff 
Bottom row: Bernard Paul, Nelly Lee, Richard Dannells, Sandra Buckley. William Mauck, Mary Herhst, Ray Fukumoto, John Hill, Robert Murray 
Not in panel: Joyce Anderson, Arthur Hall, Jo Ann Hostettler, secretary, Dennis Lantz, John Schierholtz, Thomas Steele, Harry Saverwein, George 

Stratton, Katherine Takimoto 




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Top row: Ralph Hale, Harry Henderson, David Alexander, Charles Luinan, Thomas Stark, James Shelly, Daniel Rees, Paul Thistlethwaite, David 

Wilson, Robert Madison, Rev. John Dorr, assistant director 
Second row: Barbara Lowis, Alosia Eichelberger, Sally Thompson, Marilyn Rains, Patsy Patelski, Barbara Rohdy, Elsie Patterson, Rebecca Ayars, 

Virginia Downing, program assistant; William Parker, John Lehmann, John Gill 
Bottom row: Doris Moore, Joyce Totten, Sung Moon, treasurer; Ronald Carlson, vice president; Judith Zink, president; Marian Davis, secretary; 

Janet Turuey, Alice Beling, Charlotte Konneker 
Not in panel: Shirley Melius, Roy Rauschenberg 

WESLEY FOUNDATION helps Methodist students continue and develop 

their religious life during college days 



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ARMED 
FORCES 




Through the Reserve Officers Training Corps 
unit here at the University of Illinois, one may ob- 
tain a commission in either the Army, Navy, or Air 
Force. 

Coordination of the three ROTC units is 
achieved through the Armed Forces Council. This 
Council is composed of the Army Cadet Com- 
mander and his Executive Officer, the Navy Mid- 
shipman Commander and his Executive Officer, 



and the Air Force Cadet Commander and his Ex- 
ecutive Officer. In addition, each unit provides a 
junior to serve on the Council and the ROTC unit 
in charge for the current year provides a com- 
missioned officer to act as advisor. 

Functions of all three ROTC units include the 
Military Rail, Camid Hop, Veteran's Day Cere- 
mony, and the Honors Day Formation. 



Armed Forces Council — Top row: Robert Haymaker, Robert Hoff, John Vilven, Ronald Easley, Alexander Booras, Richard Walthers, William Miller 
Bottom row : Curtis Gabbard, Bruno Dal Corobbo, Lt. Col. Eben Wyles, Harold Walden 





Col. Frank N. Leakey, army commandant and 
coordinator of the armed forces 



Diane Prentiss, sponsor 



ARMY 



Bruno Dal Corobbo, cadet colonel 

The Army Reserve Officers Training Corps has 
been in existence at Illinois since the University's 
establishment and has constantly increased in 
strength through the years. 

Col. Frank Leakey, senior officer and academic 
head of the Army department, is Commandant of 
Cadets and Coordinator of Armed Forces at the 
University. 

At the present time, seven branches of the 
United States Army are represented in the Cadet 



Brigade. 

The cadet governing body of the Corps is the 
Military Council, which consists of ranking senior 
cadets from each of the seven branches and dele- 
gates from the three military honoraries: Scab- 
bard and Blade, Phalanx, and Pershing Rifles. This 
group acts as a sounding board for student affairs 
and as a liaison body between the Commandant 
and the Corps of Cadets. During the 1955-56 
school year, the Council was presided over by 
Cadet Colonel Bruno Dal Corobbo, Brigade Com- 
mander of the Army ROTC. 



Military Council — Top row : Richard Pingry, Duane Pedriana, Davis Roeske, John Mecozzi, Robert Michaels 
Bottom row : Don Childress, Ronald Easley, Bruno Dal Corobbo, Laurence Frank, John Brue 
Not in panel: Wayne Weber 








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Brigade Staff — Top row: Wayne Weber, Laurence 

Frank, Don Childress 
Bottom row : Bruno Dal Corobbo, Ronald Easley 
Not in panel: Floyd McAfee 




Distinguished Military Students — Top row: Davis Roeske, George Jovan, John Mecozzi, Donald Harwig, Richard Cowart, Randall Cox, Stanley 

Sterrenberg, John Baur, Walter Milner 
Third row: Ralph Allen, Joseph Danes, Richard Stone, Robert Mast, Avron Magram, James Bronson, James Dandurand, James Burg, Robert 

Michaels 
Second row : Donald Moon, William Checkley, Donald Reeves, George Magee, George Howard, Lyle Dahlenburg, Dewey Sims, Paul Sprehe, James 

West 
Bottom row : Patrick Sheahan, Wayne Weber, Ronald Easley, Laurence Frank, Bruno Dal Corobbo, Floyd McAfee, Don Childress, Roger Duffy, 

Warren Conner 
Not in panel: Gerald Miller, Ellis Reid, Richard Lannon, Paul Myers, John Brue, Dale Foster 




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Capt. James Lane, professor of naval science 



NAVY 



Maral Weireter, sponsor 



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Curtis Gabbard, battalion commander 



The youth of America today have a challenge 
in the opportunity to serve the nation as officers 
in the fighting fleet of the United States Navy. 

The Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps at 
the University of Illinois is composed of 280 mid- 
shipmen who are required to study twenty-four 
academic hours of Naval subjects which are inte- 
grated with their regular college curriculum. 



Upon graduation, a midshipman receives a com- 
mission in the Navy at the rank of Ensign or in 
the Marine Corps as a Second Lieutenant, and is 
then immediately assigned to active duty in his 
respective service. 



Navy Council -Tup row: William Forsyth, Gordon Fales. John Trimble, Thomas Chandler, Richard Hoard 
Bottom row: William Trunck, Stanley Felderman, Curtis Gabbard, Arthur Bader, Paul I.eppert 



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Battalion Staff — Robert Hoff, Curtis Gabbard, Arthur 
Bader 



Company Commanders — Paul Leppert, William Trunck, Gustave Weber 



Seniors — Top row: Rossell Earnst, Doyle Wilhite. Charles Quantock, Alfred Krause, Charles Omarzu, Kenneth Sale, Robert Wellon, Calvin Kinsley 

Fourth row: Jack Bland, Thomas Stiller, John Donahue, Daniel Dudas, Roy Diesner, Hercules Zagoras, Charles Harnett 

Third row: Curtis Gabbard, Robert Haven, Gilbert Sommer, Leroy Dawson. Stanley Felderman, Donald Clauson, "Wayne Leighty 

Second row: Noel Grady. Arthur Bader, Frederick Figge, William Thatcher, Cordon Pales, William Collins, Craig Hart 

Bottom row: Robert Hall. Marvin Angus, William Trunck, Clyde Savery, John Heniff, Max Penwell, Charles Shoemaker 

Not in panel : James Davis, David Pickard, Leonard Polek 




The Captain of the ship inspects midshipmen 
Divine Services at Sea 



Inspection aboard a cruiser at sea 
The receiving line for midshipmen 
The Navy Battalion in Parade Formation 





Marie Mitchell, sponsor 



Harold Walclen, cadet wing commander 



The primary source of officers to lead our Air 
Force is the Air Force Reserve Officer Training 
Corps of which the University of Illinois has one of 
the largest wings. 

From the Wing Commander down to the fresh- 
man basic, the Wing is operated by the student 
officers and guided and supervised by the regu- 



Col. James Howcler, professor of air science 



AIR FORCE 



lar Air Force personnel. The cadets are given as 
much responsibility as possible to train them to 
assume positions of responsibility when they are 
called to active duty. 

Besides classroom and drill floor instruction, 
field trips to Air Force bases and orientation flights 
provide opportunities for the cadets to become 
more familiar with the primary mission of the Air 
Force— flying! 



Group Commanders — Top row: Russell Welker, group 3; John Whitman, group 4; Norman Racine, group 1; Alexander Booras, group 2 
Wing Staff — Bottom row: Jack Pettis, information services officer; Donald Kane, adjutant; Harold Waklen, wing commander; Richard Walthers, 
executive officer; Alan Cole, personnel officer 





Top row: Paul Loitz, Richard Ewan, Samuel Shoe- 
key, Wayne Rhoades, Lowell Parker, William 
Klink 

Fourth row : Carl Hoffee, Ted Leth, Donald Eckert, 
Howard Malstrom, Bernard Johnson, Karl Meur- 
lot 

Third row : Donald Houk, Michael Henry, Robert 
Johannes, James Whitt, Richard Jirus, William 
Gossett 

Second row : Norman Thorpe, Richard Malmquist. 
James Ronk, Don DeBolt, Dick Barbel, David 
Spencer 

Bottom row: Donald Kane, John Whitman, Harold 
Walden, Alexander Booras, Richard Walthers 



Top row : James Hase, David Albert, William Thomp- 
son, George Haley 

Third row: Ralph Jaenicke, Carleton Weber, Robert 
Anderson, Howard Savage 

Second row: Paul Awe, George Glenn, Donald 
Freund, Richard Lee, John Marquis 

Bottom row: Carl Eichstaedt, Randolph Lundeen, 
Daniel Miollis, Stephen Gilbert, Donald Koenig 



SENIOR AFROTC 
CADETS 



Top row: Douglas Wolfe, David North, John Lindskold, Robert Ekedahl, Lawrence Link 
Third row: Darrel Harter, Richard Lower, William Jones, Donald Denby, Robert 

Wilson 
Second row: Robert Mi-Nally, James McLaughlin, Ronald Fuchs, Donald Mulkins, John 

Birkey 
Bottom row : Jacob Grossman, John Michel, Russell Welker, Jack Pettis, Edward Tucker 




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AFROTC Drum and Bugle Corps 



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Camid Hop 



AIR FORCE ROTC IN ACTION 



Briefing for training flight in Fla. 






FOOTBALL 



Behind Coach Ray Eliot, the fighting Illini 
hoped to get back on the winning trail after a 
1-8 1954 season. Veterans Emerit Lindbeck, Abe 
Woodson, Bob DesEnfants, Rudy Siegert, Percy 
Oliver and sophomores Rod Hanson, Bob Mitchell, 
and Ray Nitschke gave primary support to the 
promising young team. 



Emerit Lindbeck 

Inexperience was the main factor against the 
light and offensively fast team. Consequently, 
Coach Eliot predicted that the Illini would not 
have a spectacular season, but a good one. Sports 
writers the nation over said that the Illini would 
wind up at the bottom as they did in 1954. Only 
time would test these predictions as the season 
began. 




CALIFORNIA 




Thirty-three Illini flew to the West Coast to 
meet the Golden Bears of California in the open- 
ing game of the season. The Illini upheld their 
West Coast reputation, whipping the Bears 20-13. 

A stubborn California team dealt the first blow, 
scoring shortly after the beginning of the second 
period. The Illini, however, roared back, culmi- 
nating a 46 yard drive with a 13 yard plunge by 
Abe Woodson. 

The Illini struck again in the third quarter. 



Mickey Bates and Harry Jefferson ran wild as the 
scoring drive went 61 yards in 15 plays. Lindbeck 
completed the drive with a 6 yard pass to end Bod 
Hanson in the end zone. > 

The Golden Bears were not to be denied, how- 
ever, and scored on a 42 yard pass play. 

In the fourth quarter, Em Lindbeck placed the 
game on ice by guiding a 73 yard offensive in 
eight plays for the final score. 



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The Illini offense took complete command in its first home game 
and handed the Cyclones of Iowa State a decisive 40-0 defeat. 

A first quarter 31 yard screen pass from Lindbeck to Mickey 
Bates highlighted the first scoring drive of the game. Ray Nitschke 
finished the task by diving over from the two. 

The second, third, and fourth touchdowns came in the second 
quarter. The second score resulted when Nitschke blasted through 
the middle from 12 yards out. A 69 yard dash from Illinois' 19 yard 
line to the opponents 12 by Abe Woodson set up the third touch- 
down. Danny Wile made this one official, going over the middle 
from the 9 yard line. The fourth touchdown came four plays later 
when Bob Mitchell intercepted a pass and sprinted 52 yards to 
score. In the third quarter, Nitschke scored again by going over 
right guard for the final 15 yards. Late in the fourth quarter, Everett 
intercepted a pass and raced 34 yards to paydirt for the final score. 



IOWA 
STATE 



Hiles Stout 




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OHIO STATE 



In its first Big Ten game, the light Illini line fell by a score of 
27-12 under the battering of a heavy and skillful Ohio State line. 
The Illini, however, struck first in the game. Lindbeck completed 
the nine play, 64 yard drive himself with a plunge from State's one 
yard line. It took just 40 seconds and three plays for an en- 
raged Ohio State team to tie the score. They quickly struck 
again, capitalizing on an Illini fumble. Statistically, the first half 
exhibited a pair of evenly matched teams, however, the weight 
of Ohio's line took charge in the second half and Ohio methodically 
pounded out 75 and 51 yard drives for their third and fourth touch- 
downs respectively. Late in the fourth quarter, the Illini caught 
fire once again when Hiles Stout skillfully guided the team toward 
paydirt and scored himself the final points of the contest. 



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Ray Nitschke 



Bob DesEnfants 





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Harry Jefferson 



MINNESOTA 



A heavy line did not stop the Illini again as they defeated Minnesota 
21-13. It wasn't until the second quarter that the Illini scored the first 
points of the contest. Harry Jefferson "did the deed" with an 11 yard 
slash. Em Lindbeck scored the second touchdown, concluding a ninety 
yard drive highlighted with long runs by Jefferson and Woodson. The 
Golden Gophers suddenly came within one point of tying the score in 
the third quarter when they struck twice with sixty and sixty-five yard 
touchdown plays. The Illini, however, recovered from the shock and in 
the fourth quarter with the aid of Hiles Stout's passing, they confidently 
drove for the final score. A sixteen yard touchdown pass from Stout to 
Woodson was all that was needed for a successful victory. 



Abe Woodson 




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MICHIGAN STATE 



Meeting Michigan State for the first time in his- 
tory, the Illini went down to defeat by a score of 
21-7 under a devastating passing attack. 

Michigan State scored first with four minutes 
and 47 seconds gone in the first quarter. The Illini 
came back with a 68 yard surge in four plays and 
tied it up early in the second quarter. Em Lind- 
beck dove over from the five. In the third quar- 
ter, State scored rapidly with 60 and 23 yard pass 
plays. The Illini were never able to produce an- 
other successful scoring drive thereafter. 

Although the team went to defeat, the spirited 
and alert Illini received national acclaim for its 
defensive skill against the Michigan State ground 
attack. 




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Bob Mitchell 



PURDUE 



A damp, cold wind chilled a Memorial Stadium 
crowd of 61,261 at Illinois' 45th Homecoming game. 
Purdue, with a 218 pound line also chilled the Illini's 
offensive power and went on to win, 13-0. A power- 
ful 82 yard drive in the first quarter produced the 
Boilermakers first seven points. The Illini, however, 
tightened firmly and held off several Purdue thrusts. 
With just two minutes remaining in the first half, 
Purdue had one yard to go for a first down on the 
Illini 13. Alert defensive play by line backer Ray 
Nitschke stopped a fourth down quarterback sneak 
and shattered the scoring threat. 

Although playing valiantly against a line that out- 
weighed them, the Illini failed to mount a successful 
offensive as fumbles and pass interceptions plagued 
the backfield throughout the game. 








Charles Butler 

Dean Renn 



Rod Hanson 



Bob Baietto 



A Dad's Day crowd saw an inspired Illini team 
ront the Wolverines, 25 to 6. 

Soon after a pass interception by Jim Minor, the 
first points were scored on a 25 yard pass from 
Lindbeck to DesEnfants. The lone Michigan score 
resulted in the second quarter when they capi- 
talized on an Illini fumble. The famed Wolverine 
second half comeback was neutralized when Abe 
Woodson scored after taking a screen pass from 



MICHIGAN 

Lindbeck in a fake field goal play that carried 24 
yards. Bob Mitchell was not to be denied in this 
game as he quickly totaled 173 yards in ten plays. 
While doing so, he scored Illinois' third touch- 
down with a sixty yard run in the fourth quarter. 
A few seconds after Hanson intercepted a pass, 
Rolla McMullen completed the rout, plunging over 
his own left tackle for the final score. 



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Floyd McAfee 



WISCONSIN 






Dick Nordmeyer 




Jim Minor 
Vito Iovino 



An underdog Illini team traveled to Madison and with a 
score of 17 to 14 became the first Illinois team to defeat the 
Badgers at Madison since 1943. 

Early in the first quarter, Bob Mitchell raced 39 yards for 
the first score. In the second quarter brilliant running by 
Woodson and Mitchell put the Illini into scoring territory. 
When the drive faltered, Dick Miller came in and kicked a 
17 yard field goal. 

The Illini kept the pressure up in the third quarter, scoring 
their second touchdown with 5:36 remaining in the period. 
At the end of the quarter, however, the Badger's passing attack 
came to life. Shortly after the fourth quarter began, Wisconsin 
scored on a 38 yard pass. With 5:56 remaining in the game, an- 
other Badger touchdown was added to the scoreboard. 

The Illini finally halted another drive on their own 10. A 
hard charging line foiled a fourth down field goal attempt by 
Wisconsin. The jubilant Illini gained possession of the ball 
and ran out the remaining 29 seconds of the contest. 




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Top row : Melvin Brewer, assistant coach; Robert King, assistant coach: Charles Purvis, assistant coach; Charles Studley, assistant coach; Rich- 
ard Raklovits, assistant coach; Burton Ingwersen, assistant coacli; Ralph Fletcher, assistant coach; Raymond Eliot; head emu-It 

Seventh row: Richard Ward, Richard Budil, William Harrington, Gerald Hansen, Joe Bellephant, Charles Butler, Jack il ills, Carl Johnson, Hiles 
Stout, Ralph Nelson 

Sixth row: Richard Perez, Curtis Griswold, George Brokemond, Robert Mitchell, Charles Schrader, Raymond Nitschke, Abraham Woodson, Jack 
Gordy, Gary Bielfeldt, James Renwick, Everett Spence 

Fifth roto : Ronald Yochem, John Everett, Melvin Bates, Florian Borkowski, Steve S/.abo, David Schmidt, Kenneth Sutter, Rodney Hanson, Edward 
DeLong, Thomas Hall, Paul Adams 

Fourth row: Harry Jefferson, Melvin Nuss, Paul Beeson, Frank Robinson, Robert Frooman, Donald Fenner, Richard Hendrickson, Lawrence Staff, 
John Gremer, William Billings 

Third row: David Walker, Richard Stearney, Richard Sotzing, Alexander Pasko. Andrew Hauptman, Peter Fiorito, Dan Wile, Donald Kraft, 
Richard Nordmeyer, Ed Murray 

Second row: Floyd McAfee, Jerome Toman, Terrance Mathews, Clement Ryan, Vito Iovino, Robert Baietto, Robert Wiman, Rolla McMullen, Robert 
McKown, Percy Oliver 

Bottom row: Emerit Lindbeck, James Minor, Rudolph Siegert, Herbert Badal, Robert DesEnfants, Robert Graeff, Ronald Renn, George Walsh, 
Richard Miller, Gary Francis 



NORTHWESTERN 



Although previously shattering the 
Wisconsin jinx, the Illini could not 
summon enough power to break North- 
western's spell and tied the Wildcats, 
7 to 7. 

Bob Mitchell caught fire briefly and 
raced 30 yards to score the Mini's only 
touchdown in 2:52 of the first quarter. 

In the second quarter, Northwestern 
marched 81 yards for what proved to be 
the final touchdown. 

The young Illini team did not place 
10th as others predicted, but placed a 
healthy and promising 5th. The tremend- 
ous improvement in the line was among 
the many reasons for this. The team 
also outdistanced the opponents, gain- 
ing 2,084 yards on the ground and 892 
yards in the air. 



Sophomore Bob Mitchell, although placing second 
in Big Ten rushing with 469 yards, set a new rushing 
average for the conference of 8.8 yards per carry. Harry 
Jefferson, hampered in the last three games with a sev- 
ere chest injury, took third with 383 yards gained. 

However, everyone owed their stardom to the fine 
ball-handling of senior quarterback, Em Lindbeck. As 
a result, the Illini voted Em the most valuable player. 



Coaches — Top row: Richard Raklovits, Charles Studley, Charles Purvis, 

Melvin Brewer 
Bottom row: Burton Ingwersen, Raymond Eliot, head coach; Robert King, 

Ralph Fletcher 



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William Ridley 





With seven returning lettermen forming 
the nucleus of the 1955-56 basketball team, 
University of Illinois fans were again look- 
ing forward to another successful season. 
And the team did not let them down. 
Under Coach Harry Combes' experi- 
enced guidance, the Mini five opened the 
season with an impressive 107-75 victory 
over Butler. After losing by one point at 
the University of Missouri, the team beat 
Notre Dame and Washington (St. Louis) 
on the road. Returning home to Huff Gym 
for a five game home stand, the squad con- 
tinued its winning ways, knocking off De 
Paul, Oklahoma, Drake, Michigan State, 
and Wisconsin in turn. 

Following two "must" games at Indiana, 
in which the Mini romped to apparently 
easy victories over the Purdue and Hoosier 
quints, the team came home for semester 
finals possessing an impressive 10-1 mark. 
Iowa, always one of Illinois' roughest op- 
ponents, was second in the conference at 
mid-season with a 4-1 record. As defend- 
ing Big Ten champs, the Hawkeyes led the 
conference defensively. The Illinois-Iowa 
game between the top two contenders fig- 
ured to be quite a battle, with the winner 
probably taking the title. 



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At mid-season, the Illini were the hottest 
scoring team in the Big Ten Conference, 
averaging 89 points a game. They ranked 
third offensively in the nation and possessed 
a 40.6 conference shooting percentage. In 
the United Press and Associated Press na- 
tional polls, the team was ranked third and 
fifth respectively. 



Harvard Schmidt 



William Altenberger 



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Lawrence Breyfogle 



John Paul 



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Besides Illinois' accurate shooting, unequalled 
depth in player personnel helped put the team on 
top of the conference. If one player was cold on a 
particular night, the squad's balanced scoring at- 
tack took up the slack. Aggressiveness in the re- 
bounding department also aided in securing con- 
trol of the backboards. The great depth allowed 
Coach Combes to substitute freely without en- 
dangering the outcome of the game. 




Donald Ohl 



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Little Bill Ridley and Captain Paul Judson as 
guards provide the spark and playmaking 
ability necessary to make a championship club 
operate smoothly. Bill Altenberger, plagued by 
an attack of glandular lexer at the season's 
onset, appeared to have regained his shooting 
eye and playing form by mid-season. The team 
also awaited the return of Phil Judson after a 
semester's ineligibility, giving it a set of the 
speediest fast-breaking guards in the nation. 




George BonSalle 




Theodore Caiazza 



Center George BonSalle turned in stellar per- 
formances at the pivot and under the boards. At 
forwards. Harvard Schmidt and Donald Ohl did 
excellent work. Rugged Hiles Stout and Bruce 
Brothers helped in a reserve capacity for both the 
center and forward positions. Brothers, partici- 
pating in his last season for the Fighting Illini, 
proved invaluable as a rebounder and defensive 
standout, besides making his share of baskets. 



Bruce also took over the job of second-string cen- 
ter after Theodore Caiazza suffered a knee injury. 
James Chengary, Lawrence Breyfogle, and John 
Paul all fit into the Illini lineup without loss of 
smoothness or scoring punch. With many of the 
players coming back for next years team, Illinois 
fans will again be able to look forward to a suc- 
cessful campaign. 



Top row: John Murray, manager; James Chengary, John Paul, Phil Judson, Thomas Rank 

Second row: Lawrence Breyfogle, Harvard Schmidt, Hiles Stout, William Altenberger, Donald Ohl, Theodore Caiazza 
Bottom row: Prof. Howard Braun, assistant roach; George BonSalle, William Ridley, Paul Judson, <-<i/>!nin .• Prof. Harn 
Brothers 



Combes, coach ; Bruce 





TRACK 



Henry Cryer 



Seeking their eighth and ninth straight Big Ten 
Championships, the Mini went into the 1955 sea- 
son with a serious lack of depth. However, led by 
Captain Willie Thomson, the Mini proved better 
than expected. 

In indoor track, Abe Woodson showed his 
speed by tying the world record for the 50-yard 
high hurdles in :06.1 at the Milwaukee Journal 
Relays. 

Willie Thomson was selected to be on the U.S. 
team in the Pan-American Games at Mexico City. 
Unfortunately, he was unable to compete because 
of a leg injury. 





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1955 BIG TEN OUTDOOR TRACK STANDINGS 

Michigan 62% 

ILLINOIS 31 13 Aa 

Iowa 25% 

Minnesota 24 1 ., 

Michigan State 19 4 ., 

Ohio State 16% 

Indiana 12% 

Wisconsin 12 

Northwestern 10 

Purdue 3 



Bob Dintelman 




Ralph Fessenden 



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Dale Foster 



1955 BIG TEN INDOOR TRACK 
STANDINGS 

Michigan 67% 

Michigan State 46% 

Indiana 38% 

ILLINOIS 24 

Wisconsin 21 

Ohio State 15 

Iowa H 1/2 

Northwestern 6 

Minnesota 1 

Purdue 6 



Karl Jonsson 





The Illini finall) liit rough weather al the Big 
Ten Indoor Championships as onl) seven mem 
bers qualified. Fighting gamely, the team finished 
fourth, far behind a strong first place Michigan 
team. 

At the Drake Relays, Willie Thomson smashed 
a persona] jinx as he scored Illinois onl) lirst. 

Moving outdoors, the team lengthened its stride 
in the fresh air. Willie Thomson tied the Big Ten 
record for the 1.20-yard high hurdles. Qualifying 
only lour in the Big Ten Championships, the Illini 
bettered all expectations and finished second. 
Captain Thomson again led the team with firsts 



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111 the 220-yard low hurdles and in the L20-yard 
high hurdles. 

In the NCAA, Thomson was unable to defend 
his hurdles championship as the result oi his re- 
injured leg. 

Ilenr\ Cryer was elected as the l c J~n' team cap- 
tain. 



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BASEBALL 




Dick Vorreyer 



Don Lukaszewski 




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Marv Graves, captain 




Victor Petreshene 



Em Lindbeck 





The Fighting Illini, with six returning lettermen but a 
very young, inexperienced team, rose from last place stand- 
ing in 19.54 Big Ten baseball to a first division team in 
1955. Illinois lifted its average from a low .267 to .538 to 
take fourth place in the Big Ten. The teams season record 
of 16 wins and 10 losses, as compared with its conference 
mark of 7 and 6, showed the improvement over 1954. 

The Illini won its first two games, both at home, by 
scores of 10 to 2 and 5 to 1, against Washington University. 
Traveling to St. Louis, it lost to that team 6 to 3. 

On its first southern tour, the team won over Pensacola 
6 to 0, but lost to Loyola of the South 2 to 1, and was rained 
out at Tulane. 

Heading back home, the Illini lost another close one to 
Southern Illinois 8 to 7, but went on to defeat St. Mary's 
10 to 2 and Valparaiso 8 to 4. Opening its Big Ten season 
against Minnesota, Illinois lost 12 to 8, and were rained out 
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1955 BIG TEN BASEBALL STANDINGS 

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Ohio State 9 3 .750 

Minnesota 10 5 .667 

Michigan State 10 5 .667 

ILLINOIS 7 6 .538 

Michigan 8 7 .533 

Northwestern 7 7 .500 

Wisconsin 7 8 .467 

Purdue 5 8 ,385 

Indiana 3 10 .231 

Iowa 3 10 .231 

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Top row: Vic Petreshene, Pliil Judson, Danny Dudas, Robert Shoptaw, Richard Gunn, Richard Vorreyer, James Bickhaus 

Second row: Jim Frillman, David Williams, Don Lukaszewski, Em Lindbeck, Jerry McKinney, Robert Wiman, Bud Smith, trainer 

Bottom rou': Prof. Lee EUbracht, coach; Thaddeus Flis, John Vayda, Joe Fitzgerald, Marvin Graves, Charles Westphal, Max Fulling, manage* 



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The Illini beat Illinois Normal 10 to 8, but lost 
to Michigan 13 to 3. They took a Big Ten double- 
header from Michigan State 7 to 1 and 9 to 5 and 
ran over the Chanute Air Force team 11 to 3 and 
Arkansas 13 to 2. This streak ended, however, with 
losses to Ohio State 4 to 3 and Indiana 8 to 1. The 
team then scored a win in its second game of the 
Indiana double-header 6 to 2. 

The Illini then lost to Wisconsin 9 to 6, but took 
another double-header from Northwestern 3 to 1 
and 5 to 4. The teams next game was a loss to 
Illinois Normal 9 to 7, but it went on to win two 
out of three games from Purdue, 12 to 7 and 5 to 3, 
losing the third by a score of 3 to 2. Illinois, in its 
last game of the season, scored a win over Illinois 
Wesleyan 12 to 3. 

Marvin Graves was the leading hitter of the '55 
squad as he pounded out a conference average of 
.500 and a seasonal mark of .450. In conference 
play Joe Fitzgerald and Vic Petreshene followed 



Graves with averages of .448 and .333, while the 
entire team had an average of .267. 

Illinois' pitching was a decisive factor in its at- 
taining a first division berth in 1955. Richard 
Vorreyer and Marvin Graves both came through 
with 3-1 records for conference play, with Vorreyer 
winning 4 and losing 2 and Graves winning 4 and 
losing 3 during the entire season. 

Robert Shoptaw and Vic Petreshene, respec- 
tively, placed on the second and third all-Big Ten 
teams. 

The Walter H. Roettger Memorial Award for 
the most valuable player was presented to Marvin 
Graves. 

Danny Dudas is captain-eleet for 1956. 





Top row: Richard Zuber, assistant coach; Jon Culbertson, Tony Hlinka, Charles Highsmith, Richard Jirus, Kenneth Stone, Charles Pond, coach 
Bottom row : Larry Cross, manager, Tom Gardner, Jeff Austin, Dan Lirot, Eric Stattin 



GYMNASTICS 



The gymnastics team again came through in 
high-flying style as it was the only 1954-55 Illinois 
team to take a Big Ten title. 

Besides walking off with its sixth consecutive 
Big Ten championship and thereby setting a new 
record, the squad captured first in the NCAA 
championships held at Los Angeles, California. 
The gymnasts placed first with 82V2 points, beat- 
ing out second place Penn State, who finished with 
69 points. 

Led by Jeff Austin, Tom Gardner, Tony Hlinka, 
and Bichard Jirus, the team scored 139y2 points 
in romping to the Big Ten Championship at 
Minnesota. Austin, who received the most valu- 



able player award, gained a tie for first in tumb- 
ling in addition to winning first in free exercises 
for the second straight year. 

Captain Gardner repeated as Big Ten Champ 
on the parallel bars. Tony Hlinka was among the 
top ten in four different events. 

As a whole, Coach Charlie Pond's team had a 
very successful season. Jirus was elected 1955-56 
captain. 



Tom Gardner 



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1955 BIG TEN GYMNASTICS STANDINGS 

ILLINOIS 139% 

Michigan State 91% 

Iowa 88% 

Minnesota 56% 

Michigan 38 

Ohio State 25 

Wisconsin 8 

Indiana 1 

Northwestern 



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Top row: Larry Tarleton, manager; Norb Sargent, Larry TenPas, Bill Mellen, John 
Bottom, row: Ed Jackson, Dennis McOnrron. Rob Alexander, Wendell Hull, Bill Tun 



Buel Patterson, coach 



WRESTLING 



Illinois' 1954-55 wrestling team improved over 
the previous year's squad in both Big Ten and 
nation-wide competition. The "rasslers" garnered 
third in the Big Ten and notched ninth in the 
NCAA Championships at Ithaca, New York, to 
complete a better than average season. 

Competing in the 25th Annual Big Ten Champ- 
ionship Wrestling Meet held at Minnesota, the 
Illini took third with 33 points. Michigan and 
Iowa finished one-two with 50 and 46 points re- 
spectively. 

Junior mat-man Larry TenPas, second in the 



Big Ten and third in the nation in 1954, won 
the Big Ten Championship in his individual weight 
class. The only sophomore ever to win the Newt 
Law Award for the most valuable player, Larry 
was elected 1955-56 captain. He also won the 
MVP award for the second year in a row. 

Buel "Pat" Patterson coached the team, which 
was captained by Ed Jackson. 



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1955 BIG TEN WRESTLING STANDINGS 
Michigan 50 

Iowa I f ' 

ILLINOIS 37 ... , . 

Wisconsin 33 

Michigan State L6 

Ohio State L5 

Purdue II 

Indiana 9 

Minnesota 7 

Northwestern I 

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Top row: Ralph Fletcher, coach; Richard Davies, Ozzie Mazzetta, Byron Connell, Denny 
Bottom row: Jim Peterson, Robert Reitsch, Kenneth West, captain; Roger Mueller, Jim Foley 



lahl, Art Wyatt, assistant coach 



GOLF 



The 1955 golfsters had a below average team 
last year. Guided by Coach Fletcher, the Illinois 
squad had a record of 5-6-1. They placed eighth 
in the Big Ten Conference tilt which puts them 
three notches lower than they were in the 1954 
season. Roger Mueller was captain-elect for 1956. 



Kenneth West 



1955 BIG TEN GOLF STANDINGS 

Purdue 1,141 

Ohio State . 1,147 

Wisconsin 1,166 

Michigan 1,170 

Minnesota 1,190 

Iowa 1,192 

Michigan State 1,204 

ILLINOIS 1,205 

Northwestern 1,209 

Indiana 1,213 




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Top row: Howard Braun, coach; Roger Bielefeld, Fred Most, James TanTine, Harry Brandt, Conrad Woods, captain 
Bottom row: Jon Weiss, John Greenleaf, Robert MeNally, Thomas Cohen 



1955 BIG TEN STANDINGS 

Michigan 62 

Indiana 40V2 

ILLINOIS 37 

Northwestern 30 

Wisconsin 27 

Michigan State 18% 

Purdue 15 

Minnesota 8 

Ohio State 7 

Iowa 3 



TENNIS 



Through Coach Howie Braun and the team's 
untiring efforts, Illinois placed third in the 1955 
Big Ten race. Eleven victories in 14 matches en- 
abled the racketeers to rise two places higher 
than their '54 finish. Conrad Woods captained the 
squad. Braun stated that the team was the best 
Illinois had produced in several years. 



Conrad Woods, captain 



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Top row: Bill Heusner, assistant coach; Don Larson, Jake Grossman, captain; Dave Sterrett, Jack Garland, Ray Essick, Fred Fahey, Allen Ruben- 
stein, Jim Voorhees, manager 

Bottom roic : Bob Miller, Donald Dowd, Bob Carey, Dave Mersbach, Al Klingel, coach; George Gfroerer, Arnold Cajet, Don Keenan, Ned Loar, Jim 
Stocker 



SWIMMING 



Coach Al Klingel's tank men placed eighth in 
the Big Ten Swimming Meet this year. Although 
this is a drop from last year's fourth place in the 
same meet, their season record was much better 
than the standings indicate. Jake Grossman served 
as the 1955 team's Captain and George Gfroerer 
was chosen as the most valuable member of the 
team for the vear. 



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1955 BIG TEN STANDINGS 

Ohio State 123 

Michigan 105V2 

Iowa 34 

Michigan State 28V2 

Purdue 28 

Wisconsin 11 

Indiana 10 

ILLINOIS 7 

Northwestern 1 

Minnesota 



Don Larson 




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Top row: Jay Sheffield, James Bell, captain; James Daiuniann, Ronald Hewitt 

Bottom row: Max Garret, coach; Herman Velasco, James Sandstrom, Sid Desser, Carl Ehlers, manager 



1955 BIG TEN STANDINGS 

Wisconsin 40 

ILLINOIS 34 

Michigan State 25 



Iowa 



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Northwestern 18 

Indiana 11 

Ohio State 11 



FENCING 



Sparked by Ail-American Herman "Pete" Ve- 
lasco, the 1955 Fencing Team placed second in 
Big Ten competition. Illinois scored 34 points dur- 
ing the 1955 season which makes them six points 
short of last year. Among the honors that Velasco 
added to his collection was first place in the NCAA 
meet. Jim Sandstrom was elected Captain of the 
1956 team. 



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ADMINISTRATORS 




Charles Flynn 
athletic publicity director 



Douglas Mills, director of athletics 



Raymond Eliot, football 



Harry Combes, basketball 



Leo Johnson, track 





Charles Pond, gymnastics 




Buel Patterson, wrestling 





Allen Klingel, swimming 




Maxwell Garret, fencing 



Lee Eilbracht, baseball 



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Howard Braun, tennis 




Ralph Fletcher, golf 





TRIBE OF ILLINI 



Officers — Left to right: Thomas Luker, secretary-treasurer; Jacob Grossman, co- 
president; Bruce Brothers, co-president; William Altenberger, sergeant-at-arms 



The Tribe of Illini is a social organization for all 
men on the campus who have earned a major "I" 
in athletics. The recognized goal of every Illinois 
athlete is to win his "I" and become a member of 
the "Tribe." This organization gives the members 
a chance to get better acquainted and fosters good 



relations between the "I" men and the rest of the 
students. New members are elected and initiated 
after awards are presented in each sport. 

The men leading this year's Tribe were Jacob 
Grossman, Bruce Brothers, Hiles Stout, Thomas 
Luker, and William Altenberger. 



Top row: Robert Miller, George Gfroerer, Robert Reitsch, Ronald Hewitt, Paul Judson, Floyd McAfee, Arnold Cajet, Robert Shewchuk, Dennis 

McCarron, Robert Baietto, Richard Klein 
Fourth row : Robert Wiman, Herman Velasco, Donald Dovvd, Phil Judson, Charles Butler, Harry Jefferson, Melvin Bates, Steve Saboas, Roger 

Mueller, Robert Alexander, Jerry Stanners, Clarence Teagarden 
Third row: John Murray, James Peterson, Byron Connell, Verlon Sheuring, Ronald Renn, George BonSalle, William Ridley, Eric Stattin, Richard 

Vorreyer, Richard Gunn, Rudolph Siegert, Herbert Badal 
Second row: Daniel Dudas. Richard Flores. Robert Roush, William Altenberger, Thomas Luker, Bruce Brothers, Jacob Grossman, Robert Dammann, 

William Mellen, John Vayda, Victor Petreshene 
Bottom row: Nelson Loar, Donald Keenan, Robert Carey, Thomas Hubbard, Richard Evans, David Williams, Donald Lukaszewski, George Walsh, 

Robert Shoptaw, James Frillman 




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MANAGERS 




Senior Managers — Top row: Richard Stone, Donald Ball, Richard Thompson, Roger Gomien, John Murray 
Bottom row: Robert Shewchuk. Robert Knudson, Clarence Teagarden, Richard Evans 



Working behind the scenes in all sports, Mini 
athletic managers perform the tasks necessary for 
successful presentation of sports at the University. 
These men are often not given all the credit they 
deserve for their hard work and loyalty to the 
coach and team. 

The senior managers for each sport have many 
responsibilities. Among their duties is handling 
the money when their team leaves town. They pay 



all the bills, make all the reservations, and take 
care of all the other little things to make the trip 
as easy as possible on the players. These seniors 
are also responsible for all reports that the Ath- 
letic Association requires each sport to turn in. 
They are also in charge of the junior, sophomore, 
and freshman managers. 

There are eleven senior managers who are each 
assisted by two juniors and several underclassmen. 



Junior Managers — Top row: Gene Bergschneider, Wayne Marthaler, Robert Little, Marvin Ginsburg, Max Whitman, Bernard Filler, Donald Fricker 
Second row : Robert Haymaker, Donald Bay, Anthony Lawless, John Trimble, Robert Nevin 
Bottom row : Richard McCaw. Thomas MacMillan, Leon Bonneur, George Roth, James Hord 



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CHEERLEADERS 



Using as its slogan "Let's Cheer This Year," the Ulini cheering 
squad for 1955-56 led students, faculty, and fans in rooting for the 
football and basketball teams. 

Headed by Dick Flores, the cheerleaders increased the spirit 
among the Illinois rooters with enthusiastic pep rallies every Friday 
night before home football games. 

Competitive yelling between members in both "Block Is" spirited 
the Illini gridiron team on to victory. "East is East, but West is 
Best," echoed through the stadium as west block members chanted 
defiantly to their rooting rivals in the east block. 




Top row: Richard Flores, Robert Patterson, William Shade, Larry Thom- 
son 
Bottom row: Sandra Fraliek, Nancy McCord, Claire Erger 



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Most Valuable Player 

Em Lindbeck, quarterback of the 1955 Fighting 
Illini, was selected by his teammates at their annual 
banquet as the most valuable player. After quarter- 
backing the Illini to a 5-3-1 season record, including 
an upset win over Michigan, he climaxed the season 
by starring in the annual East-West Shrine game. 



Athlete of the Year 

In the campus-wide poll, Paul 
Judson, guard and most valuable 
player on the '54-55 varsity basket- 
ball team, was named athlete of the 
year. Paul, who starred on He- 
bron's 1952 Illinois State Basketball 
Championship Team, paced Illini 
scorers with 363 points and a 16.5 
average. The man Coach Harry 
Combes described as having the 
"quickest pair of hands in the con- 
ference" was elected by his team- 
mates for the '55-56 captaincy. 





Conference Medal Winner 

The Conference Honor Medal 
was awarded to Ed Jackson for be- 
ing the top athlete-scholar of Illi- 
nois for 1954-55. Ed captained the 
1955 varsity wrestling team, while 
maintaining a 4.78 scholastic grade 
point. 

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INTRAMURAL 
SPORTS 




Senior Managers — Left to right: Roger Gormen, Stanton Charney 



The University of Illinois' Department of Intra- 
mural and Recreational Sports plays a vital role 
in the extracurricular activities of the University 
student. The IM program furnishes the recrea- 
tional activities a student needs to supplement his 
classroom work. By participating in intramural ac- 
tivities, a student receives the relaxation gained 
by a stimulating workout. The IM sports roster 
provides for competition on both the group and 
individual basis. 



This department, sponsored by the Athletic 
Association, has Intramural, Recreational, and Co- 
recreational programs. The IM Rec Board, with 
Allen Klingel as faculty supervisor, directs the 
department. The Supervisor, Assistant Supervisor, 
Senior and Junior Managers, Chairman of the Offi- 
cials Association, and representatives of the Intra- 
fraternity Council, Men's Independent Associa- 
tion, and the participating Independent and Greek 
houses make up the Board. This Board sets all 
program policies and acts as a Protest Board. 



Rec Board — Top row: Burton Wolf, Leon Bonneur, Wayne Marthaler, Stanley Feldemian. Richard MeCaw 
Bottom row: Donald Welbourne, Roger Gomien, Prof. Allen Klingel, supervisor; Stanton Charney, Michael McCray 




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Junior Managers — Top row: Richard McCaw, Leon Bonneur, Wayne Marthaler 
Bottom row: Donald Welbourne 



The IM department provides clean, wholesome 
competition for the students with a keen rivalry 
existing between the fraternities and the inde- 
pendent houses. Preseason coaching and practice 
clinics are held before the competition begins in 
the various sports. 

The recreational department provides activities 
for those interested in athletics for their own sake 
alone. Graduate students and staff can enter in 



the special events and tournaments open for them 
in their own program. 

The Co-Rec department provides sports where 
both men and women can team up in competition. 
Such co-rec sports are: volleyball, bowling, and 
Softball. Special activities clubs are formed by 
students showing a special interest. 



Sophomore Managers— Top rotv : Stephen Harrison. Eric Wallden, Norman Sather 
Bottom row: Harold Collins, Norman Margolin, Martin Magnet 



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1955 Intramural 

Basketball 

Varsity Phi Kappa Psi 

Jr. Bar Ass'n 

Pledge Beta Theta Pi 

JV Farm House 

Bee Jr. Bar Ass'n 

Football Phi Kappa Psi 

Newman Club 

Softball 

12 inch Theta Xi 

Kumonami 

16 inch Tau Epsilon Phi 

Pete's Boys 

Track 

Outdoor Phi Delta Theta 

Indoor Delta Tau Delta 

Tennis 

Singles Noble, 

Phi Delta Theta 

Doubles Cabanban and 

Gorham 

Volleyball Phi Delta Theta 

Jr. Bar Ass'n 

Swimming Beta Theta Pi 



Champions 

Bowling Acacia 

Golf Niva, Chi Phi 

Horseshoes 

Singles Howard, 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Doubles . . Woods and Larson, 

Kappa Delta Bho 

Wrestling Byans Basslers 

Table Tennis 

Singles . . .Zemaitis, Lituanica 

Doubles Zemaitis and 

Koemenetsky, Lituanica 

Handball 

Singles Giertz 

Doubles Giertz and Clark 

Gymnastics Psi Upsilon 

Badminton 

Singles Oei, Chinese Stu- 
dent Club 
Doubles . . . Leong and Chang, 
Chinese Student Club 

Water Polo . . Alpha Tau Omega 





1955 Point Leaders 

Greek 

Phi Delta Theta 295% 

Beta Theta Pi 260% 

Alpha Tau Omega 245 

Phi Kappa Psi 227% 

Sigma Chi 208 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 175 

Tau Epsilon Phi 171 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 156 

Sigma Nu 156 

Phi Gamma Delta 155 

Independent 

Newman Hall 159 

Newman Club 132 

Evans Scholars 132 

Jr. Bar Ass'n 125 

Lituanica 87 

Illi-Dell 75 

Kumonami 75 

Sons Home 65 

Barton West 63 

202 Club 60 



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W. A. A. 



Helen Moody, president 



The Women's Athletic Association offers a diversi- 
fied program of sports and recreational activities for 
all undergraduate and graduate women. Its aims are 
to provide recreation through participation in a 
sports program and to promote good sportsmanship 
among its members. 




Officers — Top row. Janis Baker, assistant publicity chairman; Ragnhild 
Hiscox, terrapin representative; Iris Garland, publicity chairman; Dorothy 
Marlin, orchesis representative; Joanne Knopf, co-sports tiny chairman; 
Mary Heinieke, co-sports day chairman 

Bottom row: Eleanor Kenny, house representative coordinator; Helen White, 
secretary; Virginia Peterson, treasurer; Helen Moody, president; Anne 
Bages, vice president; Barbara Goldman, sports chairman 



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Bottom row: Rosemary Olsen, Carolyn Lamet, Paulette Mastoon, Lois Fox, Joan Evans 



Kessler, Maria Thys, Betty Kanaby, Dolores Madsen. Jo Ann Leahy, Freddie 



The W.A.A. program includes field hockey, 
basketball, bowling, volleyball, fencing, golf, soft- 
ball, swimming, tennis, table tennis, and apparatus 
during special seasons of the year. To be eligible 
for initiation into W.A.A. , one must have partici- 
pated in one sport for a designated number of 
times during the season. 

In addition to the regular intramural program, 



W.A.A. sponsors Sports Days with other colleges, 
grammar school and high school play days, and 
various other social functions. At the annual 
W.A.A. banquet a trophy is awarded to the house 
having the highest percentage of participation, 
and a plaque is awarded to the house which has 
accumulated the most points in team competition. 



W.A.A. Rouse Representatives — Top row: Freddie Mitchell, Virginia Giacherio, Nancy Swikle, Paulette Schlessinger, Sharen Armstrong, Evelyn 

Gutzeit, Arthurene Russell, Rae Reierson, Shirley Jackson, Nancy Wastefer, Irene Xakamura 
Third row: Charlotte Rist, Frances Handrock, Lucy Andrew, Lucille Davidson, Mary Leigh, Sandra Kellogg, Patricia Ritter, Norma Linkow, 

Rosamond Olmsted, Dorothea Cloos, Mariett McCall, Rebecca Ayars, Carol Schmutzler 
Second roiv : Rhoda Stencel, Barbara Dixon, Lois Fox, Jean Keen, Marion Huebner, Charlotte Crumbaugh, Alfreda Phelps, Theodora Brodie, Duane 

Peterson 
Bottom row: Rosemary Olsen, Lois Kudrnovsky, Carol Mercer. Arlene Shaddock, Alice Klingensmith, Janice Jacobson, Dolores Madsen. Helen 

Marten, Jeanette Nawalaniec 










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Homecoming 




Wash-out 



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Spring Carnival 



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lllio Beauty Finalists — Top row: Dorothy Borison, Bonnie Payne. 
Carylsue Covert, Alice Bower, Anne Alloway 

Second row: Rosina Alexander, Hazel Kramer, Audrey Ostrom, Caro- 
lyn Snader, Marie Mitchell. Rosemary Kapps 

Bottom row: Valerie Gerlach, Antoinette Panlavish, Wilma Kicks. 
Diana Flynn. Pauline Mitchell 



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Diane Prentiss. A.rmy Sponsor; Mara] Weireter. Navy Sponsor; Marie 
Mitchell. Air Force Sponsor; and tlie three Cailet Colonels 



Nancy Schrader, Plowboy Prom Queen 




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Top row : Jerilynn LaMorticella, Susan Spahn, Geraldine Brence, Marina Steggerda, Barbara Seyler, Karen Vaupel, Nancy Taylor, Patricia Halper, 

Charlotte Crumbaugli, Jerallyn Carter, Jacquelin Luce, Kathleen McDowell, Jo Ann Markland, Mary Buckles 
Fourth row: Gertrude (Passman, Mary Butner, Maral Weireter, Elizabeth Jeffries, Joan Evans, Jane Harris, Alice Patterson, Karen Martin, Ann 

Weston, Barbara Swick, June Tracy, Carylsue Covert, Judith Eickemeyer, Barbara Evans 
Third row: Rosemary Jordan, Jo Ann Belton, (J)enna Lupton, Judith Gates, Dolores Brence, Mrs. Daley, Deborah Fay, Patricia Edwards, Barbara 

Thiel, Cynthia Wallace, Norma Hertzmann 
Second row: Sheila Bonnie, Margaret Heino, Barbara Walker, Judith Smith, Patricia Ryan, Edith Boyd, Nancy Evans, Carolyn Meadors 
Bottom row: Judith Belt, Sondra Jupin, Diane Boushka, Peggy Ingalls, Jan Morris, Sharon Davis, Joyce Heidemann 
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Officers — Top row: Arler.e Elliott, treasurer; Carol Mar- 
ling, corresponding secretary; Barbara Moore, record- 
ing secretary 

Bottom row: Betty Jo Brown, vice president; Patricia 
Brothers, president. 



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Top row : Sandra Baker. Jane Benson, Shirley Rose, Roberta Maidoci, Janet Brakensiek, Rochelle Davis, Donna Tingleff, Carol Schmitt. Mary Jane 

Even, Helen Reilsen, Shirley Moritz, Mary Allen, Alumni Hopkins, Carole .Sink — — ^^^m^m 

Third row: Susan Strandin, Suzanne Myers, Betty Wingler, Alice VanDyke, Dorothy Moore, Janet Altman, Kaye Ornnewold. Linda Coxe, Joleen 

Duker, Mary Schumacher, Carol Koehler, Carol Kirkeby, Beverly O'Dell, Carol McCarthy, Phyllis Swanson M^M 

Second row: Marilyn Scheuer, Robin Johnson, Carol Marling, Linda Allen, Sandra Moore, Patricia Brothers, Betty Jo Brown, Arlene Elliott, 

Barbara Moore, Marion Huebner, Nancy Ruehrdanz, Patricia Polton, Carol Spoonhonr 
Bottom row: Corinne Burton, Nancy Kott, Donna Rudig, Carolyn Miner, Janice Boley, Rosemary Stanton, Mona Munson, Clara Neylon, Kay 

Ent, Gloria Dinella, Carol Adams, Lisbeth Smith. Betty Wold, Eleanor Inness 
Not in panel: Nancy Fuhrken 



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Top row : Harriet Egherman, Jean Friedlander, Carol Glass, Carol Aronson, Jacqueline Katz, Jacqueline Ovis, Sandra Mendelson, Marilyn Pian, 
Rosalie Kranzler, Martha Rosenak, Analee Jteiman 

rl rot": Suzanne Liuidsbaum, Martha Ruvel, Harriet Essock, Marjorie Helman. Sandra Berns, Sandra Schwartz, Marlene Katz, Barbara Pope, 
Llynor Bernstein, Suzanne Schulman, Reina Cohn, Sandra Feldman, Joanne Goldblatt 
t>rond row: Sybil Stern, Mariene UluiSiuaTi, SliMey Marco, Lois Goodman, Irma Shainberg, Mrs. Mann, Alene Axelrad, June Kiaus, Rita Chanen, 
Maurine Katz "" ' ^^^ ^^^^^H 

Bottom row: Nancy Rubenstein. Marcia Krupinsky, Carol Levenson, Lois Beigei, Merna Otirver. Myra Siege!, Judith Weinstein, Phyllis Brooks, 
Judith Drnes. Louise Doernberg BMmb 




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904 South Third 



39 Active Chai 




Officers — Top row : Al -ne Axelrad, vice prcs 

Chanen, secretary: Trmn SliaLulity'Ji, president 
T\iaiii, scholarship chairman 

Bottom row : Lois Goodman, rushing chairman; Shirley 
Marco, treasurer; Martha Ruvel, social chairman 








Top r<nv : Barbara Brawner, activities chairman; 
Lois Limberg, house manager; Helen McFarland, rush- 
ing c/ Mildred George, treasurer ^^^* 
Bottom row: Sonja Kuoppala, recording xrrrclury; Beverly 
Shanle, social chair-mart , Sally Walker, president; Mary 
Amsteen tfie president; Carole Cockerill, scholarship 
mman 



ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 

II 1106 South Lincoln 65 Active Chapters 



Top row: Gloria Leber, Constance Polich, Mary Roselli, Margaret Ryan, Sally Hoffsted, Kathleen Schmidt, Helen Weatherly, Judith Thomas, Mar; 

Tjonnard, Virginia Bowman, Mary Murphy, Julia. Smith. Barbara Mrt-MH, (Jeraldine Persons. Elizabeth Evans 
Ihtrd row; Adda Kobison, Julianne Murphy, Ann Hawkins, Janis O'Dell, Janice Dattio, Carol Eppel, Marilyn Yotmgr, Amy Hagen, Barbara Kuhn, 

Doris Musick, Sally AVinkelman, Lois Fox, Patricia Pollock, Peggy Wax. Janet Sheaffer, Nancy Nadasdy 
Second row : Lois Limberg, Mildred George, Colleen Patton, Barbara Brawner, Sonja Kuoppala, Mary Amsteen, Mrs. Tyrrell, Sally Walker, Shirley 

Trueblood, Helen McFarland, Carole Cockerill, Helen McNabb, Beverly Shanle, Joan Lebwick 
Bottom row : Paula Berlet, Judith McWard, Mary Coffman, Margaret Reese, Suzanne Shevlin, Anja Kuoppala, Carolyn Pratt, Patricia Mullowney 

Martha Mollenhauer, Sandra Shultz, Martha Zenk, Jann Eckert 
\ o( in panel: Helen Moody, Diane Katsinas 






Top row: Diane Kellogp, Martha Craft, Nancy Leconte, Leslie Davis, Claire O'Connell, Noreen O'Connell, Marion Hunter, Carol Michael, Margaret 

Malecki, Martha Mangold, Joanne Glasser, Katherine Kendeigh, June Haye. Shirley Hunter 
Third, row: Shirley Bradshaw, Bonnie Payne, Kancy Mongerson, Joan Freitag, Merle Likens, Jo Ann Bryson, Mary Heinicke, Barbara Babcock, 

Frances Shaw, Mama Brown, Georgia Doak, Shirley Huber, Joan Sharafin, Joan Cattaneo, Patricia Snyder 
Second row: Nancy Potter, Martha Rosehraugh, Nancy Miller, Phyllis Williams, Barbara Morris, Mrs. Mead, Carol Dunnivant, Mary Marshall, 

Marilyn Perry, Eileen Sampson mm " ^^^ ^^^^^BB 

Bottom row: Jane Bartlett, Lee Carnahan, Patricia Kilgos, Carol Colvin, Susan Marshall, Janet Reissen, Margaret Sisk, Maribeth Hamp, Joyce 

David, Rosemary Kapps, Irene Anderson ^^m^^^^ 

Not in panel: Beth Brahana, Nancy Kauth, Judith Desenis, Susan MacMillan, Judith Loebs BB| 






ALPHA OMICRON PI 

06 South Mathews 58 Active Chapters 




• as-Top row: Marilyn Perry, social chairman.; fciliirle, 
Huhpr. cnrrcxjiondinn secretary ; Joan Freitag, treasurer 
iiottom row : Mary Marshall, recording secretary; Carol 
Dunnivant, president; Martha Rosenbraugh, vice presi- 
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Ruth O'Neil, social chairman; Mary Welch, rushing 

chairman; Nancy Hoover, secretary 
Bottom row: Adele Monterastelli, first vice president; JIary 

Jean Barrie, president; Barbara kelson, second vice 
resident; TVinna Dice, treasurer 



ALPHA PHI 



508 East Armory 56 Active Chapters 



Top row : Arthurene Russell. Dolores Lamport, Carol "WrorileTrski. Nancy Simons, Alise Boyland, Ruth O'Neil, Joanne Sittig, Joella Lunimis, Nancy 
Cardwell, Patricia Reis, Susan Knight, Elaine Danley, Biliie RibLentror Nancy Hippman 

Thud row. Nancy Set viae, Judith Maluk, Mary iHioecraft, Jane Herberger, Elizabeth yuick, Margaret Kelly. Lois Kyle, Barbara Sears, Carol An- 
derson, Maria Thys. Barbara Nave, Nancy Wahl, Joy Kirtland, Joan Brunkow, Penny Walker, Barbara Parsons ^^M ^B 

Second row. Jane Naylor, Donna Dice, Sara Knodell, Judith Ansick, Suzanne Jones, Mary Welch, Mary Jean Barrie, Mrs. McLean, Adele Aloiitera 
telli, Barbara Nelson, Joanne Melahn, Nancy Hoover, Joan Guyer, Patricia Whealon 

Bottom row: Delight Iloagland, Patricia Flora, Elizabeth Parkhurst, Barbara Glover, Lesley Rankin, Marifrances Sgro, Linda Lawless, Virgini 
Zucks, Sally Smothers, Dena Brown, Judith Scott, Dian Johanson 

Not in panel: Judith Brunkow, Linda Duncanson 



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Top row: Nancy Cummings, Janet Kirk, Carole Wiley, Roberta Rhinesmith, Margaret Barthel, Rosemary Olsen, Marlene Shreeve, Nancy Glidden, 

Kay LaBelle, Carol Bruzelius 
Third row: Constance Spangemacher, Carol Lohrengel, Nancy Anderson, Donna Olin, Carol Smith, Roberta Tewes, Sondra Strong, Jean Stacy, Joan 

iSadorf, Judith Romer, Nancy Friedl, Louise Ray 
Second row: Delores Cass, iiandia Cole, Charlotte McDonald, Nancy Gratigny, Mrs. Field, Adrienne Eames, Dawn Wolfe, Joan Prouty, Ann 

Mannliardt *** *» ••— — ^^^^^^^HC 

Bottom row: Kathryn Payne, Doris Vanis, Mai-jo Seron, Karen Fooks, Sara Joy, Carmen Edmundson, Jean Draegert, Mary McDonald 
Not in panel : Genevieve Wallen, Barbara Dodds, Chrisanthe Marinakos 






ALPHA XI DELTA 



715 West Michigan 66 Active Chapters 




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Officers — Top row: Nancy Gratigny, president; Jean Stacy, 
treasurer; Charlotte McDonald, vice president 

Bottom row : Joan Prouly, social chairman; Ann Mannhardt, 
rushing chairman 










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Top row : Deborah Blair. Carol Kenyon, Joyce Smith, Marthel Schweikert, Ann Funkhouser, Marsha Viere, Peggy Gher, 
Barbara Russell, Kathleen Vance, Nancy JSehrader, Pelores Hodges, Barbara Tyner, Nancy Tyner 

Fourth row ; Juanita Roberts, Donna Glenn, Rebecca Koelling Jo Aluiasj-. Jacqueline Wilson, Nancy McCord, Helen Worsham, Diane Springer, 
Karen Lauridsen, Dorothy Gronau, Nancy Wear, Martha Laudis, Dulorus Meilcalf, Barbara TTall 

Third row: Marjorie Knudstad, Joann Lucey, Nancy Taylor, Shirley Gaghen, Diane Pierre, Mrs. Ross, Margaret Vest, Marcia Pritchett, Phyllis 
Terwische, Jane Cornell, Irene Matthews |^^b^_ 

Second row: Nancy Mee<e, Beverly Bowman, Mildred Hepfer, Marilyn Muir, Janice Sauerman, Marilyn Ebel, Judith Voyles, Louise Middlemas, Carol 
Ericksen, Delores Bell, Elaine Coady 

Bottom row : Lynn Fox, Patricia Carroll, Sarah Tate, Rosemary Maynard, Lois Grant, JoAnn Hager, Patricia Lay, Roberta McKinney, Norma Gal- 
lagher 
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Top row: Carole Brandt, Nancy Beaunian, Barbara Brown, Sandra Linder, Erlys Ableiter, Barbara Kraeger, Susan Keagle Judith Day Alice 

Weber, Carol Bender, Patricia Lawder 
Third row: Margot Allison, Virginia Minnie, Bitty Cavitt, Virginia Blum, Sharon Lappin, Barbara Luehring, Donna Edwards Jean Innis Barbara 

Gilbert, Sara Vaughn, Joyce Prosser, Mary Beattie, Nancy Sanders 
Second row : Carolyn Park, Carolyn James, Carole McCarthy, Mrs. Harlow, Shirley Lewis, Nancy Tomm, Diane Prentiss, Barbara Calvert Glenda 

Grant, Diane Amundsou "■ " ^^^ ^^^^^^M^^B 

Bottom row: Marion A.sper, Barbara Bradburn, Susan Kahl, Marian Butterfield, Judith Mansaprr, Nancy Rosene, Kathleen Rankin, Mary Baker 

Susan Gliessman ^b^^^^____ " ■ _ 

Not in panel : Carolyn < rriffin, Judith Hood, Carolyn Jones, Jane Murphy, Priscilla Perry, Carole Scherwat, Noreen Serbliu 



DELTA DELTA DELTA 







Top row: Joy Cullen, Nancy Rich burg, Betto "Win an s, Tpsti Hnddleston, Joanne Northrup, Kay Reeves, Jane Noland, Julia Williamson, Maril 

Frute, Judy Riemens -hneider, Ann Mitchell, Jan Korngiebel, Alary Cooler, Susan Teegarden MHHT 

Third row : Janet Royse. Maureen MrKnidit, Margaret McCartli}-, Judith PtjUrson, iiliaabctli Thomas, Judith Oilman, Barbara McNeill, Viri 

Peterson, Eleanor Whitford, Carolyn Snader, Lenaye Gabel, Dorothea Lahey BBmm ^^^HB 

Second row : Barbara Standard, Ann Keith, Janice Kisten, Nancy Schaefer, Mary Werner, Mrs. Clymer, Joan Winkler, Barbara Arnold, Ttath 

Sprague, Suzanne Carlson, Joan Lundstrom 
Bottom row : Carolyn Hunter, Sonja Cuppy, Barbara Bein, Nancy Butler, Barbara Reardon, Charlene Hamann, Janet Price, Sandra Sherman, Dia 

Ingerson, Ann Ludvdg, Mary Lindskold, Judy Washbond, Georgeann Smith 
Not in panel : Virginia Shelton, Lynn Fairchild, Sharon Armstrong, Marianne Schrader, Barbara Baxter, Charlotte Bunn 




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Top row: Phyllis Lieberman, Nadine Kann, Soiiya Silverstein, Marilyn Holtzraan, Jean Modell 

Goldman, Barbara Winick, Judith Ball, Roberta Hoffman 
Third rote : Sandra Barnbaum, Jacqueline GoMman, Debra Pollack, Naomi Calisoff, Roberta Weiner, 

Barbara Goldstein, Marcia Shapiro, Elaine Becker 
Kernnd row: Anita Kassner, Barbara Loinan, Sup Efron, Anita Bitkower, Eva Hildesheimer, Sandra Fralick, Mrs 

Dennen, Carole Rose, Muriel Fuingold, Toyi'p ('nhn 
Bottom row: Beverly Greenberg, Salye Roufa, Joan Lefkow, Janet Mariuis, Lisa GuWenberjr, Elaine Bernstein, Susan 

Roberta Surlin, Lois Swoiskin 




DELTA PHI EPSILON 



47 East Chalmers 



.; Babette L»ennen, pledge mother; Anita 

Bitkower adriaor; Sandra Fralick, vice president 

bottom row: Eva Hilde.-heimer, secretary; Sandra Schwartz, 

president; Carole Rise, treasurer 










DELTA SIGMA EPSILON 

■ I 402 East Daniel 44 Active Chapters 



row: Carol Allison, Sondra Frichtl, Lois Sakelson, Jenell Bunn, Elynor Haller, Marcia Knapp, Glendora Mougin, Darlene Van Haren, Ginger 

Ciacherio 
Second row: Mary Walton, Penelope Heale, Joan Bellmar, Mrs. Ratzesberger, Marilyn Kleaver, Patricia Gustafson, Nancy Anderson 
Bottom row : Donna Tmcy, Gail Elwell, Connie Bednarz, Sara Wilson, Corinne Dau, Carol Anderson 





Top row : Elaine Lawrence, Barbara Kline, Irene Outlaw, Bernedette Cullen, Barbara Norris, Johnnie Morris Carolyn Sampson Bettve Walker 

Freddie Mitchell ' 

Second row: Barbara Turner, Shirley Johnson, Barbara Teer, Mrs. Terrell, Pegpry Williams, Dorothy Hooks Fredricka Teer Alma Bilev 
BoUom row: Beverly Blacksher. Barbara Moone, Tempie Tartt, Mable Downs, Julia Green, Shirley Turner 
Not in panel: Beverly SSkyles, Jewett. Reynolds, Barbara Bailey 





DELTA SIGMA THETA 

905 West Oregon 235 Active Chapters 




Officers — Top row: Pe*;Sy Willn.,,, 

Teev, rn^idcidi DuroUiy Hooks, vie, 
om row: Alma Ril y, parliamentarian; Barbara Teer, 
treasurer ■ |H 






Officers — Top roic : Marcia Manring, standards chairman; 

Jacqueline Orth, secretary; Anna Pruin, treasurer 
Bottom row: Jane Page, social chairman; Elizabeth Koe, 

president; Stephanie Ku^t, pledge trainer; Betty 

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DELTA ZETA 



77 Active Chapters 



om, Lois Bauer, liuth. KoM, Jane Burgess, Marjorie Anderson, Vivian Benedetti, Gloria Marshall, Joyce Poggioli 






297 











Top row: S'leila Godfrey, Sheila Bittman, Mar> lee Marbry, Barbara Farrell, Carlott* II. u. I ell, Roberta Osborn, Diane Doolen, 

Janice Swedberg, Ann Mitchell, Helen Migely, Nathalie Irwin, Jeanne Johnston, Peggy Nolan 
•d row: Barbara Langley, Rochelle Barbre, hynden Harbaugh, Joel Jarvis, Helen Murdock, Dorothy Garland, Miriam Lamar, Karlyn Kettlekamp, 

Sally Johnson, Dorothy Brnnkow, Ann Pearce, Mary Veeck, Mary Bush, Patricia Weist 
Nei-ovd row: Patricia Pieschel, Jeau Anderson. Alirp Potts. Carolyn Smith, Nina Collins, Vera Jacobson, Nancy Bowen, Lee Purnell, Jaci Grear, 

Betty Doyle, Kileen Kneburg, Miriam Carpenter, Joann Wall], Marie Mitchell. Virginia Willke 
Bottom row: Luella Broaddus. Peggy Hite, Diaune Baumann, Margaret Carlson, Valerie Crlnr-h. Nancy Boldt. Elizabeth Hartter, Gerry Rader, 

Suzanne Kine, Sharon Tebben |^^^^^^^^ 

Not in. panel: Mrs. Mann, Carolyn Land, Beverly Menz, Jere Stewart, Phyllis Hiob 




GAMMA PHI BETA 

1110 West Nevada 59 Active Chapters 




Officers — Top row: Betly Doyle, rushing <:hairma% 

Smith, scholarship ihairman; Alice I'otts, social stand- 

rman; Carolyn Land, hous< mano 
d row: Patricia Pioschel, treasurer: Lee Ptimell, presi- 
dent; Mrs. Mann, 7iou.se inuLUar; Jean Anderson, fresh- 
iu.an advisor; Nancy Bowen, recording secretary 
Bottom row : Beverly llenz, social chairman; Vera Jacob- 
son, corresponding secretary 




298 




Top row: Myrna OUeon, Wilma Gillman, Merle Ginsberg, Sandra Spero, Annette Epstein, Lynn Germain, Rochelle Greenspan, Eileen Hollander, 

Arlene Zolt 
Second row: Judith Sinion, Barbara Litman, Sondra Rosin, Nadine Kessler, Mrs. Lewison, Ina Scheckman, Helen Kallison, Mona Mozer, Marilyn 

Lieberman 
Bottom row: Sondra Riiies, Sandra Oser, Barbara Friedman, Susan Finkel, Sandra Berry, Deanna Zimmerman, Arlene Levin 




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lop row: Martha Link, Linda Kleppinger. Susan Moore. Susan Woods, Sue Leichtman. Suzanne Stanley. Suzanne Brunkow, Nancy Shappert, 

Julia Ingersoll, Joy Pavlik, Gail Wonderlin, Jane Roth, Carole Reinhart, Sandra Halliday 
Third rnir : Arlene Kuobler, Jacqueline Hunter. Judith Peterson, Jean Dillon. Joan Dillon, Susan Black, Catherine Parkhill, Betty Stilwetl, Alice 

Huggins, Marilee tfduuidt, Mary Siemer. Marion Johnson, Serena Leber. Barbara Lee, Judith Cleary, Dee Beebee 
Second row : Ann Mason. Rosamond Olmstsd, Ann Miller. Marilyn Beinhauer. Marilyn Reinhart, Virginia Thompson, Martha Schueler, Mrs. Fletcher, 

Sandra Maurer, Mnry Alexander, IShirley Uandeis, Alius Buwtr, Sandra Hnnssermann. Jayne Whitney, Rachel Boys 
Bottom rou< ■ Barbara Watkins, Susan Lee, Carol Smith. Jeanette Quesnell. Sara Duncuinbe, Carole fostello, Mary Galante, Suzanne Hndler, Nanc 

Redpath, Geraldine Johnson, Mary Drenckhahn, Marilyn McWard, Judith Mette 
Not in panel: Janice Ponagher 




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KAPPA ALPHA THETA 

611 East Daniel 90 Active Chapters 




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Top row: Nancy Hurt, Rosina Alexander, Jane Manka, jfaiuelia Palmer, Julia Smith, Barbara Gordon, Gay Bonham, Elizabeth Garrett, Carol 
Heatn, Joyce Damron, 'Mary Goodman, Diane Cliffy, Martha Keen, Mary Keen 

Third row : Marsha Lusk, Patricia Byrne, Judith Johnson, Kay Kibler, Mary Reed, Julie Rettko, Marguerite O'Neil, Mary Morrison, Judith Hennig, 
Sylvia Williams, Mary Miller, Barbara Crow, Elinor Haberle, Loretta Barclay ^Mm 

Second row: Carolyn Owens, Juanita Follmer, Donna Amos, Gail Hively, Dorothy Wolf, Mrs. Hicks, Margaret Lynett, Mary Stark, Lois Long- 
mire, Judith Peterson, Georgia Miller 

Bottom row : Deanna Yaeger, Jeanne Brissenden, Linda Lee, Judith Hively, Nancy Steidner, Sara Connelly, Jean Orr, Sue McArthtir, Caryl Har- 
rington, Jennie Wertheim, Jane Bergeson 

Not in panel: Elene Schiermer, Marianne Casey 








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Top row : Martha Davison, Martha Gross, Andrea Lombard, Janet Nichols. Isabel Burgess, Barbara Burr, Marjorie Bean, Nancy Paxton, Helen 
Hughes, Mary Wernecke, Barbara Dixon, Euthann Reinhard, Mary Adsit, Sarah Mitchener, Patricia Bliss, JoAnn Williamson, Ethelann Cole, 
■Tane Burnett 

Third rou; .- Jill Wallace, Janice Frazier, Patricia Mitchell, Sally Barton, Susan Howarth, Gayle Gundlach, Eleanor Palm, Patricia Butler, Karen Mc- 
Carthy, Mary Marvel, Janice Huil, Barbara Russell, Patricia Miller, Carol Walker 

Second, row: Joan Frazier, Elizabeth Griffin, Vcuny Scott, Shirley Mcvicar, Peggy Handley, Eleanor Mayne, Celia O'Keefe, Mary Krempel, Leslie 
Ator, Doris Vogt, Catherine Howard, Judith Munnis 

Bottom row: Carol Balds, Adlon Dohme, Margaret Moots, Mary Ann Shurtz, Shirley Henderson, Jane Park, Laura French, Marilyn Narland, Con- 
stance Schwabe, Judy Clark, Helen White HH^B^^^^m ^*^ *^^w^^^— 

Not in panel: Mrs. Jordan, La Verne Pascheu, Eleanor Machin Bfcj^^ 





KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 



1102 South Lincoln 83 Active Chapters 



Top row: Pegw Handley, ftow< chairman: Karen 
Carthy, pledfr* trainer; .Tnnice Ttcil, ticuauier 
ytlom ruu Celia O'Kfeie, vice president; Eleanor Mayne, 
president 










lop row: Judith Coleman, Kathryn Sloan, Martha Hambrick, Donna Graham, Barbara Reynolds, Duaue Peterson, Brunhild Schneeman, Betty 

Durkee, Elizabeth Pearce, Joyce Pisors, Dolores Gubser, Joanne Stewart, Merrill Hahn, Betty Shadle 
Second row : Sara Bergman, Shirley Herbert, Nancy Frankson, Mary Purcell, Joan Smith, Ruth Green, Mrs. Moeller, Martha Hahn, Winifred Long, 

Vivian Peuckert, Jane Pomerenke, Sylvia Cay ten 
Bottom row : Frances Austin, Sonja Edgren, Marsha Marsh, Mary Latt, Joyce Lutz, Norma Schroeder, Judith Weller, Donna Schuett, Norma 

Christiansen 
Not in panel: Judith Lulz 





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Top row: Susan Kline Myrna Pearl, Enid Kosbie, Diane Smith, Deborah Cohen, Barbara Herzog, Elise Gutter, Patricia Klein, Sandra Tronsky, 

Wynne Horwieh 
Third row: Audrey Ni meroff, Paula Wasserman, Maria Golden, Diane Kayner, Wallis Helford, Merle Berkson, Joyce Cohler, Janice Chessen, Carole 

Glick «^— _. f^^^^ ^M 

Secnvd rnv< ■ Joyce Ta\TQor. Barbara BasTces, Iris Altschuler, Rena Levin, Eleanor Ford, Mrs. Heymann, Libby Brainin, Evelle Shkolnik, Lois 

Fremder "7 " . ^^^ ^^Wi^^JJ 

Bottom row: Marilyn Ituda, Judith Simonson. Joyce Tunik, Sandra Me-sse, Carol Gla^man, (rloria Krashen, Anita Werner, Sheila Weinberg 




PHI SIGMA SIGMA 

306 East Gregory 25 Active Chapters 




[tuna Levin, vice president; Libby Bra- 
inin, tre.osxwcr 
Bottom row: Joyce Ta>mor, secretary; Eleanor Ford, presi- 
dent; Carole Glick, member-atlargr 







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Top row: Judith Dawson, Helen jSitliuli, Judith Reinhard, Lynn Tobin, Lois Backer, Molly Creiner, Rebecca Chase, Paula Bresee, Ray B 

ley Moore, Marlene lirown, Patricia Amlin, Patricia Louy, Barbara Devr\ . Margaret Redgwick, Ann Howard, Sylvia Lord 
J hird row: Mary Lawrence, Ruth Hawkins, Rhea Peterson, Jane Redsrwiek, Paula Miller, Parol Hoffie, Nancy Fischer, Sally Fischer, A 
Judith Swain, Barbara Fritz, Karen Biddle, Marjorie Howard, Anne Alloway HHBBB^Mb "^^ WBB 

Second row: Mary Hagebush, Carol Lundin, Janice Locher, Sharon Beckmeyer, JoAnn Stork, Joan Groth, Doralie Flutchei , Mis. Taylor, Mary Hart- 
ray, Josephine Hendricks, Ann Gaskins, Ann Winters, Jeanne Brunkow 

Bottom row: Merilyn Bever, Arline Bergquist, Sallie Cappa, Diana Flynn, Patricia Claflin, Carol McAdoo, Susan Buchheit. Mary Forsyth, Nellie 
McLaughlin, Molly Long, Jacqueline Sowers, Carolyn Peterson 

Not in panel: Sylvia Naranick, Rebecca Ayars, Sharon Dexter, Martha Sandford, Mary Sanford, Mary Sawyer, Nancy Webber 






op row: Virginia Viciorine, Judith Nelson, Judith Feind, Carole Wilkins, Judith Vogel, Alice Mohler, Patricia Crummy 
Third row: Shirley Hautack, Vivian Silvestri, Joanne Woltmann, Loretta Nagel, Dolores Bosshart, June Brummel, Donna 
Second row : Parthenia Sage, Elaine Kihn, Margaret Ford, Mrs. Raith, Jean Wehner, Lois Kilburg, Gloria Haemker 
Bottom rou; . Virginia Tearjen, Judith Talbert. Anabel Selby, Judith Karp, Marcia Zipay, Maryellen Shellgren, Kathryn Daly 



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1116 West Nevada 33 Active Chapters 




Kilhnrg, /ftutti-w 
Bottom, row: Joan Wehner, vice president; Margaret Ford 
president; Parthenia Sage, corresponding secretary 




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row: Judith Steuer, Faye Guttraan, Marjorie Schwann, Nancy KJpin, Judith Levy, Barbara Morris, Jane Weinstein, Sandra Weisman, Sandra 

Novacft, Rosalyn T>obkin, Holcno Winner, Nina Pashl-mv 
Third row: Evelyn Allen, Mimi Reznick, Fylis Mandell, Sally Klein, Joan Listick, Francine Jatfe, Elaine Spiesplman, Judith Gollub, Elaine Berks, 

Merle Michelson, Doralee Pearlman Mmm^^ 

Second row : Jan Colin, Nancie Masor, Merle Block, Jacquie Cohen, Marine Brody, Mrs. Silverman, Sue Traxler, Marilyn Isaacson, Barbara 

Arden Friedman, Barbara Brensley 
Bottom row : Claire Summer, Roberta Fields, Beverly Maslan, Janice Jacobson, Judith Cohen, Marilyn Moldafsky, Barbara Weissman, Jill 

land, Carol Spiegelman 
Not in panel : Roberta R^snick 








Top row: Carol Ewinj.', Mary Schrader, Georpune Smith, Patricia Ryan, "Virginia Hathorne, Susan Pratt, Frances Nelson, Patricia Nicol, Priscilla 

Thorpe, Marilyn Waters, Joan Stanley 
ird row • Barbara Williams, Carolyn Biggs, Enid Schubert, Nada Rowand, Alice Klingensmith, Nancy Bowling, Annette Oehmig, Adrienne Pili- 

bosian, Penelope MaTina, Marilyn Gamlin, Marilynn Dangwillo 
Seravd row : Susanne Ewing, Marie Ei&liur, Beverly G-alvin, Meline Pilibosian, Carol Andrews, Mrs. McMahill, Myra Bloxom, Merle Smedberg, 

Marjorie Wiegand, Joanne jtWaberg, Ami Vodafc ^^^ ^^^M^B 

Bottom row: Nancy Thomas, Judith Rowley, Mary Emig, LaVaughan Johnston, Sandra Brpmhorst, Judith Packman, Marlene Litwiller, Barbara 

Willis, Barbara Wilford |ta^^^^^^ i . 

Not in panel: Alice Rndwall Mb 




SIGMA KAPPA 



713 West Ohio 





-Top roil): Meline Pilibosian, recording secretary; 
Marjorie Wiecrnnd, Mstortn n ; Beverly Galvin, treasurer 
ollum iuw: Carol Andrews, first vice president; Myra 
Bloxom, president; Merle Smedberp, second vice presi- 
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THETA UPSILON 



)3 East John 24 Active Chapters 





' Noma K Bmn|to^°S] l iriey AsMon Burh ° P ' Jeanne Ericks °". Catherine Enright, Dianna Johnson, Gaj§ TWW. Joan Robert, Bonita Schnepper, 

TMrdrov,: JoAnn Williams, Lois Kudrnovsky, Arlene DePesa, Cynthia Carlson, Judith Walbright, Carol Muenter, Susan Biron, Eloise Lasota, Eliza- 

betn Uram. fchirley (iampeggio, Dorothy Cygal, Bette Hammond 

SuzaZe ^alV P E*Sth n Kirdi« Paulavish - ArIene Huddleston. Marilyn Ganschow, Joan Rush, Mrs. Trankle, Mary Plys, Joyce Alblinger, 
Bottom row: Oharmaine Tourville, Mary Hamrick, Ann Pfeffer, Cynthia Lapp, Jane Robert, Dorothy Carter, Judy Peiniger, Carolyn Dumont 





Top row : Jan McKenzie, Zoe Skalafuris, Wanda Wyllie, Irene Turek, Joyce Smith, Janet Metzger, Yolanda Unakis, Shirley Baumann, Janita Rags- 
dale 

Third row : Lois Houser, Jean Krause, Jane S,ed, Elizabeth Seago, Carolyn Smith, Elaine Pohl, Marilyn Petersen, Karen Gerhardt, Elaine Will- 
man, Oiaiino Alb.erl ^^^ ^^B 

Second row: Virginia Rexroat, Harriett Armstrong 1 , Lois Sabine, Darlene Diekman, Mrs. Brockmeier, Janet Jones, Joan Truckenbrod, Joan Fettig, 
Birnie Boyer mm Mjmmtm T ***! ^^ ^^^^^^W 

Bottom row: Grace Rexroat, Patricia Pauly, Rita Borri, Sandra Bowen, Margaret Fasnarht. 'Nnncy Shiries, Janet. Skiles, Joan Stallings, Joan 
Johnson, Elizabeth McCoy ^ta^^^^ — ^^ 

Not in panel: Carol Schaefer, Patricia Rein, Lillian Balazs ■■■MM^^^ 








ZETA TAU ALPHA 

808 West Vermont 96 Active Chapters 




cers — Left to right: Birnie Boyer. rushing chairnxm; 
Lillian Balazs, ritual cliairuuu*; Harriett Armstrong, 
standards chairman; Joan Fettig, historian; Janet Jones, 
president; Darlene Diekman, vice president; Lois Sabine, 
treasurer; Joan Tru< kenbrod, secretary 





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212 East Green 




Top row: Marsha Kaplan, Hazel Kramer, Joan Fleisch, Joan Dillman, Alberta Schmidt, Jean Dillman, Ardis Veltmann, Frances Rizzo, Joyce Connor 
Second row : Harriet Esxock, Barbara Gelman, Nadine Janes, Patricia Day, Patricia Morgan, Marjorie Moss, Susan MacMillan, Marilyn Berkowiu, 

Patsymae Eaton 
Bottom row : Phyllis Serota, Bronna Andelman, Dora Craig, Judith Loebs, Jane Shuler, Mrs. Lund, Maria Baez, Jacqueline Hunter, Myrna Wolf, 

Carol Stoneman 
Not in panel : Mary Lorentz, June Klein 



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Top row: Katherine Bliss, Lorraine Zoberman, Julie Smith, Judith Basse), Kama Bloomberg, Jane Blair, Patricia Patelski, Glenda Lichtenberger, 
Audrey Talpa, Suson Boomhower, Kay Benedict, Barbara Tracy, Mary Lavin, Carol Snedaker, Elizabeth Richardson, Nancy Newmann, Pauline 
Schrott 
tirti rote: Prisfills Fisher. Suzanne Fisher, .Tune Kurz, Catherine Dages, Prances Miceli, Patricia Grenko, Florence Hirsch, Carol Reinke, Diane 
Calder, Nancy Hiatt, Helen Johnson, Iris Garland, Kathryn Gronberg. Jean Zinser, Marjorie Greenwood, Donna Efner, Mary Long, Ann Harvey 
coud row; Nancy S^nin, Jan© Davis, Rita Cohen, Virginia Reda, Marilyn Siegal, Katherine Anselmo, Marilyn Scherer, Barbara Beatty, Shirley 

Sanders, Nancy Grundei, Lucille Field, Betty Jurasiu, Karol Weill'. Angnst<» Tjehman, Joan Novak 
ottom row: Maria Scoofakes, Helen Klinn, Yvonne Barta, Marie Beuligmann, Doris Ciiiiliuin, Kllen Riggle. Jo Ann TVrns, Nancy Mathis, Carol 
Wetterburg, Romaine Schoonhoven, Patrii ia Prevendar, Karen Domke, Barbara Drinnon ^^MI^^^^^miT" "^^^^~~~^^^^^^^ 





BUSEY HALL 



Tcvadn 




Officer* — Top row: Lucille Field, vice /■resident; Barbara 

Beatty, president; Doris Prvor, me* prrxtitcnf ■ Katluyn 

Van Flppt. treasurer 
JJoUoni. row: Nancy Grundei, social chairman; Betty Jura- 

sitz, social chairman : Shirley Sanders, secretary ; Karol 

Weilil. freshman advisor 





BUSEY HALL 



m 

Sec 



1111 West Nevada ■■ 

op row : Jeanette Lutz, Anita Schenk, Patricia Brodin, Marcia Cole, Carol Roseman, Donna Larson, Jane Cole, Maril; 
Davis, Alice Bauling, Esther Lewitzky, Geraldine Celusnak, Sonya Monroe, Suzanne Portnoy, Evelyn Saam, Marilyn 
Edelman, Donna Evans, Beverly Mosak, Louise Flacks, Barbara Vivoda, Jacqueline Griffin, Carol Reed, Patricia Schu- 
macher 

Fourth row : Margaret Dye, Sylvia Schlueter, Marilyn Smith, Mary Dueland, Suzanne Kaye, Fredette Stiernberg, Juliann 
Kraft, Barbara Sapp. Marion Daus, Mary Antram, Marjorie Wood, Alyce Moy, Delores Stephan, Marilyn Meanger, 
Mary Rasmussen, Sharon Reeves, Elizabeth Swann, Audrey Springs, Gloria Paluck, Mary Shive, Joyce Ballard, Sylvia 
Kareken, Lois Lande, Barbara Hall 
id row: Noelle Rich, Nancy Brubaker, Sondra Hirsch, Claire Erger, Gail Arfstrom, Joanne Puckert, Ellen Davidson, 
Judith Locke, Margw Schmidt, Doris Pryor, Katheryn Van Fleet, Katherine Bliss, Nan Shipman, Mary Giarrusso, 
Helen Lusk, Beverly Suneson, Beverly Salzinan, Mary Orphan 

Second roiv ; Carol Crosby, Mary Cox, Jeanine Quinn, Regina Firaut, Pecrsy Honn, Joy Kranzow, Alfreda Phelps, Lois Minute, 
Donna Mutton, Jo) w Arbuzaui, Julia Green, Mary Scott, Gloria Mikula, Marilyn Tcsuier, Margaret Collini 

Bottom row: Marilyn Boehme, Marilyn Bolchert, Alice Nowlan, Anne Ehret, Judith Baird, Rose Kenan, Jewell WinTrW, Ella Young, Joanne Smith, 
Susan Mitchell, Reg< ne Blazine, Nancy Hendrix 

Not in panel: Mary Arrowood, Marilyn Bercher, Beverly Ballein, Ellen Berolzheimer, Joan Brejcha, Clementine Brienza, Gail Campbell, Anne Chal- 
mers, Carol Ewing, Thelma Fite, Barbara Freeman, Ruth Godfrey, Dorothy Gundersen, Shirley Hackett, Diana Haskell, Carol Helmig, Eiko 
Hibiya, Beatrice Katsulos, Barbara Keeler, Alice Knuth, Elizabeth Learner, Ann Maizel, Karen Masterson, Mary Montana, Elisabeth Pelcher, 
Jacquelyn Richter, Katherine Russis, Ellen Schleh, Dolores Skowron, Wilma Spainhour, Nancy Stevens, Sara Tapp, Joan Wight, Frances Wood- 
rum 




Helen Hechler, 



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Top row : Arlene Checker, Joyce Schwartz, Ethel Naiditch, Iris Ruderman, Judith Kadell, Carole Landsberg, Barbara Parker, Jewel Marks, Marlene 

Horberg, Barbara Leiberman, Hannah Eaton 
fitecond row: Merle Sachar, Marlene Pines, Betty Kessler, Mrs. Friedlander. Carolyn Lamet, Audrey Kipnis, Sharon Sugarman, Carol Markle 
Bottom row: Eileen Fish, Tleno Mosenson, Sharon Blutman, Barbara Schneir. Leah Levin. Rochelle Zaritsky, Paulette Schlessinger, Eve Edelstein 






Janene Johnson, hall council chairman; 
Barbara Postlewait, treasurer; Anita Lydigsen, fresh- 
man advisor chairman; Rosemary Malek, co-social chair- 
man; Elizabeth Edwards, co-social chairman 
Bottom row: Rae Starr, vice ■president; Patricia Kane, 
president; Nancy Aluciidl, secretary 




EVANS HAL 



1115 West Nevada 



Mary Fung, Carolyn Henley, Joan Sukowicz, Mary Hetzel, Frances Yogel, Phyllis Floyd, Carol Falk, Flojean 



King, Barbara Jacobson, Mary ly mi Komarek, Ann Acree, Patricia McKee, Mary Tumenas, Roxanne Kamm, Frances Bernhardt, Gloria Fenner, 
Bernadine Bernhardt, Patricia Ewald, Gloria Muczyuski, Ruth Stapels. Gloria Graves, Catherine Granlund 

Third row: Carolyn Moody, Marilyn Day, Patricia Btihart, Cnrolyn Kay. Nancy Koetke, Mary Herman, Grctchpn Rapp, Sandra Gierke. EliVaheth 
Lockhart. Barbara Jjenell, Lynn Bryant, Enid Miller, Isabell Gedwill, Claire Freeman, Erika liathling 1 , Elaine. Heytow, Frances Gambill, Carol 
Cantor, Sheila Altnuin, Roberta Rosenberg, Sylvia Arakawa, June Armstrong M^^^_ 

Second row: Dorothy Barclay, Margaret Greene, Mary Rockstad, Patricia McHugh, Barbara Warner, Janene Johnson, Barbara Postlewait, Nancy 
Ahrendt, Patricia Kane, Rae Starr, Anita Lydigsen, Elizabeth Edwards, Rosemary Malek, Carole Kamin, Reba Wright, Gretchen Johnson, Mari- 
lyn Heitmann, Eleanor Kenny 

Bottom row : Dorothy Fung, Betty Maresh, Yvonne Seadin, Shirley Jackson, Lily Tung, Lotus Miller, Shirley Bailey, Anita Litsinger, Davida Bob- 
row, Harriet Kraus, Rochelle Ezer 









I'op row: Sharon Kane, Janice Barkley, Marihn Sherman, Nancy Hanks, Mary Dalbey, Nancy Moeller, Roberta Littell, Gail Hecht, Sandra Green- 
leaf, Charlotte Von Behren, Alberta Wolff, Judith Morse, Nancy Williams, Barbara Turner, Marcia Taylor, Sheila Bass, Patricia Renkes, Pauline 
Mirlielon. Tuanita Bailey 

Third row: Joyce liiklmibrand, Marjorie Nelson, Sarah Blacher, Karen Kniese, Ann Stewart, Barbara Steele, Frances Starr, Constance Bennett, 
Carol Bfltitz, Marilyn Thompson, KeucUa HeKemie. Doris Lapp, Myrna Krug, Virginia Defini, Roberta Gistenson, Agnes Bures, Barbara Spencer, 
Lynn Goetz, Elaine Grossman, (iluiia. Wlialt-u ^^^^^^B^^B 

Second row: Francine Shapiro, Sheila Solomon, Jane Thompson, Shirley Thomas, Helga Ross, Virginia Chun-hill. Joyce Adler, Lillian Jenkins, 
Adrienne Shlepwicz, Mrs. Cotter, Katherine Karakourtis, Jeanne Weaver, Pauline Weissman, Daliu, AUtcevicms, Kltna Rubin, Curinne 
Marilyn Scanzoni, Miriam Herzog, Shirley Broun J^Bh^^^ 

Bottom, row : Dianne Kesser, Joan Highland, Phyllis Neal, Rhea Davis, Mary Jordan, Barbara Gray, Diana Rozak, Margaret Otto, 
Nita King, Jacqueline Henry, Martha Johnson, Marlene Collymore 






Officers — Top row : Ima Bassler, commissar ; Marlys Loth- 
son, vice president; Marilyn Morine, president; Joanne 
Helms, treasurer ; Nancy .Judd, house manager ^^^m 

Bottom row: Elizabeth Jenner. xnn'ul chairman; Andre] 
Nelson, corrcapondiny secretary; Phyllis Whitehead, 
rrnjidiiiy secretary 




Jean Rusliton. Jacqueline Well), Alary Elson, Donna Hawks, Nancy Wilson, Angle. Putt, Jimp Behringer, Kita Thomson, Laura Wilson 
Inn McCartney, Kathryn Allen, Sally Parkinson, Mary Hogan 
Third row: Carol Underwood. Eleanor Janssen, Barbara Boyd, Marjorie Haerdt, Martha Massie, Marilyn Huber, Ruth Behrends, Gladys Grummet, 

Frances Jensen, Mary Leigh, Mary Lindsay, Lila Ricketts, Irlene Parrill 
Second row: Juliann Ankenbrand, Audrey Nelson, Phyllis Whitehead, Joanne Helms, Elizabeth Jenner, Marilyn Morine, Ima Bassler, Marlys Loth- 
son, Nancy Judd, Cynthia Traughber 
Bottom row: Sharon Kiddell, Nina Sanders, Sharon Hoffmann, Marilyn Wilcoxon, Jean Kornegger, Mary Cunningham, Dorothy Harms, Nancy 
Ingold. Quendred Wutzke 






Top row : Ruth Bazar, Merle Klapman, Paula Basner, Lenore Sommers, Benita Needlman, Nancy Sider, Sherie Gross, Eileen Colin, Marnie Meltzer, 

Patricia Gordon, TVmma Rubenstein, Norma Linkow 
Fourth row: Syril Simons, Gloria Chapman, Judith Shapiro, Sandra Eisenstein, Donna Ehrlich, Doris Perlin, Eleanor Cowan 

Third row: Adrieime Hulas, Diane Pinsky, Barbara Green, Balfura Henkin, Joanne Fleischer, Suzanne Iseberg, Judith Byer, Ruth Goldschmidt 
Rerond row: Rochelle Goldberger, Frieda Lome, Phyllis Garber, Ann Meyer, Mrs. Godfrey, Charna Sugerman, Sandra Mozin, Marlene Stein, 

Judith Frank. Alice Mayer, Rebecca Chroman 
Bottom row: Vicki Fori'man, Carol Steiner, Barbara Graivier, Tirzah Simon, Ellen Mano-n-itz, Naomi Utschen, Donna Braverman, Beverly Siegel 
Not in panel Marilyn Siegel Eileen Mostovoj ^H^^^^__ — — «_^^ 



WGS 






INDECO HOUSE 



1106 Smith Third 



Officers — Top row: Alice Mayer, freshman advisor; Judith 
Frank, song chairman; Frieda Lome, social chairmun; 
Phyllis Garber, svial chairman; Rebecca Chrmua.11, 
hoiixe m'rnn ^^^^^^m^^g^R ^M 

UuUum row: Marlene Stein, treasurer; Anne Meyer, rice 
president; Charna Sugerman. presdunt; Sandra Mozin, 
secniri vice //resident; Rochelle Goldberger, secretary 







cers — Top row: Edith Slater, treasurer; Estelle Abrams, 
president; Thelma Kempner, rice president 
Bottom rota: Helen Cohen, social chairman; Ruth Sham- 
berg, house manager; Sandra Ablenian, ireshmaa ud- 
risnr ; Arlenfl Barnv. secretary ^^^^^^flfl 




LAUREL HOUSE 



307 East John 



WGS 



Top row: Ina Lev, Barbara Malvin, Ottolvn Sloan, Marjorie Tunick, Jaclyn Ordman, Charlotte Baran, Suzanne tiklar, Adriemie Kaufman, Marcia 

Martin, Gladys Bergur, Juanita Pliner, Iris Goodnick, Francine Wittert 
Second row : Marlene Goldstein, Ruth Shamberg, Edith Slater, Thelma Kempner, Estelle Abrams, Mrs. McDowell, Sandra Ableman, Helen Cohen, 

Arlene Barov, Beverly Kantor 
Bottom row : Ruth Decker, Muriel Goldsmith, Susan Powell, Diane Horwitz, Fern Farkash, Sybil Miller, Judith Orzoff, Geraldine Feldman, Geral- 

dine Suskin 








Top row: Suzanne Peterson, Patricia O'Donnell. Beverly Nelson, Mary Crider, Patricia Ritter, Marjory Wolfe, Josephine Vyse, Mary Larson, Nancy 

Moore, Sara Mitchel 
Third row: Irene Turek, Alyce Adesko, Carol Boeringa, Darby McGinty, Barbara Heideman, Arlene Bedau, Donna Jones 
Second row: Cynthia Jordan, Patricia Jensen, Marilyn Douglas, Carol Sims, Suzanne Kennedy, Betty Nicholson, Nancy Cosier, Mary Jackson 
Pxilloiu row : Dorothy Connolly, Ina Owen, JLenore (tiistafsnn, Janet Schaffnit, Diane Azamar, Mary Blewett, Mary Moody 




LEEMAN LODGE 




Otficers -Top row: Su/.anne Kennedy, secretary; Marilyn 

Douglas, treasurer, Betty Nicholson, oiet president 
Bottom ro Carol Sims, president 






cKINLEY HALL 



801 South Wright 






op row ■ Martha Ruckman, Nancy Brown, Marilyn Bains, Carol Lindstrom, Dolores Dori, Yung Paik, Barbara Reace, 
Carol Mercer, Elaine Bueiak, Helen Chick, Marilyn Jones, Jean Sullens, Gloria Bibnek, Buth Baughman, Elaine 
Behling, Mary Sammons, Carol King, Dorothy Kramer, Karen Tippy 

Fourth rmv : Jane King. Betty Gabriel, Janet Bradley, Rachel Day. Judith Tibbits, Anna McKernan, Alice Wiersema, Mary Allen, Sharon 
Judith Miller. Francis Stpinpr, Elizabeth Shinn, Carol Walker, Mary I.pvris, Lois Weber, Nancy Wonieldorff, Nina Baird, Joyce Anderson 
Turney IB^M^^m 

Third, row: Anita West, Teresa Damalo, Beth Armin, Edna McCue, Lillie Canterbury, Dolores Engelking, Mrs. Thomas, Alary Campbell 
Bell, Dolores Strode, Virginia Hollowell, Margaret Work, Mary Uffelman. Judith Zink 

Second row: Marnita Bill, Joyce Day, Barbara English, Carol Hickman, Dorothy Gidel, Cynthia Heinz, Francis Fitzpatrick, Norella Cota, 
DeBolt, Claretta Laft'erty, Nancy Patrick, Patricia McKernan, Marilyn Ransley 

Bottom row: Shirley Berfield, Sarah Hofsas, Janith Smith, Patricia Connell, Beverly Putnam, Anna Otiepka. (anil Konneker 

Not in panel : Margery MacLachlan 









Top row : Charlotte Liurine, Frances Quint, Mary Novosad, Joyce Hutchison, Sandra Thomas, Ramona Anthony, Jeanette Thornburgh, Dorothy 

Marlin, Elizabeth Hteger, Mary Eversole. Martha Tillson, Barbara Witkovich, Barbara Moore, Joanne Hissong, Jo Swope 
Third row: Carol Koss, Roberta Contino, Martha Pletch, Peggy Malm, Carol Loehndorf, Lois Radtke, Gael Greig, Sandra Kellogg, Eileen Johnston, 

Theresa O'Bucina, Tnan Olson, Mary Shuman, Eunice Richmond, Barbara Dostal, Wilma Olenski 
Second row: Josephine Faso, Jauo Eaton. Caroleen Updike, Carole Leverty, Anna Williams, Joanne Kamradt, Romayne Goranson, Olga Sleznick, 

Susan McGillivray, Diaue Tcimcheff, Mrs. Phillips, Sharon Barger, Marilyn Gillison, Patricia Davis, Kathleen McMillen, Irene McCarthy, Carole 

Kullen, Barbara Arning IHHH^^^^^^^^h ^^^^^^^^HB 

Bottom, row: Phyllis Bleck, Mario Lange, "Vorna Godman, Jayne Bellair, Marlene Wood, lileudu. Landers, l.yn.la Young, 'Marilyn Lubbers, 

Oderkirk, Delores Read, Carol Koehn, Pauline Mitchell 
Not in panel: Janet Crummer, Patricia Kelehi;r, Barbara Lee, Patricia Sheehan, Barbara Whalen 




PALAMAR 



607 East Daniel 




Officer?- Tnji rot 1 . . Olga Sleanick, treasurer; Sharon Barger, 
president; Marilyn Gillison, public relation" chairman 

Bottom row: Romayne Goranson, secretary; Diane Tom- 
chefl "lent; Sue McGillivray, social chairman 




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~W^ 



Officers — Left to right : Linda Aldridge, Mary 

Cooper, secretary; Carol Carmean president; Barbara 
Tucker, Joann Shuraan, freshman «</ 

visor; Mildred Player, social chairman ^^^g^fl 



PRESBY HALL 

405 East John 



row: Barbara Stevens, Julia Huber, Nancy Kuehn, Sauudra Wilrn*. Annette Gulder, Sally Ross, Jean Holderman, Alice Beling, Mariett Mc 
Call, Barbara Rhnekel, Karen Lpmmp, Margaret Rollu ^^^^^^^^_ 

Third row: Marcy Hirtz, Martha Serven, Harriett Godeke, Joann Padgett, Carolyn Burrus, Bonnie Tidd, (Jail Larson. Maria Kelly, Barbara Coch- 
ran, Jean Sumrall, Anna Holladay, Helen Myers, Mary McGrath, Shirley Ross ^^^m^_ 

Second row : Carole Patrick, Barbara Ransdell, Joann Shuman, Linda Aldridge, Barbara Tucker, Mrs. Welsh, Carol Carmean, Mary Cooper, Mildred 
Player, Phyllis Stolz. Ruth McNabb. Duck Choo Oh 

Bottom row : Nancy Cubbage, Anne Van Voorhis, Elizabeth Austin, Alwilda Sellers, Sigrid Jensen, Nancy Moravek, Cynthia McGrath, Melva Gage, 
Terryl Lash, Dorothy Hazel 

Not injpanel: Enid Ewing 




lop row: ftancy -Kmig, June Oervin, Klizabeth J-Jmith, Kay James, Jean Stewart, Koyce Koors, Patricia R.oze, Pamela Shepherd, Sharon JMeher, .Nancy 

Reynolds, Lila Man in 
Second row: Barbara Xizek, Kay Carlson, Martha Boren, Susan Shirley, Nancy Karls, Mrs. Daniel, Joan Johnston, Sally Lewis, Phyllis Seigert, 

Barbara Bales, Margaret Nelson 
Bottom row: Suzanu« Quinn, Ann Reeder. Nuncy Hutchison, Ruth Mclntyre, Carol Tayman, Carol Boren, Patricia Lindblad, Priscilla Dickson, 
aiicy Hoadley 




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4' 



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Officers — Top row: Joan Davis, secretary; Betty Johansen, 
social chairman; Juliana Devine, treasurer 

Bottom row: Frances Beyer, president; Lois Doxey, vice 
president 



SHERWOOD LODGE 



313 East John 



WGS 



Top row: Nancy Dufour, Catherine Westcott, .Sandra ilclver, Tsabell Mayoral, Barbara Craven, Barbara Sievers, Loretta Labno, Marilyn Hilgert, 
Sarah Allen, Lynn Clifton, Barbara Stastny, Joanne Prio, Carol Mullen. Sandra Ciannoni, Patricia Klants''h 

lhird row: Carol Lang, Joan Lamberty, Arlene Fitzgerald, Jeannette Willis, Joan Seraponas, Dorothy Caldwell. Jeanne Ricks, Elizabeth Olden- 
burger, Bernadette Seraponas, Dorothy Massey, Delores Smith, Jane Towner, Donna Cowan, Jeannine Ray, Diane Hansen. Patricia Miller 

Second row : Jaequelyn (rale, Diane Maltas, Carol MeElhany, Arlene Shaddock, Joan Davis, Juliana Devine, Lois Doxey, Mrs. Robinson, Catherine 
Aplington, Ann Storer, Betty Johansen, Eileen Stanoek, Carole Hickman. 

Bottom row: Virginia Broderick, Barbara Richards, Ann Huth, Judith Ahring, Delores Darby, Jesalyn Jones, Donna Ariana, Mary Lou Doo 
little, Joan Witry, Diane Quackenbush 

Not in panel: Anne Anderson, Frances Beyer 




325 




Top row : Ruby Chen, Gloria Grubbe, Mardelh- Krier, Joanne Miller, Margaret Boswell, Mary Pristash, Xancy Marti, Frances Smith, Bernedine 

Gernon, Mary Huncwork 
Srrnvd rav- : Karen K.lly, Evelyn Harner, Anita Boughan, Barbara Fitzgerald, Allie Lackland, Janet Rutherford, Janice Roeth, Mary Carter, Ann 

Dawson, iv'ancy Lovejoy, Vprlene Bunning. Barrie Zoll 
Bottom rni" t Doris Williams. Mary Mclveu, Barbara Hazard, Mrs. Minton, Doris Crist, Pamela Gillespie, Lisa Galam, Mariann Nolta 




STRATFORD HOUSE 



312 East Daniel 




s — Top row: Evelyn Harner, assistant, commissar, 
Doris Williams, rmnmixxar; Murddlo JbU'ier, freshman 
riprcuciiiulive; Mariann Nolta, social chairman 
Bottom ii, r ! rbara Hazard, treasurer; Mary McKee, 
secretary; Doris Crist, president; Pamela Gillespie, vice 
president ; Lisa Galam, chaplain 









Top row : Frances Ige, Kaye Greenwood, Edith Davis, Cira Torruellas, Martha Walker, Carol Schmutzler, Sara Woods, Catherine Cho, Nancy Selle 
Third row : Priscilla Crowe, Elsie Patterson, Jeannine Rhine, Marcia Marks, Patricia Kaspar, Eleanor Masters, Mary Piper, Kathryn Maercker 
Second row: Carolyn King, Marian Davis, Anna Elger, Doris Moore, Sally Thompson, Joann Neburka, Jean Washburn, Carolyn Dunham 
Bottom row : Amy Yoshino, Elizabeth Sharp, Barbara Ingold, Betty Sorrill 
Not in panel : Sandra Rhodes 





lop row: .Nancy Hemphill, Bobbie (iarvey, Barbara Bieszczat, Susan Brands, Alice Andrews, Lois Combs, Elaine Zeman, .Patricia Oole, Mary Lou 
Doyle, Gloria Laner, Janet Placek, Ruth Miskovsky, Sally Sohner, Kathleen Gorman, Barhara Levay, Janice Boss, Roberta Weitzman, Elaine 
Kaplow, Rosetta Solomon, Judith Brownlie, Diane Rozak, Irene Vogel. Sandra Beushausen, Julaine Brayford, Lois Lackner 
ftlt en?''.- T.ucretia Kolanczky, Kathryn Heitkotter, Janet Broman, Wilma Frostenson, Barbara Hayer, Christine Muse, Ann Swanson, Alyce Tall- 
man, Natalie titi'mic-l, Martha Rhine, Marjorie Jacobs, Shirley Rosenthal, Rebecca Pizante, Elizabetli Dusch, Nancy Torma, Joyce Silverstone, 
Grace Lemke, Jnnithe Zimmerman, Amietta Sandman, Marjorie Puttkover, Lysle Johnson, Lolla Lange 
Fourth row: Norma Hill, Mildred Clift, Alum Xorris, Helen Beaftie. Suzanne Bereeron, Patricia Skelly, Kathryn Pauly, Faith Roubik, Arlene 
Kruslak, Audrey Vitter, Arlene Zeller, Marcia Spilky, Shirley Alexander, Maxhie Libanoff. Janet Smith, Kay Helde, Tempie Tartt, Ryva Kut- 
chinsky, Sherry Rossiter, Judith Klepinger ^^^^^^^^^^ " *""*^^^^m-^^^— .— .. 

Third row: Katherine Xiemeyer, Mary Lou Minert, Andrea Hansen, Marilyn Howard, Vivienne Rose, Carole DeWall, Carolyn Bosfic, Torce Totten, 
Carol Goldstein, Joan Fimbel, Margaret Zager, Janice Kressin, Dorothy Huisinga, Bonnie McManus IMMMH^^^^m 

Second row: Diane Harter, Judith Sensibar, Sandra Matzkin, Audrey Ostrom, Sharon Foster, Nancy Stepan, Bernie 
Cullen, Gay Kaymen, Geraldine Fekete, Marguerite Balton, Carol Falk, Joan Kotfila, Alice Robertson, Ruth Perls, 
Lenore Zamis, Janet Field, Carol Ranieri, Betty Hoffman 
Bottom row : Dorothy Radosevich, Harriet Schlichting, Marilyn Steffen, Martha Hayes, Loretta Brouk, Gail Perry, 
Kathlyn Law rence, Irene Berlow, Roseann Ginther, Sandra Shulman, Alice Stevenson, Elaine Stein, Janet Alleri, 
Carolyn McA uley 





LINCOLN AVENUE 
RESIDENCE, NORTH 




1005 South Lincoln 



s — Top rovj : VW1 1 
uiu, cum president 

i role DeWall, social chairman; Carolyn Bos- 
tic /" arol Goldstein, committee coordinator 







cers — Top row : Joann Spinello, social chairman; Judith 
Bremer, vice president; Barbara Rosenberg, president; 
Dixie Daymont, committee coordinator ^^a 

Bottom row; Peggy Bates, treasurer; Diana Kea, secretary 




LINCOLN AVENUE 
RESIDENCE, SOUTH 





1005 South Lincoln 

Top row: Sophie Sarlas, Sheila Mason, Sandra Buckley, Darlene Loitz, Eileen Belcaster, Nancy Jevert, Daphne Ham, 
Gerthalene Hines, Joan Shaw, Mary Darst, Audrey Paletti, Karen Olson, Kay Jones, Pauline Gambill, Norma Dy- 
itrup. Katherine Goldberg, Barbara Curtis, Kathryn Davis, Louise Schultz, Mary' Bieschke, Estrella Ravelo, Mary 
Herbst, Margarita (luinsatao, Beatrice Matukas, Lorraine Mair, Beverlie Linder 

Fifth row: Janice Dunn, Diana Kea, Ann Farrell, Calista Hughes, Kristin Trautman, Nancy Lachmann, Roberta Johnson, Nancy McCleery, Sue 
Bandy, Bonita Prettyman, Betty Mungai, Jean Doherty, Dolores Dixon, Janice Bacon, Madeline Genovesi, Rosalind Newman, Lucille Jaegfeld 

Fovrth roir : Rheta Julian, Joyce Allen, Judith Bremer, Florence Rainey, Evelyn AIcAnurney, Phyllis Carpenter, Roman* Verba, Sandra DeuLsoh, 
Ann Cipolla, Madeleine Friedman, Barbara Lukes, Sara Holtzman, Carol Faivre, Arlene Populorum, Elaine Rosen, Lois Hexdall 

Third row: Julia Ebinfrer, Nancy Schilf, Dorine Chancellor, Jean Ayson, Doris Sapeer, Phyllis Isaacson, Marilyn Berstein, Cynthia Allen, Prances 
Luther, Phyllis Voy, Carole Hall, Susan Breniff, Ruth Keller ygsy. 

Second row : Peggy Bates, Irene Rasmussen, Elsie Patterson, Marjorie lies, Shirley Stewart, Sarah Corrigan, Louise Schisler, Marcia Young, Irene 
Seligman, Lois Wasserman, Barbara Pabst, Carol Loftus, Constance Sucherman, Mary Palmer, Thelma Chapman, Marian Pavlik, Peggy Stamer 

Bottom row: Jane Parks, Joyce Golub, Joanne Spinello, Joan Raschke, Barbara Horberg, Susan Shirley, Gloria Sinclair, Adele Crane, Kara Apple- 
gate, Nelly Lee, Joyce Maclin, Lisbeth Clark, Donna Murino, Arlene Marovic, Constance Mitchell 



II 




HimillHISIHt Iltiliillllimi 










330 




2o/> row: Colleen Moriarty, Olivia Batteast, Irene Outlaw, Pauline Quinci, Elaine Davis, Hope Christy, Nancy Alwine, Bonita Dixson, Violet 
Ward, Merrill Seelig, Shirley Kruger, Martha Rosenberger, Jacqueline Smith, Doris Carlberg, Ann Mathis, Janis Baker, Marilyn Smith, Janice 
Playle, Leone Murphy, Sara Schultz 

Fifth row: Joyce Peterson, Patricia Plummer, Maribeth Hartman, Sandra Yazarian, Jeanette Gulick, Patricia Block, Joan Ernst, Jean Raphelson, 
Sandra Pick, Geraldine Wrzesinski, Ann Ehrlich, Ann Sognefest, Janet Duitsman, Janice Sables 

Fourth row : Patricia Schnulle, Ann Laane, Mary Bass, Dianne Mair, Joan Eggenberger, Phyllis Marshak, Carole Cremer, Sue Teller, Ida Givins, 
June Ochsner, Joan Carls. Elizabeth Thomas, Rona Gold 

Third row: Sheila Prescott, Winifred Wallace, Barbara Simon, Dorothea Sherman, Elizabeth Burrell, Eleanor Willstead, Jean Richardson, Elaine 
Mehlman, Edith Brockman, Mary Mangaoang, Elizabeth Perry, Audrey Laznicka, Carol Goldstein, Renee Freedman, Willie Frazier 

Second row: Mary Hanafin, Janet McHugh, Judith Hansen, Gwen Collins, Blanche Benisek, Helen Reed, Karen Altschul, Janice Keren, Myrna 
Jacobson, Carol Knoblauch, Margaret Caskey, Jeannine Svec, Rochelle Koeberlein, Patricia Spencer 

Bottom row : Mary Dycus, Karilyn Appleton, Sharron Wolfer, Marlene Snyder, Barbara Bertolino, Joann Gish, Zoe King, Barbara Cannon, Patri- 
cia Clover, Barbara Freed. lone Van Denelzen. Joan Rademacher 

LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE, NORTH 

1005 South Lincoln 

LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE, SOUTH 

1005 South Lincoln 

Top row : Helen Keil, Donna Weiss, Aldona Mogenis, Jacqueline Abrams, Patricia Weaver, Barbara Kovitz, Patricia Stickler, Colette Holman, 

Shirley Thackray, Carol Shifrein, Janice Barnbaum, Rhonda Goodkin. Adrienne Kaufman, Carol Goldstein, Anita Abramson, Mary Ann 

Jalovec, Joan Martin, Patsy Diao, Paulette Dolowy, Noni Popovsky, Maryl Hexdall 
Fifth row: Sue Bandy, Phyllis Vit, Sandra Sharick, Marilyn Miletieh, Barbara Barthel, Phyllis Bender, Delores Powder, Sara Balbach, Lucille 

Brefeld, Jean Mateika, Katherine Hoppel, Suzanne Michaelsen, Margaret Keranen, Frances Szymanski 
Fourth row: Virginia Lynch, Linda Hale, Mayana Shaony, Rosanne Sangerman, Alosia Eichelberger, Donna Lakin, Marlene Moll, Barbara Forgy, 

Audrey Sacco, Rhoda Adams, Priscilla Rovner, Ruth Medwedowsky, Joan Chapin, Beverly Sturt, Carol Montaven, Patricia Powers, Benita 

Falstein, Adelaide Curtis 
Third row: Jean Fan, Marcia Leuchter, Florence Pell, Jane Yosepian, Dorothy Borison, Arlene Oedzes, Barbara Rosenberg, Zina Berman, Adrienne 

Cohen, Cecile Stoller, Elaine Paxinos, Dorothy Stanley, Barbara Brandt, Mary Ann Stick, Dolores Madsen, Justine Bisjak, Dorothy Johnson 
Second row: Donna Sass, Eleanor Anderson, Alice Skelnicka, Judy Berkelhamer, Betty Bunte, Martha Hoerdt, Mary Jane Banasik, Maxine Mack, 

Judith Burnstein, Sandra Gordon, Anne Burnett, Judith Bergren, Akiko Oyama, Rita Kraft, Carol Vokac 
Bottom row: Petina Allen, Eleanor Shook, Janet Collins, Marlene Bubar, Rosalind Cooper, Rosemary Bowers. Naomi Gelber, Mary Lou Lombardi, 

Lola Sanner, Dorothy Kato, Lillian Nishida, Judith Hage, Elizabeth Wilson, Orra Womeldorff 




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Top row: Mary Clopton, junior scholarship chairman; Marie Johnson, Ida Odum, Harriet Dawson, basileus ; Rose Butler, Jacquelyn Pruitt, dean 

of pledges 
Bottom row: Catherine Davis, rice president; Clara Smith, house manager ; Audrey Springs, secretary; Theodora Brodie, president; Violet Ward, 

social chairman; Olivia Batteast, treasurer 
Not in panel: Christine Muse, Toya Montgomery, Elizabeth Barrell, Monica Franklin 

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 

1201 West Stoughton 96 Active Chapters 



ALPHA HOUSE 



1207 West Springfield 



Top row: Irene Nestorowych, Julia Feddersen, Patricia Tredrea, Kathleen Redington, Carol Schewe, Carol Overdorf 
Second row: Katherine Takimoto, Alice Carpenter, secretary-treasurer; Jacqueline Smith, vice president; Lolita Woodard, 

social chairman; Marguerite Jones, freshman advisor 
Bottom rov; : Joan Dearduff, Dorothea Cloos, Vivian Carlson, Daisy Hazelwonder, Karyl Sellmyer 



president; Sally Hull, 




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Top row : Norma Haerr, Susan Rypstat, Ludoviea Luinys, Carole Dolesh, Prances Handrock, Doris Naumann, Leatrice Russell 

Second row: Edith Peschang, Patricia Sergent, Camilla Lyon, Wilnia Hollenback. Gertrud Ulbrich, Donna Lewis, Gayle Goodin 

Bottom row: Mary Lou Davis, Vivienne Huffman, secretary-treasurer; Alice Shepherd, president; Judith Smith, social chairman; Barbara Huck, vice 

president; Martha Carey 
Not in panel: Janet Vaughn 



BETA HOUSE 



901 South Lincoln 



CASITA 



1008 South Lincoln 



Top row: Lois Stansbury, Josephine Zadovsky. Etianna Gulbenkian, Joan Sloup, Antonia Grinan, Betty Pate, Janet Maynard 

Second row: Karen Spolin, sarin! chairman; Diane Parker, co-president; Mrs. Minard, house director; Dourelle Kweder, president; Mary Ann 

Hood, secretary-treasurer 
Bottom row: Hyun Choong Kim, Patricia Gaskins, Francis Less, Cynthia Thompson, Barbara Mitacek 



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Top row : Maria Rylski, Nancy Williams, Mary Smith, Arlene Johnson, Alyce Ikeda, Jacqueline Juergens 

Second row: Sylvia Jacob, social chairman; Jean Kruger, vice president-house manager; Joan Martin, president; Irene Nakamura, secretary-treas- 
urer ; Mary Lilja, freshman advisor 
Bottom row: Phyllis Gaddis, Marylynn St. Aubin, Alice McKenzie, Carol Cann, Barbara Fairbairn 



GAMMA HOUSE 



1210 West Springfield 



HARMONY HOUSE 



112 East John 

Top row: Lorraine Factor, Maureen Pompor, Norma Shmikler, Brenda Bilinsky, Helen Fligelman, Rhea Feinblatt, Mairiam Glickman, Joan Shapiro, 

Adrienne Sommer 
Second row; Roberta Moller, Donna Zimbler, Miriam Weinberg, Marcia Fligelman, Sharon Goldstein, Veta Reizner, Lois Wise, Ina Pekarsky, 

Rhoda Stence!, Esther Scholar, Marcia Jacobson 
Bottom row: Gwen Suckman, Joyce Weissman, Jacqueline Bloom, social chairman ; Charlotte Schlessinger, secretary; Sandra Levitt, president ; 

Marilyn Friedman, vice president; Edith Leber, treasurer; Sally Miller, freshman advisor; Rhea Shifrin, Judith A'fend 



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Top row: Celia Orr, Ann Wolfenstein, Patricia Leppa, Jerry Appanaitis, Carla Smith, Judith Hedge, Holly Bloomfield, Nancy Staudinger, Joan 

Mennel 
Second row: Kira Krock, Lauretta Forrestal, president; Fay Wayne, vice president; Diane Dragoo, treasurer; Norma DeBiasio, social chairman; 

Marilyn Read, secretary 
Bottom row: Rae Reierson, Joyce Harrawood, Shirley Ham, Kathleen Hanna, Beverly Sher, Sallee Elmore 



LOWRY LODGE 



1007 South Fifth 



PHILEA 



506 East Daniel 



Top row: Gladys Gjerde, Faye Cunningham, Lois Burmester, Gloria Schlake, Elaine Dews, Carol Kloepping, Diane Deeg, Evelyn Rupprecht, Jac- 
queline Leigh, Carolyn Ventress, Sonya Oyan, Betty Kurkjian 

Third row: Marietta Hamilton, Mary Botruff, Marlyn Hoener, Ruth Sinkovich, Ida Radebaugh, Shirley Laubscher, Eunice Schaudt, Barbara Fis- 
cher, Roberta Fischer, Patricia Grayheck, Helen Marten, Rosemary Patrich, Carol Norris 

Second row: Judith Ohlson, Joyce Benning, judicial board chairman; Do'ina Kreitcr, treasurer; Helen Lueth, vice president; Elizabeth Rich, presi- 
dent ; Verna Vogt, commissar; Mrs. Rohl, Grace Allen, secretary; Renate Oppenlander, social chairman; Judith Tarr, coordinator; Gloria 
Andrews, Nancy Smith 

Bottom row: Jane Robb, Marjorie Baker, Peggy Miller, Claryce Hager. Clara Lueker, Judith Samuelson, Joann Schroen, Ruth Wiebusch, Norma 
Hilde-brand. Shirley Willis, Margaret Larson 

Not in panel : Kay Asay, Susan Rhodes 



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Top row: Ruth Holstrum, Barbara Stevenson, Elsa Tong, Marcia Frager, Carol Kermicle, Arlene Knobloch. Marilyn Rollins 

Second row : Gloria Ceiling, Gail Seibert, Patricia Karas, Ann Harris, Nancy McKinney, Elaine Johnson, Hazel Davidson 

Bottom row : Lucille Davidson, Karen Taylor, Sally Doran, Ruth Caldwell, Mary Frederick, Mavis Bourgois, Lenore Bersell, Jane Roth 



PRICE CLUB 



707 South Sixth 



SHEFFIELD LODGE 



1104 West Oregon 



Top rov; : Judith Van Der Karr, Roberta Kilanowski, Lois Giannini, Barbara Anderson, Janet Johnson 
Second rote : Barbara Busby, Beverly Becker, Nancy Krueger, Marcia Zolty 

Bottom row: Mary Smith, secretary; Joyce Coert, social chairman; Sharon Russakov, treasurer; Carol Boston, president; Carol Peller, Marjorie 
Wulff, vice president 




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To/J row: Beatrice Dvorak, Elissa Becker, Ellen Bonfield, Joanna Zubaty, Irene Armstrong, Jeanne Nelson, Janet Schulte, Grazina Stepaitis, Elinor 

Hixon, Dolores Herman, Nina Mickli If 
Second row: Judith Nosek, Ruth Muraoka, Sylvia Oliva, Barbara Schob, Geraldine Spatz, Jeanette Hoover, LaVerne Nowak, Georgia Werts, Lynn 

Stadleman, Carol Menke, Mary Banchak, Shirley Uher 
Bottom row: Olaudette Kolhiem, Mary Stern, Ellen Hoenicke, Virginia Steiner, Claire Higham, social chairman; Henrietta Hoenicke, president; 

Naomi Ishino, secretary; Janet Gunn, treasurer; Arlene Polsgrove, Judith Toler, Irene Baksys, Carole DeVita 
Not in panel : Bemice Lukinsky, Margaret Webster, Karol Reit.-ch. Eleanor Benson, Carleine Hobbet, Nancy Arnesen 



T-DORM A 



902 College Court 



T-DORM B 



910 College Court 



Top row: Alice Walker, Louise Sylvester, Margot Bolton, Joanne Ike, Marilyn Brusati, Margaret Lee, Jean Liedtke, Sheila Courter, Stella Pagalys, 

Henrietta Virkau 
Third row: Joan Sipick, Arlene Wolf, Jean Jelinek, Betty Gleason, Mary Cheze, Margaret Gilmore, Dolores Griffith, Lois Byers, Gloria Rees, Mary 

Venclova 
Second row: Nancy Young, Anne Bages, Carolyn Kolze, secretary; Myrene Anderson, social chairman; Fredericka Krauss, president; Eleanor 

Weller, treasurer; Susan Zakoian, Marjorie Byron, Evelyn Gutzeit 
Bottom row: Dorothy Sutz, Mary DeMichael. Arnette Murray, Shirley Johnson, Nancy Ringenberg, Monica Smoron, Constance Henley 
Not in panel: Jean Fujinaka, Lillie Okuhara, Lorraine Tillman, Jean Rowly, Nancy Augustus 



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Top row : Beverly Lee, Kitty Franks, Sharon Houser, Patricia Pink, Darlene Miller, Nancy TJpsall, Jean Ritter, Betty Kanaby, Rose Paloian, Nora 

Horan, Patricia Cline, Elaine Chang 
Second row: Jnlia Zabarauskas, Jeanette Chang, Gabrielle Walters, Ruth Byers, Lucy Andrew, Marjorie Smith, Sandra Schulz, Dina Engleton, 

Merrill Moss, Arlene Keyes, Cynthia Soter 
Bottom row: Olga Michalchik, Marie Weishaupt. Nancy Leigh, Susan Abbott, Alice Berger. Diane A an Staveren. Lenore Ramelow 
Not in panel: Lubov Babeno, Marlene Fenske, Beverly Fisher, Josephine Garland, Gertrude Hoffman, Doris Kawasaki, Nancy Miller, Dalia Ozelis, 

Dalia Tutleys, Ann Uhrich, Eleanor Whitford 



T-DORM C 



1002 College Court 



WARD HOUSE 



1201 West Nevada 



Top row : Toby Schnitz, Betty McCullough, Simone Drake, Judith Horner, Carol Tascher, Elaine Wegener, Carolyn Younglove 

Second row: Gertrude Brown, treasurer; Catherine Jones, vice president; Mrs. Burner, Peggy Merideth, social chairman; Marjorie Wilhelm, 

dent 

Bottom row: Mary Russell, Judith Ahern, Elaine Bastedo, Judith Kratzenberg, Mary Anderson, secretary 




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Top row: Judith Desenis, Dolores Runzel, Julie Wells, Mary Culp, Barbara James, Patricia Lindgren, Tamara Wolczek, Virginia Kerasotes 
S< ■mud row. Barbara Jorgens, Sidney Malkin, Nancy Cruickshank, Eileen Steffen, Dolores Keri, Mary Shelton, Nancy Westefer 

Hi, n, mi row: Martha Ferguson. Harriett Shed, treasurer; Shirley Veri'ill, house manager; Mrs. Tillitson. Marjorie Stucke, president; Janet Klin- 
ger. rire president-social chairman; Yolanda Tong, secretary 



HOSTE HOUSE 



903 West Nevada 





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Top row : Kenneth Wagner, Robert Drabik, Dennis Hudson, Robert Rogers, Warren Gedstad, Edward Schmidt, David Tillema, Richard DeCamp, 
Bruce Hallberg, David O'Bryant, Burl Baker, James Spencer, Robert Brush, Warren James, Kenneth Golan 

Fourth row: Douglass Sparks, Norman Zanin, Robert Hanes, Richard Smith, Homer Koop, Richard Angus, Mark Creviston, Andrew Ekblaw, Wil- 
bur Zanin, Robert Ilageineyer. Robert Ruppel, Richard Ewan, Joseph Long, Robert Smith 

Third roiv : Frank Falley, Charles Francis, Richard Cowart, Dr. George Ekblaw, Clinton Spivey, John Birky, Howard Gleason, Sam Kirk, Gordon 
Iversen, Ralph Houi, r h, Ronald Skmueger, David Fishel, David Jareo, Allen Kleinbeck 

Second row: Roger Wareham, Roger Evans, Lyndon Bell, William Denhardt, Ronald Fickel, Ronald Wrisht. Jack King, Kent Kelling, Lloyd Allison, 
George Wilson, William Gustin, Raymond Likes BMn^^^^^^^ ~ ^^— 1^-_^-^^^— ^— 

Bottom row: Steven Norton, Dean Sears, Kenneth Bush, David Goodman, Clifford Nelson, Harold Plautz, John Revell 

Not in panel: Ronald Maurer, Samuel Shockey, James Terwilliger, Leon Heiple, Eugene Segin, Craig Webber, Charles Minor, Joseph Hunsaker 





ACACIA 



01 East Daniel 42 Active Cl; 



Kwrs — Top row: John Birky, treasurer; Gordon Iversen, 
junior dean; Ralph Hough, secretary 
Bottom row : Ronald Slonneger, rushing chairman; Sam 
Kirk, senior dean; Howard Gleason, venerable dean 






ALPHA CHI RHO 



311 East Armory 20 Active Chapters 



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Top row: James Stewardson, Phillip Turner, James Spoor, Williuni Sullivan, Charles Blahous, John Ippensen, Darrell March, Robert Meyer, Jerry 

Oleary mm^^^^^^^^ ~— ~"™^ 

Third row: Fred Burghardt, Robert Lutz, Donald Whitmore, Roger Hull, David Scheuring, Joseph McOook, Joseph Conover, Dennis Galle, Gary 

Winter, Charles Long. James Pawcett ^^^1 

Second row : Paul Brown, Joseph Trautman, Robert Weiss, David Breuer, Charles Quantock, Richard Luettich, Edward Kafka, Roy Cousins, 

Thomas Richardson 
Bottom row : Charles Cox, Gary Popel, Carl Bledsoe, Edward Blahous, Raymond Winters, Richard Buesinger, Thomas Prickett, Richard Fairfield, 

Robert Burr, David Smith 
Not in panel: Robert Kafka, David Nelson, Roger Roderick, Ronald Harnak, Kenneth McCalley 






Top row: John Greely. William Grube, Raymond Eb 
Sudhoff, Timothy Hughes, Ronald King 



bert. David Tolle, John Wenner, Claud 



Elliot, Craig 



e, Thane Halstead, Charles Ririe, Roy 
Thomas Stifler, George Paulson, 



Fourth row- Raymond Weisen burger, Rudolph Botel. Richard Berard, Ronald Pool, Victor Shaner, Wilson Leeming 

John Rowe, Ronald Brnvprs, Carl Godman. Dannel McCollum 
Third row: Lawrence TenPas, James Bakle, Ralph Fisk, John Mason, Thomas Wilson, David Hill, Kenneth Eckrote, John Stout, James McCollum, 

Thomas Brody ~ . ^^^^^ ^^^^BBi 

Second row : Robert Mich, Donald Bay, Robert Murray, John Kimbark, John Wilson, Frederick Myers, William Boros, Dean Bates, John Branden- 

berger, Lewis Groebe, Herbert Felsen, George Armstrong tob^^^ 

Bottom row: Thomas Link, James Buddenbauin, Roger Nichols, Robert Kostal, John Storm, John Kibler, Donald MacArthur, Michael Keenan, 

Charles Mosher, Michael Day 
Not. in panel: Joel Hememsn, Allen Stillman 





ALPHA DELTA PHI 

310 East John 28 Active Chapters 



Officers -'fa p row: John Mason, corresponding secretari/ : 
Thomas Wilson, social chairman; David Iliil, president; 
John Stout, rccurdiiir/ secretary; Allen Stillman, treasurer 

Bottom row: Kenneth Eckrote, vice president; Roy Sud- 
lioiT, kou ' manager 






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ALPHA EPSILON PI 

302 East Gregory 62 Active Chapters 



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Xop iow : Lee Bernstein, Burton blotky, Michael Kulin, William Littinann, Gerald Kichman, Leonard Snntow, Charles Corn, Lawrence Shabat, Paul 

Lewison, David Kohn, Neil Melcher ^^^mb^_ 

Third row: Gerson Josei'h, Gene Norris. Howard Narofsky, David Rosenstein, Arlen Schor, Richard Shapiro, Robert Richman, John Davis, Bruce 

Levene, Marvin Segal, Robert Goot, Warren Levins 
Second row: Gerald Galler, Ira Markus. Elliott Zidell, Kenneth Denberg. Jack Ruth, Jay Strauss, Ronald Cohn, Gerald Eisenstein, Alan Sumberg 
Bottom row : Michael Berz, Michael Weinger, Malvin Bergart, Stanley Horn, Steven Stern, Michael Gurvey, Marshall Browdy, Allen Fagel 
Not in panel: Roger Baskes, Kenneth Baygood, Fred Wolf, Norton Baran, Philip Graff, Herbert Murrie, Robert Heller, Phillip Ball, Richard 
Wishner, Gerald Rosen, Melvin Korpy. Gerald Rosenbere\ Jordan Rlooni. Gary Laser 








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Top row: Bobert Martin. George Mace, Jerry Hardin, Carl Becker, James Whittaker, Donald Huftalin, Boger Wegehenkel, Thomas Shellgy, Bobert 

Mohrman, Bobert Hunt, George Muck, James Bell, Dale Helms 
Third row • David Ash, Philip Phar, Joseph Helms, Raymond Carmichael, Earl Kingman, Earl Sonnemaker, Louis Rogers, James Hubbard, Charles 

Fink, Jerry Kin?, Toe Bicknell, Dale Hedrick 
Second row: Kenneth Ellis, Robert Emmons, James Clapper, Boger Wenstrom, Donald Bice, Bolland Main, William West, Donald Denby, Donald 

DeBolt, William Lovett, Gordon Tnrnbnll ^^^ ^^^WBi 

Bottom row: Delbert Denby, Howard Perry, George Anselm, Edwin Hawkinson, Kenneth Hunt, Paul Heinhorst. Herbert Carmichael, Wayne Rhen, 

Thomas Hudson ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^ 

Not in panel : Donald MeNeely, Carlyle Greathouse Hl^BBM^^. ^^^""^^^■^■•1 




ALPHA GAMMA RHO 

58 East Gregory 33 Active Chapters 




Officers — Top row: James Clapper, usher; Carlyle Great- 
house, rushing chairman; Roger Wenstrom, secretary; 
Raymond Carmichael, alumni secretary; William West, 
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Bottn-iu roa . Donald Denby, house manager; Donald Rice, 
vice noble ruler; Robert Emmons, reporter; Rolland 
Main, noble ruler 





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Officers — Top row : John Cory, treasurer; Stanley Brandon, 
commissar; Louis James, corresponding secretary; David 
Albert, house manager 

Bottom row: James Temple, vice president; Clarence VVin- 
dal, president; William Zartmau, recording secretary 



ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA 



401 East Daniel 15 Active Chapters 




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Top row: William Corlej . Bruce Baxter, Jack Beaupre. John Ihrie, William PrTfcharrt, Wayne I.eiehty. Allen Topsten. Donald Snyder, Robert T.ind 

gien, James l'tlteii, L' rederick Kurth, Robert (Shannon, John Lane BM^^^^^^m 

Third row: Warren Harris, John Braswell, Thomas Micklos, Bobert Guy, John Matthews, William Abell, Thomas Grillith, Albert Fincham, Vernon 

Johnson, Stanley Brandon, Jon Guyton, Larry Hill, Carl Hinrichs, David Yates ^MB^^n 

Second row: Douglas Wolfe, David Bennett, John Cory, James Temple, Clarence Windal, William Zartman, Louis James, David Albert, Jon Culton 
Bottom row : Joseph Glass, Carl Esslinger, William McMullen, James Bayles, Richard Bauer, Charles Zartman, Richard Laquement, Richard Har- 

tung, Kenneth Majerehin 
Not in panel : Donald Lanier, Robert Edwards 







Top row : Thomas Torkr, John Challas, Robert Wirth, Arthur Py, William Paschke, Kenneth Prenge), Richard Emrick, John Hanley, George Magee, 
Sanford Furman, Anthony Bonavolonta, David Chun 

Third row : -Tack Mendelson, Gordon Pierce, Joseph Rachunas, Prof. Ralph Line, Prof. Robert Link, Prof. John Wood, Richard Williams, Prof. 
Driver Lindsay, Tack Baker, Milan Olach, Nicholas Bavaro, William Gaul 

Second row: Nathan Carras, Marion Smith, Prof. 0>]af Fjelde, Walter Shigihara, Mrs. Hamilton, Stanley Routh, Richard Hansen, Marvin Barn- 
burg, Prof. Prank Lescher, Aden Lauchnpr, Brian Owens 

Bottom row: Charles Kcsturik, John Haertel, James Petersen, Leonard Peterson, John Kitazaki, Joseph Pappalardo, William Davis, Kenneth Olen- 
dorf, John Manachek, John Doolen ^^^^^^^ 

Not in panel: Thomas Wrona, Ross Potter, Robert Proctor, Thomas Kosturik 




ALPHA RHO CHI 

1108 South First 11 Active Chapters 




Officers- -Top ran:: Stanley Routh, worthy architect; Rich 
ai'd Hansen, worthy a/wncirrtr arcliitt'ct 

Urian ovens, fifth member of the board; 
Marvin Bamburg, v orthy estimator: Walter Shigihara, 
worthy 






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Officers — Top row: Michael Dougherty, vice president: Rob- 
ert Johannes, president; Theodore Hager, treasurer 

Bottom row: James Snyder, secretary; Carl Hartmann, 
house manager; Thomas Glenn, pledge Imiiter 




ALPHA SIGMA PHI 

211 East Armory 83 Active Chapters 



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row: Thomas Glenn, Fred Weeks, Donald Banks, Herbert Tygett. Ralph Bennett, Donald Ball. Robert Leigh. James 
Gladish, Robert Wild.nradt, Roger Taylor, Walter Johnson, Donald Fischer, Perry Bolhous, Charles Ferguson, Jerry 
Hauter |Mm 

Fourth row: Ronald Olson, Jerry Meyer, Robert Stevens. Tamps Snyder, John Cline, Theodore Hager, James Davis, Julius Hjulian, Robert Brown, 
Donald Lacy, Russell McKibben, Donald Strand, Glenn Albin, Kenneth Hamilton. Ronald Rowan, James Jared 

Third row: David Dunniwny Carl Hartmann, Richard Jims, Lynn Arlieuu, JxtiUi Peterson, Robert Johannes, Mrs. Harlan. Michael Dougherty, 
William Ridley, Leonard Kudlata 

Second row: Richard Barnett, Glenn Hohnstreiter, Neil Arends. John Pawius, Robert Condon, Raymond Grammer, John Rapasky, Roger Hen- 
dricks, Wayne Albre' ht. Charles Finch, Henry Chapman, Thomas Ervin 

Bottom, row : Larry Hess, Robert Van Der Straeten, William Sailors, Lee Transier, Jack Shawver, Robert McGuire, Jerome Hoch, Frank Smith, 
Robert Detmer, Thomas Young. 

Not in panel: Arnold Dauksavage, John Gwin, Richard Vorreyer, Dino Pezzato, Charles Heard, Richard Rein, Eugene Johnson, Marshall Huggins, 
David Beason, Richard Gallagher 





Top row: James Huyler, Edward Smith, George Roberts, Harold Collins, Charles Evanson, William Hinkle, Kent Ramm, Robert Allison, Thomas 

Conto, Howard ClelT, James Pitcher, Howard Landon, Thomas Whiston, Thomas McKay 
Third row: Donald Dowd, George Dixon, John Evans, Donald Pierre, Walter Browning, Lowell Johnson, William Dietrich, Bruce Burgess, Fuhrer 

Dickey, John Glezpn. David Barry, Jerry Williams, Bruce Rodgers, Robert Carlisle, William Muther 
Second row : Ronald Yocliem, Bruce Brothors. Robert Welton, Richard Carlson, George Van Schoick, Richard Kurz, William Brinker, James Burg, 

Paul Hayes, Edward Huber, Richard 8ie<*l(> 
Bottom row: Peter Evanson, Arthur Gross, G< orge Cameron, Kenneth Schwab, John Brinker, Teddy Smith, George Baker, Charles Bartholomew, 

James Clayberg MB^^^mm. I~™^^ ^**~ ^^^^^^^^^^WB 

Not in panel: Michael Xegley, William Altenbtrger, Jack Jordan, Paul Blanke, Everett Spence, Bruce Johnson, Kenneth KelTerhals. Hharles Schrader 




ALPHA TAU OMEGA 

1101 West Pennsylvania 11 j Active Chapters 






Top row: Frederick Hubner, Richard Von Dach, William Keel, James Meyer, Loren Stoeckel, Robert Sudlriiii, Robert Bachmann, Robert Monsell, 
William Leverance |^m^^^^^ ^W^ BMM 

Third row : William De* kert, Leonard Liss, Robert Cochran, Dale Rust, Jack Drews, Clarence Scarbrough, Edward Runge, Robert Stephan, El 
Ahner 

Second row: Robert Johnson^ Ernest Karner, John Dodge, William Bunte, Delbert Karmeier, Raymond Unger, John Knodle, Harold Suhr 

Bottom row : David Meier, Clyde Runge, Jon Switzer, Robert Willoughby, Stuart Oberheu, Merle Aukamp 

Not in panel : Frederick Goebel 









Top row: James Hord, Stephen Safly, Thomas Thompson, Harold Walden, Edwin Finch, Samuel Erwin, George Gallati, Thomas Schmitt, Larry 

Harman, Robert Merrill, Robert Cook, Charles Hubele, John Allen, William Howard, Donald Trull, Robert Hunt 
Fourth row: Richard Sharer, Robert Hall, Paul Uhlenhop, Jack Carlson, Thomas Loew, James Neal, Ronald Maris, Alfred Urbanckas, Allen 

Cassens, Key Piuman, "William Forsyth, Donald Ohl, Jerry Stanners, George Eberle, Ronald Faster, Robert Henderson, James Gayle, Lucien 

Knpp I MMMltaaa ^^^^^^^BB 

Third row: George Gfoer«r. Robert Ruu.-Ji. RiJiard Besser. Jerreil Babb, Keith Kappmeyer, James Creath, Mrs. Porter, Richard Flores, Noel 

Grady, Robert Mnnmcke, Clarence Teagardm, James Nagle 
Second row: George Edgcll. Thomas Breen, Lawrence Gahan, John Finch, Robert Nix, Gene Fox, liu;;li Graham, Norman 
Bottom row: Charles Redmon, Larry Ray, Richard Koeller, Charles Polk, Thomas Walker, David Stewart, Richard Roush 





BETA THETA PI 

202 East Daniel 97 Active Cliaptrrs 




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cer.i — Top row: Robert Munnecke, con espondinr/ secre- 
tary: Robert Roush. treasurer; James Oronth, vif'i 
resident; Richard BVsrit, sijciul clean-man 

uw : Jerreil Babb. recording secrdary; Noel Grady, 
' c ,- Richard Flores, president; Keith Kapp- 
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row: Warren Malone, Donald Taylor, Thomas Naughton. Peter Bartu, Howard Mitchell, Lawrence Marshall, Thomas Walsh, Alan Swanson, 

George Niva, Francis Van Sickle, Bruce Jackson, Michael Simpson 
Third rote: Neil Burr, Theodore Filsoii, John Riggs, Richard Abrahamson, Harold Frette, James Hose, lohn Shuster, James Riggs, Victor Havel, 

Joseph Brownlow. Eonald Sweidler, Ervin Chocol, Walter Heimerdinger ^^m^_ 

Second row: Duane Pedriana, David Mersbaoh, James McAuley, Paul Clevenger, Richard Degener, James VanGray, Edward Peterson, Joseph 

Jones, Gary Anderson. Phillip Winters 
Bottom row: Ned Wheehr, Kent Tarrant, James Weatherly, Stephen Sisulak, Howard Vondruska, Ronald Urban, Robert Hoffman, Robert Tolley, 

Robert Nelson 
Not in panel: Donald Shawl, Donald Brooks, James Nyka, Robert Korngiebel 




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Top row : Henry Scluuitt, James Clark, Roger Mleynek, John Fosha, Richard Aseher, Donald Eckert, Stephan Shepherd, Harris Howeler, Arthur 
Leasnre, Ronald Francis, Anthony Lekas 

Fmtrth voir- Rodney JJilsson, Roger Kline, John Pike, James Christensen, John McGowen, Norman Andersen, James Anderson, Lawrence Hop- 
kins, Charles Borden, Ellsworth Warmbir, Salvatore Grisaffe 

Third row • Alan Cole, Roger tioiaieu, Arthur Pestak, Frederick Helmer. Christian Wold, Stanley Rolfe, Robert Chambers, James Peterson, Ronald 
Jerit, Jack Olson ~"~~ — ^^^^^^ ^^^^W 

Seco>id row: Robert Heitzman, Raymond Zeller, Joel Thrawl, Robert Taylor, Donald Charlton, Richard Hushes, Howard Cochran, Willmore Hast- 
ings, Donald Todosichuk, Robert King ^ta^^^^ " 

Bottom row: Paul Gambino, Robert Leasure, Dennis Sjostrom, Thomas Kees, Herbert Medrow, James Larson, James Bickers. Robert. Corsiglia 

Vol in panel. Richard Malmquist, Lyle Cain ^fcl^^^^^^^^^^ 





Top row: James O'Brien, Raymond Borelli, Robert Miskee, John McGregor, John Farrow, Anthony Seminerio, James Bjorciahl, Henry Hosman, 
William Shaw, Roger Anderson 

Third row: Richard Chenoweth, Gerald Clark, John Huclc, Robert Wilson, Rodger Julinson, John TiuglelT, Robert Beubow, James Lyons, William 
Tschudy, Donald Woodward, Herbert Badal 

Second row: George Dehong, William Korbus, Robert Foster, Robert McNally, Eugene Dramm, Kenneth Buel, Charles Wolfe, Robert Magnusson, 
Eugene Urbaniec, James Lemke Mmmb 

Bottom row : John Bussjager, Gerald Johnson, Eugene Brazis, Kaye Schneider, James Gaebe, John Hahn, David Snyder, William Huffman, Al- 
bert Lorenz 

Not in panel: James Can-, John Cazel, George Davis, Thomas Ford, Robert Friday. Robert Goodman, Gilbert Hensey, Robert Kastelic, Fred Kohout, 
Franklin Rouleau, John Scheldrup, William Steinhort, Paul Swanson, Donald Tonry 





Top row: Mark McDonald, Roy Reid, Donald I.yddon, Thomas Lester, Ronald Howell, William Schnell, George Bachar, Jackson Kuncl, George 

Potter, Richard Miist, Hikmet Basik 

Third row: Robert Johnson, William Hadlock, Andre Olson, Gary Newtson, Jack Connolly, Bruce Black, William Harryman, James Hobart, Rich- 
ard Kossliel, J i li 11 Mnlhnlland, William Newton 

Scrond mi" ■ David Potter, Waiter Relun, William Prentz, Fred Noe, Mrs. Orton, William Pearre, Gene Quermann, Gerald Ainsworth 

bottom rote: Robert Lunugren, Ruben Cooper. Charles Swansmi, Thomas Moore, James Hoadley, James McNamara, Thomas Kane, Philip Theurer 

Not in panel: Richard Dieterich. Donald Hooker, David Jewell, John 'i'ttiuasbeuu, David Bailey 




DELTA KAPPA^EPSILON 

902 South Second 52 Active Chapters 




Officers — Top row: Gary Newtson, rushing chairman; Gene 
u rmann, vice president; William Pearre, president; 
David Potter, hoirse manaycr; William Frentz, corres- 
ponding secretary 

Bottom rev: Walter Uehm, treasurer: Gerald Ainsworth, 
social chairman; Fred Noe, recording secretary 







ort Wall. Stanley Walus, David DeMartelaere. Marvin Sherrill. 



Tohn Garland, William 



Larry Geer, Thomas Knderstrom. Steven Wut.zko, Williar 

Robert Hendel, Bernard Kneale, Sanford Young, Peter Wolf 
Third row: John Domanus, Peter Traver, Joseph Rice, Roy Goern, John Freeberg, Donald Garland, James U<Uluui;li 

Spealman, Rodney AVallace, Lowell Mize, John Fixmer, Dale Meador ^^^ 

Second row: John Bryilen, Millard Darnell, Bertel Henrikson, Russell Fulton, John Kerr, Harry Goern, Thomas Glatter, Donald Peterson, Wayne 

Gruben 
Bottom row: Earl Graves, Edwin Snow, William Barnes, Ronald Guthoff, Donald Weihl, Charles Evans, Wilbur Knutson, Richard Adams, William 

Pike 



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Top row : Phillip Hardy. Lee Boye, John Baker, George Weith, Joseph Schuber, Robert Cochran, James Boltz, Walter Weinwurm, David Proft, 

William Kennedy, Thomas Maltas, Douglas .lackson 
Third row: Edwin Bernlt, Valentine Klunk, Edward Biskup, John Schmidt, Frank Gunderson, Lawrence Cashen, Paul Thistlethwaite, Ralph 

Allen, Robert Willsmi, .Tnhn Hedgcock 
Second row: Dan Hursli, Heliuer Xclson. Marvin Angus, Charles Gibfried, John Mecozzi, Albert Tillman, James Dandurand, Leon Florschuetz, 

Daniel Rees ^"^^ ' 

Bottom row : Conrad Niemann, William Apperson, Donald Eaman, Richard Shoemaker, Charles Hess, Roger Lnean. Donald Broaddus, Glenn Appel 
Not in panel: Thomas Whitten. James Major, John Olson, John Lamb, Kenneth Gablin, Robert Pianow, Bruce Peterson, Richard Bartholomew, 

Randall Cultra, Joseph Cappuzzello ■■MB_m»»- 





DELTA SIGMA PHI 

106 East Daniel 74 Active Chapters 




Officers -Top row: James Dandurand. vice president; Leon 
Florschiiet? trrrerlfril ^^^mm |^HM 

LLum row: Edward Biskup, sergea ntatarms ; Marvin 
Angus, social chairman; John Mecoz'/i, president; Charles 
Gibfried, treasurer I ^| 






Top row: Bernard Kager, William Miner, William Knapp, Harold Harrigian, Robert Moyat, Thomas Rothgeb, Raymond Martin, Eugene Lersch, 
Charles D'Ambrosio, Richard Curylo 

Second row : Harold Hai-ris, Michael Taras, John Whitman, Robert Johnson, Richard Lindenmeyer, Wayne Schneider, Ross Rolander, Wesley Pitch- 
ford, Richard Mazyraek 

Bottom row : Fred Paoli< chi, William Klaproth, Daniel Birkle, Thomas Smith. Harry Lamb, Hugo Paolicchi, Joseph Ansick 

Not in panel: Ruins Oldham, Richard Kotarski, Richard Battles, Paul Schlake, Donald Shanks 



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Top row: Donald Harvey, Robert Eggers, Frederick Warrick, Peter Klein. Edward Delong, Fritz Borgsmiller, Roy Etnyce, Alan Zengel, Robert 

Rankine, Mark CoMello, Thomas Hall, Paul Adams, Jim Cvik, Jack Abplanalp 
Third row: William Borchelt, Dale Flach, Frederick Melberg, Wayne Marthaler, Ronald Dempsey, James Whitelaw, Jack Gordy, Richard Renfro, 

David Vaudrain, Yerle Besant, Duane Kessler, Robert Wilkinson, Roy Posner 
Sernvd rnin: Charles ltogers, Thomas Miller. .Tnek Bland, Edward McFarland, Robert Most, Richard Merhar, Frederick Robison, James Jasper, 

Jon Culbertson, V. rue Bowman, Kurt Hnhthivk. i ><>nald Simroth 
Bottom row: Robert Hyson, Eugene Latz, Lawrence Venable, Bruce liouui, Thomas Sirirles. John Jones, Bernard Richards, Patrick Dowling 

Clem Georlett, Dai') McDyer ^^»^^^^ — — — ^^^^^^^~ 

Not in panel: Frederick Most, Robert Salata, Dan Wile, Richard Nordmeyer, Peter Landa, Martin Magnet, Russ Blake, TJord Uadau, Harold 

Kavetas, James Paiton, James Deremiah, John McWhirter, Richard Daniel, William Sillick, James Capel, Donald Corson, Donald Archer, Gerald 

O'Neil, Richard Scliroeder, Robert. Noedrneyer Ik 




DELTA TAU DELTA 




302 East John 



Officers — Top row: Richard Merhar, president; Frederick 
Robison. treasurer; Yerlc Ecsaut, usatsiant treasurer; 
RoUort Most, vice president 

Bottom rovj . Jon Culbi-rtson, guide ; Kichard Renfro, cor- 
respt eretary; James Jasper, recording secretary 







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'itvan. Philip Griesbauiu, Robert Brunson, George Swift, Paul Helmle, Cecil Stradley, Donald Smith, Barton 

Trotter, Barton Meays, Wayne Rothgeb, Roger tfitzgeiald ^^^ ^WB 

Foitrth rot"- Ruxton Tinker, Richard Winton. ]>on Richartz Walter HmVrinann 

Donald Hortberg, Larry Arndt, Robert Weldon 
Third row: Roger Duffy. Jack Hendryx, Roy Diesner, Joseph Giffin, Joseph ICainz, Gerald Groebe, Charh 

Richard Donohoe, Richard Walthers 

Second row : Geert Van Der Leest, Daniel Dills, Glenn Auble, Thomas Rees, Harry Kellogg, Thomas Schoch, Joel Daniels, Ronald 

lull GT1CC 

Bottom row: James Shofliff. Alan Cork, Bradley Johnson. James Mills. Terry Pritchard Henrv Lang 
Not mi panel: Richard Lindeman, Kenneth Shields, William Barr, Thorn is 'Paulson 



GooTre Meftrt, Roger Kallal, Stewart Trimble, 
es Goding, Richard ILigen, 



Ladd, Simeon 

Steven Stroh, 
Robert Butl< 
Angle, Robert 





Top roii>: Gene Gudeman, Dale Lee, Gary Thomson, Ted Roth, John Sprague, Leon Bonneur, William Dehority, Jesse Osthus, William Gorman, 

John Richter 
Third roi" : Dexter Norton, James Day, Russell Youmans, Charles Shuman, Kenneth McKee, Lynn Truckenbrod, Paul Curtis, Paul Awe, Godfrey 

Bei-gsoluici'ler 
Second row: John Herxchelman, Robert Kmiflson, James Elmer, John Carson, Paul Loitz, Richard Stone, John Gill, William Britz 
Bottom row: Lee West. Jlerle Mulvnney, Paul Shaman, Clarence Walter, Louis Myers, John Bossingham, Neale Eckert, Byron Marlowe 
Not in panel: Frederick' Hey!, John Shuman, Gayle Wright 





Top row : Ellis Reid, Toussaint Toole, Carl Hampton, James Thomas, James Montgomery, Paul Davis, Sherman Morrissette, Leotis Frazier, Drmald 

Greenlee, Nathaniel Scott, Edgar Barnes 
Second row : Theartrice Williams, Lorenzo Martin, Ronald Stewart, Joseph Jenkins, James Ferguson, Theodore Manuell, Roscoe Mitchell, David 

Simmons 
Bottom row : Lonnie Honeycutt, Rinaldo Young, Harry Dunbar, Elliot Muse. Marion Dixon, John Lassiter, Leroy Howell, James Whitehead 
Not in panel : Frank Blake, Leo Clay, Alfred Kelly, Milton McGee, George Brokemond, Buford Mackliet 









Top row: James Pasquinelli, John Hulson, Harry Lindgren, Robert Alford, Gene Buist, William Gullett, James Heilenbach, Eric Wallden, Richard 

Borneman, Jerald Slack, Paul Aden, Richarl Anderson, Robert Reichard, Terry Prillaman, Roger Bard, Wayne Ladendorf 
Third rniv : Norhert Sargent, Paul LeBloch, Frank Fiala, George Esguerra, Kent Christensen, Donald Peters, Benton Warder, David Hubbell, 

Roderick (Jaii&on, Woody Huneryager, Frank Jlarkvart, Howard Douvre. William Becker 
Second mv • Stanley Woods, Robert Wagner, Carl Larson, Gale Shillington, Robert Groeneveld, Robert Troy, Frank Perry, Tony Pasquinelli, 

Donald Gugliuzza, Walter Norton, Herbert Templeton, James Bndd 
Bottom row: Hernando Durana, Donald Hanschman, Cranston Bigger, Robert Suhaeft'er, Robert Parmellee, Warren Bettin, Harry Vesely, Richard 

Barrack, Rolf Madland, Dale McMahon. Robert Sullivan ^^M^^^^_ - —»«— ^^^^^ 

Not in panel : Floyd Sours. Eric Stattin, Robert Jacobson, George Helber ■^■■■^^^^^^^^^^^^■•Bi 





KAPPA DELTA RHO 

1110 South Second £1 Active Chapters 




rs - To. 

ie wttrfSPBW I^^ilMp rr^ }?/ etJjjjj^jjuiJ UM r 

row: Robert Wapner, senior advkor; Stanley Woods, 
i.'obert Tioy, president; Robert Groeneveld, 
vice president 





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yis Chisholm, John Ellett, Carl Cuttone, Robert Oondfellow. Ronald Rousseau, Donald Tourquist, John Abeles, Peter Stodder, James 

Bowen, Douglas Johnson, Thomas Collins. Charles Kunde, .Tuck R«m<M' Ru-scll Harms 
Xkiid rum: Anthony Uuzzardo, Donald McLean, Richard Ehlert, Roger \'anadestine, George Floss, Theodore Cn\n?.7.a, William Drury, James Hayner, 

Russell Novotney, Edward Bingley, Franklin Gutowsky, Richard Southard ^^^M 

Second roiv : William Checkley. Leroy Ahsmann, Clarke Gauger, Arthur Williams, Carl Eichstaedt, Donald Simonson, Marvin Syren, John Oehler, 

Robert Faulkner, Richard Casey, John Boyd 
Bottom row: Ralph Learnard, William Lemke, Jerome Roeske, Robert Evans. Phillip Gebben, Roger Stevens, Richard Mueller, Richard Hubert, 

Milton Smith, Marino Guzzardo 
Not in panel: Edward Ball, George Brechler, Edward Tucker, Davis Roeske, Myron Alcock, Charles Tompkins. Barthomew Kane 







Top row: Edward Gaffi^an, Kobert Fouchard, Richard Newman, Robert Stih, Thomas Wagner, Richard Reynolds, Thomas DeSmet, John Wolf, Harry 

Gordon, William K.iper, George Hanford, AVilliam Peters 
Third row: Richard Yerkler, John Martin, William Edwards, Leroy Spalt, David Binder, Ronald Spamer, Ermett Mueller, John Collins, James 

Brady, Patrick Olark 
Second row: Robert Ertnk, William Albert, Jon Erickson, Thomas Zimmsr, Bruce Barnett, Raymond Wood, Roy Bender, Robert Wilson, Robert 

Eberliart, Richard Kvarts 
Bottom row: John Gusiafson, John dross, Marvin Worley, James Cox, R'lffer Tinney, Robert Wallhaus, Timothy Cortelyou, William Henebry, Loren 

Moss, William Shaffer ^^■^^fc^^^___~""""* 

Not in panel: Stanley Sydlowski M^Mm 




LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 

209 East Armory 148 Active Chapters 




Officers — Top row: Robert Eberhart, secretary; Jon Erick- 
son, ritualist; Raymond Wood, rice president; itoy 
Bonder, serial cliu.it inan 

Bottom row: Thomas Zimmer, treasurer; Bruce Barnett, 
president; Richard Evans, pledge trainer 





PHI DELTAjTHETA 



1 



309 East Chalmers 121 Active Chapters 



iglas Cockfield, Phillip Dressel. Robert Hommel, Sidney Little, Bruce Motlong, Donald Keenan, Sullv Bonan- 
sinea, Byron Baker. Richard Milura, Dale Birtch, John Hodson, Gene Wineland, Carl Noble, William Westbrook, 
Dale Walwark, 'William Gabbard, Frank Raymond, Richard Dick 

Fourth row: Robert Muiihead, David Williams, Kirtley Wilson, David Sterrett, Donald Welbourne. Donald Scott, Max Cisne, David Crane, Robe: 
Balsley, Robert Patterson, Stuart Wilson, Frederick ZwutschTfe, Wendell Hull, Nelson Loar, Nairn Farnsworth, Morgan Powell, Robert Watsi 
Richard Hurekes, John Pptty "^B PW— ^M^^» — ^^^^ ^^^^^^M 

Third row : Clyde Slavery. Charles Riddiford, John Heniff, James Bronson, Norman Racine, Theodore Cufiuuin, Max Ppnwell, Richard Selleg, Rob 
Reitsch, Curtis Gabbard, Lyle Dahlenburg ^mb^^^ - 

Second row: Richard Ekin, Thomas Gabbard, Paul Terranova, Gerald Tietz, Alphonse Holtmann, Leonard Arentsen, Thomas Morrison, John Craw- 
ford, William Bonansmga, Robert Bronson 

Bottom row : John Moss, Thomas Lindquist, William Beanblossom, William Forsyth, Joseph McCoy, Robert Breckenridge, Joseph Bartulis, Stephen 
Groves 

Not in panel: William Grubb, Gary Francis, Evans Mank 








Top row: Robert Shapiro, Thomas Ozerner, Joel Axelrad, Norman Deutsch, Allan Levin, Laurance Nathan, George Cohon, Jon Isenberg, Ronald 

Schwartz, Myron Kpstein, William Schoernvald, Michael Kahn 
Fourth row: Burt Skolnik, Stanley Kantor, Howard Isenberg, David Mutchnik, Stephen Conhain, Stanley Rubin, Philip Kaufman, Maurice Pickard, 

Harvey Pool, Stanley Elster, Ronald Bhunenfeld 
Third row: Arthur Lang, Lee Lippman, Paul Keeshin, Kenneth Jacobs, Alan Kaplin, Robert Miller, Gary Kastel, Robert Hirsch, Ronald Kaplan, 

Richard Marks, Michael Schwartz., Maxwell Schwartz. Allen Hochfelder. Kent Gerber 
Second row: Robert Rashkow, Herbert Oross, Jerry Appel, Roger Lewis, Michael Kohn. Alvin Samuels, Allen Carter, Bernard Bernstine, Rober 

Nachenberg, Robert Levy ^^^^^^^^fcZ^T™"*"'" . j^^^ ^^^^ 

Bottom row: Alan Levine, David Myers, Robert Steiger, Howard Kravetz, Theodore Shane, Norman Marcus, Lawrence Olive. Richard Goldstein 

Richard Fleisher, Robert Baum, Dennis Hymanson H^ ___ 

Not in panel: Myron Berezin, David Goodman. Marvin Lieberman. Robert Ostrow, Michael Gordon 





PHI EPSILON PI 



907 South Third 37 Active Chapters 




i ber, recording Secretary; Ronald Blumenfeld, cor- 
rf^pnndiii'j secretary ; Jerry Appel, commissar 
Bottom row: Roger Lewis, treasurer; Michael Kohn, su- 
perior; Alvin Samuels, vice superior 





PHI GAMMA DELTA 

401 East John 82 Active Chapters 



*.r.A. 



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row: Robert Nesbit, Thomas Snow, William Bayha, William Shimshok, James Keehner, James Renwick, David Pfoff, 
James Solomon, Kent Brennecke, George Smith, Thomas Ainsley, Russell McDonald, William Ieuter, James Mathis, 
Richard Brandt, Edward Nagel ^^^^ ^^^^ 

Fourth row : Robert Byers, David Walker. Donald Bowers, William Gerdes, Kenneth Sutter, John Jenkins, Donald Drummond, Thomas Johnston, 
Jerome Groniger, Richard Hill, Harold Ritter, James Babcock, Walter Baker, John Armstrong, Ralph Nelson, Henry Haush 

Third row: Donald Nagel, Corliss Anderson, Donald Himes, Robert Little, Richard Little, William Bingham, James McGill, Larry McKnelly, 
Donald Brown, Daniel Lirot, Richard Peterson ^^^^^^^^m 

Second row: Peter Hasselmann, Joseph Kuhar, Willard Langhenry, Gerald Ford, Robert Fischer, Jack Diederich, Ronald Etherton, Arthur Carl- 
son, Garee Slider, William Haver |^H^^_ 

Bottom row: Richard Schaeffer, David McClelland, William Dunne, William Fox, David Cade, John Goodell, Kurt Lauridsen, Robert Passaneau, 
James Eggerichs, Kenneth Hovland 

Not in panel : Peter Tomaras, Frank Hedgcock, Paul Becker, John Pettit, Fredric Martin, Daniel Berry, Peter Koeppen, Darrell Dicks, Thomas 
Schmitz, Richard Miller, George Maier, Harold Childress, Larry Kindle, Owen Ackerman 









op row : Gerald Stawi' k, Ward Bretz, John Gnrrity, Patrick Trotter, Floyd Brezavar, Jerome Mockenhaupt, Patrick Mahoney, Lee Frerker, Martin 

Swingley, Frederick Heckenkamp, Thomas Richardson, Thomas Killian 
hird row: Conrad Trcker, Patrick Conlon, Rny Brizz, Anthony Lawless, Robert Carlson, George BonSalle, Robert Adam, Thomas Wynn, George 
Wood, John liauuigarten, Eneene Gagliardi 
Serovd roir • John Eur< Terrence McMuliun, RicTiard Kauth, Ronald Kr*it, Jerome McCarthy, John Egan, Edward Schulte, Donald Haraburd, James 

MacShane, John Donahue ^^^ T~ — . ^^^^ ^^^Wi 

Bottom row: Phil Pecaiaro, Paul Dittmer, Cornelius Koun, David Ladd, Jerome Caiuso, Karl SnIHvnn, .Jnm<"< Copeland, Thomas Turner 
Not in panel: Donald Somon, Kenneth Bugan, James Fitzgerald, James Ezop, John McClory, Harlow Hill, Charles t'u(>plt, "William Marshall; Tames 
Bickhaus 





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it, Rirhnrd Hntson Fdvrard Prirhnrd, Brian V-ith, DaiTvl Lamps, 
Dennis, Willard Lens' how, Ronald Keller, John Cummings i^^^H 

Third row: John Koeber, Karl Kreeb, David Nogle, Elmer Kolkmeier, Dennis Jereb, Philip YVyatt, David Redman, Roy Pappus, Benjamin Waldie, 
Peter Ford, David Boling, Gary Krause MMg 

Second row : Stephen Trelfase, Malcolm Bushnell, Harry Summers, William Stocking, Robert Mihm, Donald Page, Thomas Black, Don Thormahlen, 
James Hawes, Sidney Gorham, Daniel Miollis, Robert Palermo 

Bottom row: John Ravencroft, Glen Bitter, Conrad Hoppe, Robert Moldal, William Hobbs, William Johnson, John Williams, Alan Swanson 

Not in panel : Joseph Stephens, Thomas Mayes, John Green, Robert DesEnfants, Garry Lamm, Robert Mast. Bruce Hamman 






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Top row: Banfield Capri in, James Sindt, William Hester, Peter Weitzel, Paul Gottschalk, Terry Wade, Donald Hagemaster, John Frerk, Jack Web- 
ster, Charles Thompson, John Gratchner, James Backoff, Gerald Lahey 

Third row: Frederick Crantr, Thomas Brownlee, Ronald Gilbert, Joseph White, Robert Lacher, Barrett Sleeman, Stanley Stowers, Kenneth Cullen, 
Edward Johnson, Charles Dixon, Ralph Rockwell, John Hudson, Clement Ryan, William Shade 

)>eco>td row: Allen Borrmg, George Ellis, <-feral<l Jlaisenbacher, lieroy Dawson, Walter Newlin, Lester Schnake, Richard Shelby, Charles Enderby, 
Howard Book, Wilfred DeCook, Donald Kudzma, Elliott Moore, Raymond Paw 

Bottom row: Jon Book, Lowell Gratigny, Duane Harwick, Stephan Grant, Raymond Cain, Fiiiil Monsre, Melville Lawrence, Robert Clements, David 
Baulos, Joseph Finclier, Kermit Small, Donald Merritt Mbbm 

Not in panel: Donald Dnbas, Ronald Watkins, Thomas Alexander, Richard Torpe 




PHI KAPPA SIGMA 

813 East Chalmers 47 Active Chapters 



I 



i'«i Johnson, secretary; Rich- 
ard .shclby, president; Lester Schnake, house manager; 
Allen liorring, treasurer; Charles ISnderby, scholarship 
chairman Howard Book, pledge trainer 







Officers — Top row : James Brubaker, house ma 
Hardesty, secretary 

Bottom row : Alvin Belsley, vice president; Thomas 
cott, treasurer; Allen Bradley, prestdc ut ,■ William 
Nair, pledge master; John Kronvall, social chairman 



PHI KAPPA TAU 

310 East Gregory 65 Active Chapters 



Top row. William McNair, James Otto, John Thompson, Phillip Miller, James Wright, James Kornwolf, Carl Freddy, Richard Swanson 

Bartsch, Ronald Wilson, Carl Enlow, James Hendricks, Fred Blaiine, Donald Thompson 
Fourth row: James Watt, Richard Hodges, Carl Budelsky, Kenneth Kirk. Roger Martin. Johu Shepherd. Jerry Summers, Wendell Doolittle, Frank 

Laraia, Kenneth DiPrima, Harold Rosenwinkel, John Petko, Bryce Bolton, Richard Norman, Larry Thomson 
Third row : James Brubaker, Leonard Walberg, James Kennedy, Thomas Chilcott, Allen Bradley, Alvin Belsley, John Kronvall, James Hard 

Craig Johnson, Arthur Daniels 
Second row: Thomas Ruhling, Jacques Andre, Marshall Olson, William Miner, Harold Klatt, James Williamson, Robert Worner, William Cook, Orrin 

Dressier, Allen Dauganrd 
Bottom row: Edward Miller, Charles Bills, Leon Lillard, Richard Carlson, William Hansen, Robert Bartlett, Larry Jones, Ralph Smith, Thomas 

Rowley 






Top row : Myles Gordon Burton Reckles, Fred Kanter. Allan Nelson, Norman Dunn, Robert Meyerovitz, Robert Zacovitch, Udell Bernstein, Morton 

Engelberg, Robert Don, Louis Robinson, Leonard Kaplan, David Schnitzer, Donald Norris, Alfred Chiprin, Maurice Kaz, George Rachlin 
tft'fd rniv : Herbert Levin. Lester Weinstine, Philip Passman, Bernard Turek, Jules Cogan, Morton Miller, Jack Nitzkin, Myron Stone, Robert Glaser, 

Robert Jackson, Xlu'odore Gertz. Saul Lowy, Avrum Dannen, Donald Goldstein, David Saidel 
sernnd row ■ Marvin Fnman. Arnold Ji.au.ter, Jnlm Kin-wans. Arthur Lerner, "Victor Feldman, Lawrence Sager, Herbert Weintraub, Alexander Lewin, 

Melvin Newman, Robert Karns, Jerome Tankul, David Birkner ^^^^^^H^IH 
Bottom row: Perry Rudman, Jay Levine, Harold Pishbein, Robert Naiman, Jay Dubiusky, Janus Freidmau, Allen Brody. Abraham Grossfeld, Robert 

Lazarus, Ronald Goldberg, Martin Kramer ^ """""""■•■^^■■^^^^ 




PHI SIGMA DELTA 

MM 706 West Ohio 33 Active Chapters 





I'owtk row : Douakl Zal.-sky, Arthur Price, Robert Bern, John Lively, ttary Bielfeldt, Phil Judson, Hugh Mr-Master, James Holt, John Kati 
rvODcrt joflr&t'Kiiifln ^^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

Tftird \ row: Richard Hoa- Lenos Muret, George Gellert, Lloyd Heisler, John Trogolo, John Murray. Richard Lee, Orville Asper, George Mueller, P; 
Judson 

Second row: John Mumm, Donald Miller, Arthur Larson, Jon Osborne, Carl Smedberg. Delbert Lvle. Henry Bielema. Larrv Miller 

Bottom row: Douglas MacNiel, Harold Boon, Thomas Bridges, Kenneth Lebermann. Ronald Cuiklinski, Gary Handel 

Not in panel: Vance Cummins, John Nordin, Donald Zugschwerdt, Harold Mooberrv Walter Heintzen 






Top row : Marvin Dennis, Charles Wuerpel, Robert Herschelman, John Vilven, William Staffeld, Richard Weisbaum, James Johnson, Paul Van 

Deventer, Eldon Durr, George Rexroat, Harry Kropp 
Third row: Richard McCrary, Rodney Franklin, Alexander Velco, David Jacobs, Russell McClellan, Ronald Griesheimer, John Devault, Ralph 

Hale, Joseph Phillips ^^H^HBHI 

Second row: Prank Gerace, Edward McCrary, Raymond Kizior, Robert Heckler, Harold Fox, Walter Link, Ronald Walaitis, Paul Crossland, Wayne 

Weber, Raymond Andrews, John Macleary ^^^ ^^^^^^B^^ 

Bottom row: Edward Strasma, Richard Muerle, Earl Schaefer, Edmond Irps, Bert Potman, Maurice Bohbitt, Michael Stanton 
Not in panel: Peter Shaver, Daniel Spink, James Shook, David Hucker, Charles Eliason, Larry Hostetler, James Douglass, Algird Pakeltis J Dor 

William Petersen. Donald Cyrier, Robert Bovie, Terry Parker, Robert Copeland ■^M^^. 





PI KAPPA ALPHA 

102 East Chalmers 111 Active Chapters 




liei-t Heckler, assistant treasurer; 
istorian; Ronald Walaitis, treasurer 
flarold Kox, vice president; Walter Link, 
president; Russell McClellan, house manager 





Top row: Frederic Wheeler, Douglas Deuss, Fredrick Hamman, Larry Kresin, Rudolph Nekovar, Richard Bangert, Eugene KiUiiiiller, George Eck- 

ardt, Joseph Turek, clary Rittenhouse, Everett Schleter 
Second row: Milton Diedrick, Donald Thompson, Harry Brunner, Lawrence Inglis, William Anda, John Williams, Robert Anderson, Donald Freund, 

Charles Nagel 
Bottom row : John Baker, George Von Oepen, John Corder, Earl Carlson, David Breidenthal, George Leech, William Lyons 
Not in panel : Eugene Baethke, Willitt Pierce, Richard Sarmont, Nathaniel Shepard 



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lop row : Burton Katz, Morris Levy, Basil Kromelow, Sol Hara, Leonard Jaffe, Burton Malow, Samuel Berger, Steven Blockinan, Joel Kass, Joel 

Cohen, Barry Shipp. Sheldon Sandman, San ford Graw, Harold Dreebin, William Levy, Barry Barr 
?uurH< tn-tv : Jay Zimrir», Manfred Wise, Robert Mell, Larry Fernstein, William Kohn, Ronald Gonsky, Fredric Richman, Melvin Berman, Bernard 

Reizner, Ronald SUiue, Alan Levy, Joel Needlman, Jerome Mailer 
Tnrd row: Harold Wairman, Sheldon Kiontnb' r = r , Burton Berman. Howard Malkin, Jerry Fishman, Corwin Gross, Richard Steigel, Sidney Granat, 

Allan Kurtzman, Herbert Oberlantier, iiit Lurvey, Alien Culiuu ^^^Hi 

Second row: Edward Rt-icin, Robert Josephs, Leon Kaufmann, Richard Hallobow, Michael Harris, Robert Roeklin, Allan KayvhaTi, Edward Simon 

Sheldon Osheff l^^^^fc^Z____ - 

Bottom row: Ronald Melmen, Carl Chestler, Arthur Kroft, Barry Fox, Lyle Jacobs, Howard Lamer, Martin Brozosky, Ephrai. 





Top row: John Salomon, 

Seligman, Milton Fi^ld 
Third row : Mitchell Ba>s, Jay Sheinkop, Irwin David, Jerry Kolb, Leonard Levy, Arnold 

Schaider, Jay Becker, Joel Gimpel, Selwyn Shapiro, Fred Horwitz, Phillip Sokol 
Second row: Lawrence Fretzin, Edwin Goldenberg, Allan Jacobs, Melvyn Green, Prof. Rubin Cohn, Allen Sered, Larry Graff 
Bottom row : Robert Walker, Harold Gluskoter, Paul Templer, Daniel Wax, Sheldon Rosenberg, Joel Simon, Jerry Merzon, Eric Levy 
Not in panel: Allen Shiner, Howard Leftwich 








Top row: Ronald Yeast, Thomas Miller, Donald Miller, Robert Olson, Roy Mallstrom, James Baker, John Bridgewater, Fielder Dowding, James 

Maxey, Joseph Miller, George Steffen, James Brady, Robert Klecka, Morgan Jones 
Third row : Sidney Hormell, Kenneth Fairbanks, John Trimble, James Archer, Ronald Vogel, James Jacobs, James Mueller, Roger Creaden, Sheldon 

Hauck, Duaue Cropp, Edward Streit, Edward Luczak, John Healey, Wallace Gruenberg 
Second row • Theodore Janssen, Russell Scheibel, Jack Stumpf, William Ambrose, Kenneth Derby, Joseph Miller, Robert Stiven, Meyric Rogers, 

Bernard Quandt "^^ ~ ^^^^^^ ^^W^B^B 

Bottom row: Andrew Machata, Donald Larson, David Morgan, Robert NewLu, David Webster, James MeNamara, Warren Creviston, Donald Mye 

Roland Block, Richard Hudson ^^^^^^^ , 

Xiit in panel: Charles Off ^BBM^^^^.^ '••B 





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op row: William Ozburn. John Williamson. David Campbell, Tom Camburn. Clyde Wadlow, Myles Pember, Gary Leonardo, Richard Hoard, Jack 

Blankenship, Milton Simantel, William Stott, i'red Cox, Guy Seymour, Robert Benson. Charles Marshall 
Fourth row: Philip Kenner, Philip Mattison, Andrew Poeller, Michael Deschner, PonnM Warner, James Cheneary, William Kine. Travor Beste. 

Jon Weiss, Joseph Kater, John Heindei, Joseph Keating, (ieorge Gmbb, Leo Malantis ** ^*^^^M ^^WI^H 

ird row: Oscar Lennard, David North, William Thatcher, Allyn Webb, Gordon Fales, Michael McCray, Mrs. Curry, LawTenee Gorney, John 

Kunz, John Brue, Robert Bortz 
Second row : Anthony Mans. Robert Hall, Roger Sterling, Ralph Stephens, David Brownlee, James Edwards, William Enders, John Stevenson, 

Thomas Lelon, Donald McDougal 
Bottom row : Bruce Dahltorp, John Kane. Thomas Freeman, Edward Markham, John Matzke, Joseph McCarthy, William Tuttle, Gerald Pryde 
Not in panel: Philip Peterson, Richard Budil. Robert Norman, Parker Robinson, Edward Best 









Top row : Arnold Ginsburg, Norman Brodsky, Alan Mitchell, Phillip Gould, William Greengoss, Robert Handler, Sheldon Silverman, Martin Berns, 
Paul Olefsky, Eug< ne Berns, Phillip Schulman, Hubert Weinstein, Burton Kozel, Mitchell Meltzer 

Fourth roiv: Ronald Engel, Edgar Gilbert, Michael Rosen, Larry Kanar, Thomas Stern, Bernard Ashen, Arnold Vidis, Jerold Steinman, Ronald Pin- 
ski, Gordon Friedenberg. Raymond Baum 

Third row : Howard Stone. Leonard Abxiwis, Karl Rubin, Joseph Siegman, Jerome Bold, Merton Silbar, Arnold Martin, Harris Arnold, Donald 
Schaumberger, Jerome Pollan " „ ^^^ ^^^^^^B 

Second row: Robert Pascal, Louis Blacher, Marshall Dobrin, Arnold Fleishman, Liu n el Blnnm Trrald Larin, Donald Golan, Paul Kraus, Harold 
Weinstein, Robert J'orges ha^^ — — "~— — «i^ 

Bottom row: Judd Mai kin, Bruce Block, Neil Bluhm, Clifford Levitan, Stuart Strongin, Howard Mindell, Lloyd Istem, Jeffrey Karp, Avron Katch 

Not in panel: Leonard Lirtzman, Larry Kaiift'man, Paul Friedman, Sanford Dvore 




SIGMA ALPHA MU 



Pennsylvania 



Officers — Left to right Jerome Bold, exchequer; Merton 
Silbar, prior; Arnold Martin, recorder 
















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Officers — Top row: John Ureene, president; Thomas Eko- 

vich, social chairman; Robert Klaus, pledge trainer 
Bottom row: Richard Thompson, secretary; Donald Ro^tr 
president; Craig Hart, secretn-rit ^ M 



IGMA CHI 



410 East John 127 Active Chapters 





op row: Samuel fjnre, Harry Hoffman, Thomas Klaus, William Fewkes, Wesley Lindberg, Robert Price, Jerry Dycus. 

Richard Hendrickson, John VoyJa, Robert Watts, Charles Welivar. Walter Shaw, Frank Robinson, David Jeffrey, Paul Landgren, David 
ourth row: Cyrus Nichols, Thomas McNally, Calvin Weswnan, Riohard McElhiney, James Hotchkiss, Peter Fischer, Joseph Peck, Richard 

Thomas Ekovich, Peter Whitmer. Richard Griffiths. Thomas MacMiIIhm. Rirliard McPaw, David (rinson, John Mnrrnkr, Robert Klnus 
hird row: Cliarlea Shoemaker, John Kule, Robert Holf, Craig Hart, Richard Thompson, John Oiccue, Thomas Hubbard, Philip Chappel, 
Bostrom, Harvard Schmidt, Samuel Hill ^h^^^_ 

Second row: Harold Blue, Richard Hoff, Howard Carr, Derald Brackmann, David Powell, James Pinney, Loren Sanders, Michae 

Maupin, Stuart Hall, Thomas Jordon 
Bottom row: David Lierman, Richard Schwarzlose, Charles Zordani, Clyde Nielsen, Read Ross, Lorin Whittaker, Thomas Olson, 

Rademacher, Edward Cleveland 
Not in panel : Richard Cline, David Clark, Hiles Stout, Emerit Lindbeck, Donald Kane, Thomas Luker, Stanley Peterson 



Fewkes 
Smith, ■ 



Donald 









row : William Kerr her, David Cole, Ronald Woods, David Wickersham, Richard Byrum, William Boncosky, Philip Kronenberg, Jon Busse, David 
Van Anrooy, Donald Norlander, Scott Walker, John Zang, Gary Maiwald, Robert Kinney 

row: James Skinner, Donald Gribble, Richard Newberry, Larry Meyers, Thomas Neary, Bruce Aufderhaar, Ronald Nylen, Richard Griffith, 
Charles Verret, Thomas MarNeish, Keith Blandford, John Paul, John Melaniphy, Richard Lewis, David Wallace 
erond row .• Charles Hoefer, Graham Jlcltinney, Roeer Kantola, Earl Bush, Robert Ekedahl, Wilfred Landreth, Mrs. Barnhill, Prof. William Fer- 
guson, Donald Luru, Donald Brady, MVlvin Derrcy 
Bottom row: Saunders McCord, Thomas Chandler, George Silvest, Thomas Chandler, Tisse Typtsoti, Robert Snow, Ronald Miller, Eugene Kraegel, 

Richard Collins, James Johnston, John Daniels, Larry Hooker ^^^^^^^ — — 

Not in panel: Thomas < freen, Donald Westerberg, Henry Thnmann. Baron Wheatley, Frederick Rabe, Robert Mel 





SIGMA NU 



West Pennsylvania 



zers — Top row: Donald Lurtz, lieutenant r< 
Thomas GwW^^o ^r^nW rn^^ Thomas Neary, house 

row: Melvin Dewey, treasurer; Wilfred Landreth, 
nder; Richard Griffith, recorder 







SIGMA PHI DELTA 

1103 West Illinois 11 Active Chapters 




Top row: John Holmquest, Theodore Truske, Jack Barr, Louis Braun, Phil DeProtine 

Third row : Raymond Kraley, Miroslaw Noyszewski, William Black, Rudolph Polacek, Perry Tanner, Duane Pick, Richard Yates, Konald Lee 

Second row : Ronald Swallow, John Kistenbroker, Charles Hill, Robert Waddick, Richard Day, Prof. Stanley Helm, Prof. Henry Stillwell, Prof. 

Robert Beals 
Bottom row : Robert Finkel, Thomas Polek, Robert Deem, William Reinert, Charles Polito, Alfred Naurocki, Hubert Edfors, Denny Arvola 
Not in panel : Silas Strode 










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Top row: James Mahon, Raymond Eckert, Richard Harrison. Harris Vayo, Philip Smith, Dean Jones, Albert Harsha, Norman Larson, Stephen 

Spudich, Joseph Needham, Charles Corrigan, Lee Sickafus 
Third roic Corald Peterson, Robert Dunworth Willard Alford, Richard Haimbaugh, Joseph Sansone, Lionel Goff, Arthur Murray, Kenneth 

Kopecky, JJarreU Jiahi, Gc-rald Valier, Gordon Johns, Eugene Racek, William Robinson 
i'ecb'fiil row: Thomas Cappellin, John Pauhus, Roland Clement. Thomas Potter, Ray Bockman, Vance Fraley, Robert Seekatz, Robert Wither- 

spoon, Jolin Boyle. John Mullinax ^^^^^^^^" 

torn row: James Broderick, Glen Cartwrigln, James Heil, Thomas Maurine, Harry Hartel, Norman Hoube, Richard Kinst, William Ols 

die Bayless ^ta^^^^~^-^npai^ 

Not in panel : T.yman Goss, Samuel Gntcher. P:?n Ziccareli. Robert Wehrs. Robert Harner. George Garrison B^^^_^ 




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SIGMA PHI EPSILON 

1105 South Fourth 135 Active Chapters 



Officers — Top row : Rohc?rt Wnliwspouu, comptroller; Ray 
Lockman, vice presiitent 

Bottom row: Thomas Potter, secretary, Vance Fraley, presi- 
dent, Robert Seekatz, historian 




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Top tow: Ronald Hewitt. Richard McDonald. James McMillen, Kenneth Spengler, John Sanford, Kenneth Tuceori, Richard Lannon, George Bowman, 
George Morris, Dennis Hamman, William Davenport, IToTvard Vandenburgh, Ronald Brosemer, Hugh Van Voorst, Robert Frisk, bary Mont 

BMW— <— ^^^^^^^^^^B HHBBBHHB^BH^B^HH 

Third row; Gordon Reichert, Lowry Bayley, John Michel, Edward Bayer, Charles Hamilton, John Moran. William Graham, Donald Long, Charles 
Hruska, James Minor, Larry Marthaler, Ronald Renn, Robert Colwell, Lawrence Breyfogle, Robert Luetje 

Second tow: David Pickard, Bob Buckles, Jerry Algeo, Kenneth Mullen, Franklin Schrage, Stanley Felderman, Ronald Grosch, Lyle Smith, David 
Nightingale, Duane .Swarts 

Bottom row: John Lannon, Donald Gilkison, Ronald Shipka, Robert Speth, Joseph Cusimano, Charles Barter, Arlyn Renkes, Roger Parrish, Ken 
Whitten. Stephen Webb 

Not in panel : Joseph Pulliam, Robert Porter, Anthony Danosky, Clyde Dods, David Tervvell, Donald Clark, Darrell Crothers 










Top row : Paul Sachs, Herman De la Cuesta, Thomas Roberg, Kenneth Pioterek, James Wilson, Jay Feldman, John Rhea, Thomas Trotter, Ivan 

De la Cuesta, Donald Johnson 
Third row . Julius Stahl, Irwin Staller, Robert Blissard, Richard Bernardini, Donald McElfresh, James Adam, Ronald Easley, Bruce Eckland, Kaye 

Johnson l^m ^^^_ ^^^ M^BMB flH 

Second row: Laurence Leonard, Robert Renier, Kenneth Row, Arthur Gabler, Wayne Aper, James Thomas, Gerald Page 
Bottom row: Richard Clark, Robert Bellman, Wallace Cohen, Emil Ellison, G-ene Meurer, Joseph Diorio 
Not in panel: Richard Vissering ■MMH^^^^^ ^^-S^^^^^^^^^^^^B 





SIGMA TAU GAMMA 

1109 South Fourth 47 Active Chapters 



Officers — Top row: Kenneth Row, rirr p'rc'siJcnt; .Lawrence 
, currcspoadiiiy secretary; Jaiues Thomas, record- 
ing secretary 

Bottom row: Arthur Galler, president; Wayne Aper, treas- 
urer ■ ■■■■■I HBHHHi 






Top row : Paul Markon, Edward Schwartz, (ieorgts Rosen, Larry Friedlander, Paul Bernstein, Harold Bierman, Stephen Margolin, Paul Gold 

stein, Alan Loman, Robert Boyar, Morton Stein, Bernard Maram. Aiiiiiiiel Maflen. Mnrton Bernfield, Paul Rossan 
Third row: Donald Kabaker, Marvin Miller, Donald Asthennann, Melvyn Alarkon, Fred Widran, Robert Hnchhpre. Gerald Weinstein, Allan Rabin 

David Pitzele, William Gertler, Merrill Greenberger, Alan Comm, Ronald Field, Bernard November, Martin Brody ^^^^H 

Second row: Howard Waller, Allen Green, Jerold Hecktman, Eugene Jacobson, Clive Kamins, Robert Kaplan, Robert Steiner, Rodger Mitcliell 

Ralph Kaufmann, Howard Gunther, Thomas Lazar, Glen Bernfield 
Bottom row: David Gotskind, Robert Chanan, Lawrence Weinstock, Robert Nimz, Bruce Schultz, Allan Garfinkle, Thomas Rosing, Gordon Caplan 

Martin Nemeroff, Michael Susman, Frederick Cohen 
Not in panel : Michael Fisher, Robert Gottlieb, Aaron Mamett, Norman Perlmutter 









Top row: Lewis Worth. Marvin Pales, Lawreme Rubin, Michael Sheppard, Jules Laser, Robert Frooman, Richard Levinson, James Pox, Jerrold 

Sager, Morton Sapkin, Stuart Wallace, Jay Iiishov, Ronald Kaiser, Gerald Edelstein, Lawrence Pollack, David Greenstein, Edward Rosenberg, 

Terry Markbreit 
Third row: David Bloom, Gerald Much, Gerald Pollack, Elliott Zimmerman, Gerald Friedman, Carl Levine, Arnold Gilberg, Charles Goodman, Charles. 

Hirsch, Charles Lewis, Melvyn Moiiuski, Burton Oreenberg, Ronald Bennett, Joseph Dixler, Leonard Kaplan, Joel Kruger, Robert Sharfman, 

Lawrence Berkley ^ **" ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^W 

Second row : Alan Gerrard, Howard Schwarzbach, Charles Glick, Stuart Music, iiorrell Stein, Sidney Robin, Arnold Kominsky, Joel Miller, Paul 

Goldstein, Seymour Levin, Henry Gould, Robert Lyon ^MMB^^m ~~ — ^^^m 

Bottom row: Lawrence Fisher, Earl Holtzmau, Judd Missner, Byron Stein, Phillip Reinstein, Robert Stone, Joel Wayne, Jordan Fishman, Robert 

Ross, Michael Fox, James Futterman 
Not in panel: F.dward Randell. Jack Lihby. Richard Erkes 




TAU EPSILON PHI 

105 East Armory 41 Active Chapters 





U KAPPA EPSILON 

308 East Armory 103 Active Chapters 



° P Kj^iS/S; k*7 K,/^/ 1 '^ 'ST' T ' e,1T T' ""Jf K,lhn - p " u ' Beesnn ' * n ™™ Frombellc, Thomas Kruchten, Richard - 
Third rn™ a£ , T„k n J™ -fi, ' D ° na - ld Edwards. Thomas Bates. John Paulson. William Shaw 

i Airt row Alan Johnson Thomas Justiz. Leo Kelson James Neuschwander. Charles Peterson, David Heindel. Laurance Staple, William Meister- 
Seccnd row \nda\lh' 9i «4 R g * } \ I ^ r °' d , Bexte -}' u Da ^ d Herr ' Rich *rd Pisoni, Jack Lusk Jerald Rousey 

man "Arnold I Ruskin Irederih Naege^ '"' Joh " WllS °"- Richard Husn,an ' D * vid Enright ' James Goodwine, Deane Biehler, Charles East- 

°" WeaTr. - ' John^IeT'l^rce^Fe^nsfe^" J ° SePh LegrU ' R ° bert Siegert ' BrUCe ° ,Con " e11 - Ge ° r ee Sher. William Vogg, Richard Belton, Joseph 







mmjm 
Top row: Ernest Humphrey, Thomas Hornsby, Robert Metzler, Byron Connell, Henry Kapell, Charles Curry, Theodore Ingrassia, Noel Biery, Carl 

Johnson, William llayes, David Salbego, Richard Cox, Paul McMullen. Arthur Baker. Robert Spriggs, Freeman Schrodt 
Third row : Donald Moss. Robert Thornton, Douglas Champion, Philip Ingerson. Ronald Wendt. Grovenor Weichbrodt, John Bush, John McDivitt, 

Harry Watts, Donald Thornton, Richard Starmann, Lawrence Loew, James Lauritsen. John Miller 
Second row: Eugene Hadloy, Kevin iiytes, John Lindskold, John Koucky, William Henbest, James Davis. Laurence Frank, Ronald Firebaugh, 

James Ronk, Gustav Voigt, Ronald Aiker. ^^^^^^^» M ^^^ ^^^^^B^^l 

Bottom row: James Huncock. Donald Koenig. Larry McMullen, David Lawson. William Greenwell. Donald Jnhrntnn. Harold Fort, Alan Smit 

Ronald Parks, Francis Barker, Donald Wier ^^^^^^^_ 

Not in panel: John Ktranen, Fredric Manalli, John Lytle, Donald Elliott, Robert Plozay, James Mitchell, John Griffen 





Top row: Richard Wellman, Neil Wiley, Frank Spink, William Jareo, Richard Bursell, Neil Krueger, Robert Gercas, Herman Velasco, Ross 
fer, John Beyerle, Edwin Greenwald Mm ^M^BM 

Third row : Robert Sachs, George Roth, Robert Randolph, Ernest Bozzy, Gerald Haselhuhn, Robert Stubbs, Donald Barak, Brian Larson, Ro 
Lamson, Lee Sentman, Michael Uram, Laurence Moran 

Second row : Ronald Bow en, James Piper, Harlan Stubbs, Jon Hunt, James Blakely, Dennis Shafer, Fred McDowell, Charles Henry 

Bottom row : John Pickens, Charles Butters, Robert Ryder, Wallan Diduch, Robert Frank, Charles Thompson, Charles Osterhoff 

Not in panel: Frank Fiorenza, Ronald Fisher, Carl Neste, Robert Becker 



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Top row: Gerald Podliu, Ronald Zachary, Edward Bedard, Donald Ceragioli, Arthur Fuesting, John Hardgrove, Lawrence Krai, John Massel, 

Joseph Abel, Charles Detwiler, William Cellini, Gerald Hardgrove, Carl Miklas 
'frond, row: George Fntta, William Kerns, James Schaefer, Lawrence Sennello, Father O'Rourke, John Donahue, Leroy Marcheschi, William McMa- 

hon, Alvai iSluuik 
nttom rry>" : Floyd Kaye. Richard Pawell, Theodore Johnson, Lowell Speilman, Richard Eberhardy, Albert Holloway, Robert Bianchi, David Laufer 
Aot in panel: John Marchetti, Vernon Zbylut, Walter Pascale 




THETA KAPPA PHI 

1011 South Sixth 23 Active Chapters 



Offir-ers — T.rtt io riyhl; Leiuy Marche^hi, vice president; 
John Donahue, prtiident; John Hardgrove, treasurer; 
Sennello, secretary ■ ^fl 








ho, Herald lialstan, Michael Economos, Richard Hare, Max Whitman, Fred Hayden, Carl Baumann 
Jon Peacy, Donald May. fierald Kendall, John Graves, Charles Schaefer, Robert Wiman, Carl Shafer, Marshall 01- 
shefke, John Benisek, Richard Chmiiu.11 ^^i^H 

, ourth row: George Psalidas, Gerald Pullen, George Koehler, Joe ^Vst, Robert Sanchez, Daniel Bleck, Ronald Harris, John Hoeksema, John 

■wpin, Giacinto Percoli, William Robinson, Genre? Walsh, Richard t.Hrmtnphi'r, William Tones, Laurence Zuelke, Donald Lukaazew ski 
hird row: Larry Cross, Henry Dougherty, Maurice Garnholz, Girard Yaccino, Doyle Wilhite, Kichaid Lower, W»ll»oo Schroth, Russell Welker, 
Carl Schlageter, William Stewart, Robert Pheanis ^Mn^^ 

Second row: Warren R;idke, Vernon Falkenhain, Fred Moyer, Henry Cassens, Howard Hohnian, Ronald Fox, Neil Lehman, Jerry Fisher, William 

Kistler, Charles Akers, Milton Otto 
Bottom row: Ronald Bjick, Stewart Reiman, Thomas Koehler, Stanley Scholl, William Garnholz, George Hays, Monte Fullerton, Edgar R am, 

Charles Fortino 
Not in panel: Calvin Kinsley, William Kinsley, Albert Saia, George Kurash, Thomas Davis, Charles McBride, Gerald Strehlow, James Barman 










ow : Gene Hollingsworth, Richard Foster, Ronald Lee, Marvin Robbins, William Mavity, John Pearson, Aldrich Lipka, Charles Murphy, Fran- 
isco Bustamante 

row : Carl Hoffi e, Raymond Lindahl, James Upchurch, James Suhre, John Strickland, Richard Snyder, John Hultberg, John Sayles, Frank 
orton, James Swift 
Bottom rot" • James Wood, Ronald Kareken, Charles Luman, Robert Haven, Neale Elsby, Theodore Hebner, William Dankert, Frank Moolin 
Not in panel: Charles Banter, Harold Collins, Edwin Friesendord, Bruce Geisert. Donald Walker, Eugene Ignatov 




. usurer; Charles 
Haven, vice presi- 
_ld Kareken, house 
ankert, corresj ion ding secretary 




TRIANGLE 

112 East Daniel 18 Active Chapfc 






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Top row: Edward Belztr, Ptte.r Herrmann, Jay Cohn, Louis Weintraub, Norman Margolin. Donald Goldstein, Allan Roin, 

Marvin Ginsburg, Julian Molinas, Alan Miukin, Jacob Grossman, Burton Ross, Fred Linkon, William Prusin, Albert Simon, Julian Bockserman, 
Stephen Harrison, Alan Nudelman, Ronald Galowich, Jerald Ualuwich, Sidney Copilow 

Fourth row; Majuard BriUaii, Ralph Marcus, Houard Carney, Robert Geistein, Kunaiu Miiida, Stanton Charney, Mark Lakin, Donald Cohan, Mar- 
vin Lord, Edward Hollander, Mark Novak, Arthur Goldstein, James Friedman, Edward Shore, Edward Cohun, Robert Kravets. William Sholem, 
Leroy Abraham ^^BI^^^h 

Third row: Eugene Dreyer, Harvey Liberman, James Straus, Stanton Freidberg, David Peskind, Mrs. Epstein, Leonard Bettinger, Stanley Pes- 
kind, Bernard Filler, Richard Rubin, Irwin Goldstein 

Second row: John Tureen, Howard Wechsler, David Marblestone, Richard Shapiro, Daniel Woolwich, Robert Silberstein, Edwin Bederman, Allan 
Tobias, Allen Gerstein, Roger Aplon, Robert Banashek, Ronald Kahn 

Bottom row : Stephen Kenis. Barry Greenburg, Mark Durchslag. Harvey Server. Robert Lieberman. Sanford Riclunan 



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Top row: Blake Waterhouse, Thomas Walton, FUchard Lindrooth, Norman Sather, James Eustice, Theodore Guernsey, Ralph Lanphere, Thomas 

Cannon, Robert Stu^rud, Claude Kellogg, Kenneth Byerly 
Reeond row: Charles Lindrooth, Charles Mitch, James Smith, John Young, James Johnson, William Powers, Charles Bottomley, Allan Cady, Robert 

Brituiu, Bruce 'HrniitiTiffrifim 
Bottom row: Robert Ntvin, Ronald BerhcTfcti, Robert Connell, Donald Wirth, Richard Nordsieck, Dale Seidel, Charles Davis, LeRoy Riffel, Charles 

Burnsworth 
Not in panel : Richard Anderson 





To/j row : Frederick Grigsby, Jessie Swanigan, Quinton Bowles 

Second row: Carl Smith, Orland Holmes, Charles Leonard, Virgil Dorsey, Frank Smith 

Bottom row: Preston Ransom, treasurer; Edward Hubbard, Warren Smith, secretary; Edgar Twine, president; Gay Lott, social chairman; William 

Black, dean of pledges 
Not in panel: William Franklin, vice president; Melvyn Huckaby, Adolph Slaughter, Carl Brown, Frank Stanley, Harvey Robinson 

ALPHA PHI ALPHA 

1301 West Clark 310 Active Chapters 



COSMOPOLITAN 



605 East Daniel 



Top row: Alan Barry, Guillermo Perez, John Karstens, Michael West, Ying Jer Shieh, Om Arora, Chien Huang 

Second row: Tetsujiro Hara, treasurer; Dean Edward Stafford, board of directors; Bruce Mainous, board, of directors; Carl Steiner, president; 

John Price, board of directors ; Mose De La Paz, Lun Shin Wei 
Bottom row : Theodorus Ruys, Ray Fuginaga, Joseph Cooper, Stuart Langdon, Leopoldo Santelli 
Not in panel: Bruce Barkley, Robert Patton, George Mizuguchi, Richard Sublette 




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Inp row: Victor Herbert, Edwin Friedrich. Anthony Pitochelli, Jerry Heeschen. Bruno Vittimberga, Clarence Stevens, John Johnson, Clifford Thomp- 
son, Wendell Moyer, Robert Nowak, Robert Crawford, Norman Shachat. Donald Albright, Robert Vest, Harrison Killam 

Third row: John Rothfus, Glen Gordon, Louis Haefele, William Remers. Robert Shultz, William Bull, Frederick Owens, Duane Morrow, David 
Wilson, Richard Thamm, Joseph Goddard, Bruce Beyaert, John Topolewski, Clarence Hoenig, James Economy, Frank Bugajski 

Second row: Robert Albright, Thomas Olson, Edward Cantrall, steward; Perry Yocom, reporter; James Florini, treasurer; Harley Ross, recorder; 
Kenneth Benson, president; John Miller, vice president; Edwin DeYoung, master of ceremonies ; Robert Shinn, Thomas Shepherd, Winslow 
White 

Bottom row: Thomas Sanderson. Gerald Shinville, Ralph Furlong, Alan Cole, Robert Koncos, David Kearns, Wallace Rippie, Theodore Dudley, 
Richard Vierling, Franklin Wang, Charles Cupit 

ALPHA CHI SIGMA 

606 West Ohio 51 Active Chapters 





398 




ALPINE LODGE 



905 West California 




MIA 



Top row : Charles Gustin. Larry Clark, Charles Allfree, Laddie Grimes, Robert Novak, Thomas Sorrells 

Second row: Wayne Darmehl, Roger Knutson, Carroll Hammond, Mrs. Hammond, Herbert Hayes, James Logsdon 

Bottom row: David McGinty, Carl Dale, John Wehlan, Wayne Adams, Mark Ennis 

Not in panel ; Thomas Thomas 





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op rou' .• James O'Grady, Lawrence Zuley, Carl Lundstrom, Richard Boyle, Donald Lindholm. Richard Johnson, Thomas Burns, David Hansen, 

William Cunningham, Walter Gunn, William Spiller, Robert Sweidal, Bradley Hoffman, Richard Blomme, George Jedlicka, Donald Lisenby, 

Pptp Ppdprsen, Thomas Johnson, Raymond Sturm 
Third row: Thoinas Yierk, Wayne Mingee, Donald Georgi, Frank Emmons, Dean Peterson, Kent Schnese, Thomas Edwards, Daniel Blust, Gregory 

Jnivlnn. Dpane Haning. Vito Depiutu, Hubert Oassens, Robert Gangala, Ronald Nelson, Larry Jones, John Robertson, Eugene Badal, David 

Knez, Gene Schafei ^^^^^^^^^^^»« ^^^ ^^^^^W^B 

Second row : Dennis Luporini, Anton Pinter, Ronald Oswald, Gene Augustin, Howard Riffer, Floyd Abraham. Don Buser, William Yokus, Ronald 

Ahrens, Alvin Noft/., Robert Wittenkeller, Raymond Chmelik, Edward Gallagher, Robert Kular, Wesley Harkert 
Bottom row: Byron Marks, Ronald Rechka, Iivin Schafer, David Clay, Emerson McDonald, Robert Bruce, David Wilfong, JSidr 

Goodner, Keith Quackenbush, John Ewart. William Christy, Ronald Ferguson, Frederick Revtn 
Not in panel: Charles Faust, Herbert Jensen 




CAGLE HALL 



beers — Top row: Edward Gallagher, social chai 

Howard Ritter, parliamentarian; Donald Lisenby, music 
chairman 

Second row : Floyd Abraham, president; Alvin Noftz, treas- 
urer; Robert Wittenkeller. activities rnahmn n ; Ruuahl 
Ahrens, vice presideid; Don Buser, secretary, David 
Hansen, MIA representative 

Bottom row: Raymond Chmelik, social chairman; William 
Yokus, athletic chairman 





301 East Armory 






cers — Top row: Robert Clarke, recording secretary; 
Poole, treasurer; Gerald Todd, house coordinator; 
Houston, constitution chaii 
Bottom row: Robert Marks, social chairman ; Howard 
ley, president; James Gastel, athletic chairman 



COLLEGE HALL 






311 East Green 



MIA 



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Top row : Donald Reeves, John Bovey, Wayne Humphrey, Dean Lionberger, Norman Fuqua, Theodore Schanafelt, Robert Best, Alexander Valadez, 

William Matheny. Larry Taylor, Phillip Johnson, Russell Funderberg, Donald Demko, Eduardo Aldana, Roger Berg, John Prete 
Fourth row: Allen Kadisak, Daniel Kurowski, Dennis Horn, Ruliert Griswold. William Spielman, Ronald Lawwill, Richard Atkinson, James Johnson, 

Edward Moriarty. Norman Ahrens, Donald Srhlitz, James fpaidp, (-iporgc Coward, Rknnrd Bryant, Roburl L'lman, Robert Owen, Carlton Hufert, 

Theodore Jackson |Hb^b^_ 

Third row: Jerome Scherer, Dale Jenner, Dennis Moore, Robert Clarke, Keith Poole, Gerald Todd, Howard Barkley, Robert Marks, Palp Houston, 

James Gastel, John Meredith, David Schmidt. Warren Nielsen 
Second row: John Corey, Chih Tu, Alejandro Correa, Fabio Mejia, John Tolliver, Jorge Lopez, James Wheeler, John Mills, Paul Davis, Cassius 

Hesselberth, William Cullum 
Bottom row: James Lyon, Larry Hedrick, Donald Bauer, Robert Pashe, Stephen Neff, Kenneth Fordham, Donald Miller, Fabio Restrepo, Michael 

Roth. Thomas Oreskovich 








Top rou< : Edmund Liss, Casimir Kowalski, Ribert Wixom, Joseph Legat, Robert Wozniak. Samuel Smith, Gaylord Rogeness, Donald Stanek, Phillip 
Field, Roger Erickson, Frank Hendricks, Gerald Goettsche, William Hyde, Andre Duchateau, Angelo vanoni 

Third row- Clyde Bov ers, Richard Lewis, Dwight Ohala, Donald Tyrcha, Rudolph Glogovsky, Clifford Cornett, Robert Shewchuk, Alan Sons, John 
Blassick, Richard Florey, John Sowka. James Bianchin, Walter Benner, Walter Wierwille 

Second <rnw : Ralph Zawacki, Paul HinrMis, Cone Pizzato, Oswald Mazzetta, Richard Dannells, Bruno Dal Corobbo, Frank Sternard, Daniel Stephan, 
Joseph Andronowiiz, Franklin Latin- ' " ■ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^Wl 

Bottom row: Kenneth Shenfish, Donald Van Eynde, Melvin Krejci, Herbert Prawius. Leroy Peterson, Gordon Ring, Wayne Timm, jerald Stewart- 
Paul Comprait ^HM^ 





EVANS SCHOLARS 



206 East Green 




■v T.t/i lu riylU: Daniel Stephnu, secretary; Frank 
l, treasurer; Bruno Dal Corobbo, president; 
ichard Dannells, vice president; Oswald Mazzetta, 
senior advisor m JH 






cers — Top row: Donald Demski, vice president; Peter 
Minerva, president; David Stanger. social chairman; 
Lee Van Der Hulst, MIA representative 
Bottom, row : Philip Seges, intramural chairman ; Harvey 
Endler, secretary; Patrick WrOiii™, treasurer; Norman 
Alexander, riisludiui* 



GRANADA CLUB 






1004 South Fourth 



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rfiiv • Tames Giger, Thomas Zinkus, Richard Wolgamott, Jark Tinkler, Robert O'Rourke, Ralph Meyers, Jerome 

Kovarik, Paul Xicknlry, Albert Thomas, Charles Knotek, Michael Verkler, Richard Bulawa, Norman Zimmerman, 

Earl Heacock, Robert Furry, Nelson FruM' ^W BJ 
Fifth row: David Main, Richard Claywell, Lawrence Sallbeig, Marshall Mabie, Gerald Savage, John Kemp, James King, James Hogan 

Albright, John Owens, Donald Eckmann, Marshall Hammprsley, Herman Dirks Richard Hsirh 
Fourth row : Dale Sonney, Richard Cobb, Ronald Hamelberg, Terry Henry, Kay Mihevc, Philip Vourliees, Thomas McNamara, Gaylord Spot 

Richard Levon, Andrew Haupt, Wesley Lackey, Donald Pennington. Daniel Wayne, Neal Ball, Gerald Knoll 
Third row : Lee Van Der Hulst, Kenneth George, Charles Swisher, Norman Alexander, Philip Seges, David Stanger, Donald Demski, Peter All 

erva, Patrick McGuire, Harvey Endler, Bruce Nelan, Robert Kittaka. Robert Pausch 
Second row : Jon Hockcnyos, William Hartman, Ray Logan, David Banner, John Ritchey, James Cole, Boyce McWard, Bruce Jewell, Walter No- 

vack, Forrest England 
Bottom row: August Rymut, David Barton, Dean Koch, Richard Carr, Edward Parrish, John Lund, Grant McLaren, Robert Young 




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Top row : Donald Reeves, Theodore Jackson, Richard McConnell, Edward Rapinchuk, Marston Swanberg, Rex Wood, Tom Liljergren, Richard 

Reichelt 
Third row: Samuel Birkey, Donald Klett, William Woodworth, Richard Matteson, John Holmes, George Storm, Kenneth Nordlof 
Second toll: Lowell Golden, Ronald Bates, Randolph Lund, John Morgan, Norman Olsen. Norman Lindblad, Kenneth Johnson 
Bottom row: William Johnson, Richard Lindberg, Roger Gerig, James Campbell, Melvin Birkey, Claris Roth 




MINAWA LODGE 



401 East Green 




op row: Low 'Ml Golden, strrrt itnr ; Gorman Ol&en, 
virp rtrrsUlenl- JoJiji iloxgau, pregidint; Randolph Lund, 
chaplain; Ronald Bates, treasurer 
Bottom row: Norman hindblad, house manager; Kenneth 
Johni issar 







Officers— Top row: Joseph Zeman, homecoming chairman; 
Richard Rochester, dance chairman; John Wall, secre- 
tary; John Bedore, athletic chairman 

Second row : Donald Gridley, publicity chairman ■ Gerald 
Stawick, dance chairman 

Bottom row: Joseph Mirabella, social chairman; William 
Burger, vice president; Donald Krzyzak, president- John 
Ruth, treasurer; Jack Shea, entertainment 




NEWMAN HAL 



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604 East Armory 



MIA 



T&S& ^W£?!S£?»« HM* SS : te^ss ffia SfiC ESS 

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Top row: Donald Piattoni, Robert Standley, Sammie Snuffin, Robert Harmon, Roger Hill, Robert Mieher, Richard Smania, Panas Simasathien, 

Robert Bailey, David DeNovellis 
S mud row: James Slothower, John Bouseman, intramural chairman; George Hast, social chairman; Frank Ames, secretary-treasurer; Donald 

Johnston, president; Raymond Olsen, rice president; Larry Kiefling 
Bottom, row: John Kirwan, George Wickham, Melvin Hendricks, Gerald Johnson. Roger Goins, Richard Paul, Charles Cain 
Not in panel : Don Finley, Ralph Gantz, Gerry Ross, Herbert Schneider 



THE BROWERY 



1112 West Oregon 



CALHOUN HALL 



509 East Chalmers 



406 



Top row: Richard Parsell, Paul Londrigan, Leon Harrast, Richard Ferry, Robert Fowler, Therron Scobbie, athletic chairman; Donald Teague, 
MIA representative ; Glen Ringhausen, Jerry Lundry, Robert Heck, Frank Shoufer 

Second row: George Sumrall, master-at-arms; Guillermo Garcia, Ocal Eastham, social chairman; Robert DeLance, president; James Houser, secre- 
tary-treasurer; Richard Clarke, chaplain; Robert Staker 

Bottom row : Richard Abbuhl, George Hicks, James Lekas, Fred Kolojay, Dwight Ringhausen 





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Top row: Raymond Pittman, Fred Wymer, Ernest Ambrose, Irvin Koning, David Lagerlof, Arnold Silverman, Larry Lohmeyer, Morton Skolnik 
Second row: Robert Gates, secretary-treasurer; Roger Bretthaner, vice president: Rossell Earnst, social chairman; Mrs, Essenpreis, John Earnst, 

activities chairman ; Charles Wilcox, president ; Dale Darnell, MIA representative 
Bottom row: William Jelinek, Leslie Miller, Dean Hallerud, Robert Janowiak, Franklin Lebo, Jack Wamble, Richard McAleenan 
Xot in panel: Jerome Benisek, Max Flandorfer, Sheldon Loll, Robert Hible. Robert Nicolette 



CHEZ NOUS 



307 East Daniel 



CLUB ESOUIRE 



806 South Fifth 

Top roiv : Theodore Martin, Wayne McGee, Ronald Westbrook, Richard Vorreyer, Morris Huck, Bill Rednour, Charles Moore 

Third row: George Stratton, Robert Thornberry, Delmer Hall, vice president; Jerome Toman, Harold Hirsch, Jerry Barr. Robert Klocek 

Second row: Robert Fisher, Robert Bell, James Lebedeck, Kermit Clifton, John Stratton, social chairman; William Cinnamon, Warren Kellogg. 

Edward Rosenberg, Richard Ellis, Paul Smothers 
Bottom row: James Gardner, James Stilhvell, Raymond Miles, Howard Seizinger, John De Fries, president ; John Briggs, secretary; George Arens- 

man, Don Sargent 
Not in panel: Wayne Rose, William Miller, treasurer; Leonard Coury, Daniel Damon, Burton Kozel, Joseph Snyder, Jerome Zawada, George Morris. 

Dan Smith, Philip Flanigan, Harold Garverick, Eugene Polino, Gordon Wilbur 




407 




Top row : Robert Sheridan. William Davis, Robert Goudy, Calvin Wade, William Cazier, Robert Smith, Kurt Reichardt, Gerald Glaub, Robert 

Morgan, Richard Lee. David Donovan, Arthur Ordla 
Second row: Kenneth Thies, James Cazier, MIA representative; Richard Vogel, secretary-treasurer; Dale Noble, president; Paul Finney, vice 

president; Donald Schoedel, intramural representative; Milbert Deener, social chairman 
Bottom row: James Siegfried, Kenneth Cochran, James Arnholt, John Beaty, Bruce Calkins, George Thorp, Charles Luker, Ervm Von Lanken 
Not in panel: William Mayfield, Roy Schewe 

COLONIAL MANOR 

305 East Green 



DAS HAUS 

111 East Chalmers 

Top row: Marshall Snedaker, Joseph James, James Becker, Frank Brown, Robert Ahle, John Watkins. Robert Lacher, James Volz 

Second row Wayne Provart, treasurer; Donald Jones, president; George Depew, vice president: Edward Hollander, secretary 

Bottom row: Robert Blakely, MIA representative; Allen Wagner, Michael Garrett, Lewis Rush, intramural representative; James Kaltenbronn 

Not in panel: Gary Dillow, Bill Vandenberg 



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Top row: Gus Mihalopulos, Stanley Bjurstrora, Jimmie Furno, Marion Nemnan, Bernard Wideroe, James Ording, Marion Bird, Naman Carter. Rex 

Reed 
Fourth row: Robert Tess, Robert Mordini, Richard Reysa, John Payne. Ronald Hicks, Robert Fusinati, Louis Antonelli, James Svoboda, Bruce Raney, 

Valdmar Heitur 
Third row: Fred Morris, Donald Zagars, Elmer Koluser, Robert Rinebold, William Fried, Ramunas Karazija. Frank Pulice, Edgar Paglee, Dominic 

Managlia, William Brown 
Second row: Richard Fields, treasurer; Stuart Kaufman, social chairman; Gordon Gee, president; Mrs. Jasperson, John Gingeriuh, rice president; 

Lyle Grider, secretary 
Bottom row: George Lehnerer, William McCartney, Brice Bain, Curtiss Biehn, Robert Troost 
Not in panel: Walter Lippmann, Robert Aggen, James Bottrell 



FOUR COLUMNS 



305 East John 



GAR-MEN 



409 East Green 



Top row: Ralph Swett, Ross Childers, Hugh Jackson, Frank Montagnino, James Smith. Leland Wells, intramural manager; Robert McCall 
Second row: Eugene Johnson, social chairman; Gerald Lippold, vice president; Charles Dirst, president: William Doepp, secretary-treasurer; Ralph 

Nelson, MIA representative 
Bottom row: George Wells, Ronald Leisch, Lawrence Waeaser, Robert Ridgway. Mark Templeton, Duane Uken 
Not in panel: Donald Lee, Charles Albright. Robert Doepp, David Schoonover, Gerald McDonnell 




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Top row : Robert Schaefer, Robert Hamer, Charles Pfeiffer, Harold Tippett, Albert Chamberlain 
Third row : John Alexander, Duane Moberg, John Brodbeck, Kenneth Slane, Richard Bermes, Leonard Boyer 
Second row: Robert Mayers, Thomas O'Leary, Donald LaCross, Frank Wurster, John Gill. Joseph Geers, Donald Patterson 

Bottom, row: Gerald Lasko, athletic chairman; Donald Anderson, secretary-treasurer; Robert Boothroyd, social chairman; John Engel, vice president ; 
David Hoffman, Elbert Medcalf, president 



GRAHAM LODGE 



204 South Goodwin 



KINGS' KASTLE 



906 South Sixth 



John Ohlendorf, Clarence Fluegel, 



Top row: Donald Leitzen, Carl Klindworth, Richard Johnson, Thaddeus Flis, James Rohl, athletic chair, 

Roger Voss, scholastic chairman; Wayne Tegeder, Jimmie Yeoman 
Second row: Ralph Eiseman, MIA representative ; John Schmidt, secretary; Keith Miller, president; Charles Laible, social chairman; Kenneth 

Wright, social chairman; Thomas Leitzen, treasurer; Ronald Welling, rice president 
Bottom row : John Bugg, Larry Esworthy, John Smith, Robert Vernooy, Lloyd Klindworth 
Not in panel: Richard McGee 



410 





Top row: Albert Fuson, John Warren, Edwin Day, Robert Gregurich, Delmar Nelson. Armand Peterson. Ronald Gebhardt 

Third rou< : Albert Cho, Willis Bliesener, Robert Chien, David Weaver, Lowell Kelly. Homer Wright, Gerry Tuveson 

Second row: Claude Land, John Nighswander, chaplain; Robert Ellison, social chairman: Jerry Hogan, public relations; Anthony Thompson, 

Robert Ford 
Bottom row: Guy Puccio, vice president; Donald Mulkins, house manager; James Gaffney, commissar; William McDonal, president; Neal Cham- 
berlain, secretary; David Edmondson, treasurer 
Not in panel: Yu Han 



KOINONIA 



409 East Daniel 



LONESOME PINE 



509 East Daniel 

Top row: Vernon Dickey, Edward Stone. William Hergenrother. James Bryant, John Lewicki, John Rezabek, Marvin Trautwein 
Second row: Lonial Lovellette, Theodore Bruzas, Norbert Bielat, Frank Baron. Robert. Anderson. Carl Colwell, Richard Strauser 
Bottom row: Thomas Kelly, social chairman ; Lloyd Atwell, athletic chairman; Robert Newstrom, president; Frank Lawson, secretary-treasurer, 
Robert Halibozek, MIA representative 




411 




Top row: Paul Blakemore, Merlan Johnson, vice president; John Weidert, Donald Kaufman, social chairman ; Samuel Woodruff, Edward Terry, Gene 

Buhnnester 
Bottom row: James Howard, Gerald Miller, Darrell Giesfking, Ronald Devaisher, president; Harold Rieches, secretary-treasurer; William Langfahl 
Not in panel: Robert Mullen 



LOOKOUT MANOR 



903 West Green 



THE MANSION 



410 East Green 



Top row: Robert Shinpaugh, Carl Benning, Kenneth Cocking, Daniel Nystrand, Robert Carlson, George Drew, David Schaefer. Robert Henningsen, 

Charles Biggs, Edward Paasch, Gerald Moody 
Third row: Joseph Swinarski, Orval Harlow, Gordon Guth, John Kenward, Richard McKinlay, Ronald Kauke, Alan Eckel, Harold Lyman, Roger 

Lilly, Richard Nielsen 
Second row: Charles Allen. Ralph Bain, Gerald Andrews, social chairman; Russell Tiede, counselor; Edward Gloppen, president ; Thomas Layman, 

vice president; Richard Lay, secretary ; Jerry Cargill, treasurer ; Thomas Kubitz, David Fagan, Leroy Noe 
Bottom row: Adrian Fox, Raymond Adams, Stanley Nash, Laurence Johnson, Charles Ryberg, Craig Allen, Ronald Knapp, Arthur Horn, Charles 

Adams, Walter Ryder 
Not in panel: Harold Horn, Fred Knapp. John Marquis. Dale Schuette, Anthony Seminerio. Eugene Springborn, Roger Williams, Vincent Zarcone 



412 









Top row: Bruce Stegman, athletic director; William Oggero, treasurer; William Hansen, Lyle Smith, Donald Swayne, Norman Ehlers, Carroll Rog- 
ers, Richard Record. Donald Branz, John Zilitis, Richard Skubis, John Barr 

Third row: Robert Hurdle, William Fretland, Harold Gordon, Henry Schmitz, John Schaefer, Michael Campo, Lowell Bjorklund, William Jenkins, 
Robert Scheller, Thomas Cunningham 

Second row: Joseph Srsnick, Wayne Lohman, John Anderson, John Spran, John Cange, Ronald Kamp, vice president; William Thompson, presi- 
dent; Rolland Heien, secretary; Avron Magram, social chairman; Tomy Endo, Jesse Rosenthal, Roy Allison 

Bottom row: Harold Waits, Ronald Robb, Kenneth Kistner, Jack Miller. Richard Oberholz. Eugene Heien, Dean Drewel, Eugene Barnett, Edward 
Bumba, Lewis Norton 

Not in panel: Donald Armstrong. Robert Caswell. Thomas Garrity, Ora Wheeler 



MEDEA LODGE 



412 East Green 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OF M.R.H. 

1215 South Fourth 

Top row: Sherwin Malis, Bernard Blaauw. Bernard Miller, scholastic chairman; Kenneth Brandt, lounge chairman; Joel Simon, Sidney Leavitt, 

Julius Schreiber, public relations chairman ; Charles Chase, management chairman; Alan Zuekerman. David Rogier, food chairman ; Ralph Good, 

service chairman 
Second row: Herold Rifken, counselor ; Ernest Lapp, junior treasurer; Louis Keith, secretary; Lawrence Graham, vice president; George Crimmins, 

president; Emanuel Katten, treasurer; Paul Schulstad, public relations chairman; Owen O'Neill 
Bottom row: David Meadows, Herbert Lassiter, John Tobey, student advisor chairman; Ronald Larson, Ronald Bart, special committee chairman; 

James Martin, special committee chairman 




413 




Top row : Michael Bakalis, Richard Zeiner, William Anderson, Richard Berutti, William Lyon, Donald Olson, Stuart Posselt, Edward Rohde, Rich- 
ard Davidson 

Third row: Charles Loebbaka, Victor Becker, Howard Bluestone, Carl Silva, John Delly, Richard Cullom, William Bahnks, Harry Kirschner, Ed- 
niond Kosowski, William Jessup, Charles Wills 

Second row: Howard Cohen, social chairman; Wayne Johnson, athletic chairman; Walter Myers, treasurer; George Hartman, counselor; Charles 
Chase, president; Ronald Larson, vice president; Stuart Lindstrom, activities chairman; Jay Levine, MIA representative ; Herbert Cibul, Samuel 
Kunin 

Bottom row: Roy Allen, Richard Statham, Robert Clark, Richard Mann, Thomas Booker, Dealton Smith, Allen Gliniewicz 

Not in panel: Roger Jones, secretary; John Gibb, scholastic chairman 

BARTON EAST, M.R.H. 

1215 South Fourth 



BARTON WEST, M.R.H. 



1215 South Fourth 



414 



Top row: Emory Westlake, Rolland Zachgo, Edwin Goldenberg, Robert Dietz, John Niebrzydoski, Alfred Wilde, Donald Willard, Virgil Reed, Bruce 

Nye, Edward Skalisius, Donald Zini 
Second row: Ronald Weber, Victor Williams, Lawrence Kohlenberger, Harry Sauerwein, Lowell Griffith, William Hartmann, George Vrentas, Richard 

Prouty, Roger Sheahen, Henry Bahr, Walter Harmer, Isaac Weiszer, Donald Gordon 
Bottom row: Richard Miura, secretary; Allan Jacobs, scholastic chairman; William Young, counselor; David Rogier, president; Lyle Lewinson, 

vice president; Herbert Lassiter, MIA representative ; Javin Taylor, athletic chairman; Allen Sered 
Not in panel : Alfred Killian, Jerry Palla, George Rich 





Top row: Roger Gorski, Edwin Fuller, David Peryam, Frederick Beckmann, Arthur Krumrei, Neale Fadden, Robert Harrison, Louis Rowitz, Fidel 

Salazar 
Bottom row: Ignacio Moreno, Robert Goedhart, Kenneth Brandt, Melvin Sorkin, Irwin David, Paul Rosenfield 

Xot in panel: Barry Greenberg, Thomas Tung, Lawrence TenPas, Sheldon Pekin, Thomas Scott, Alfred Phillips, James Hanley, Rudolf Habben, 
Michael Schwartz, Peter Tan, James Van Reenen, John Griffith, Paul Leppert, Paul Ehliuan, Milton McGee, Thomas Patterson, James Reagan, 
Richard Vinke, Zigurds Mednieks, John Stebel, Darwin Abby, Ralph Bunting, John Lee, William Joy. Frederick Giebrich, Joseph Vitt, Wilbert 
Ruedger, Walter Rowden, James Baechle, Richard Perez, Horst Roessler, Ronald Urbanek, Roger Stange, Donald Nelson, Eugene Drucker, Max 
Harris, Martin Kelber, Joseph Vanisko, Charles Anderson, John Greiner. Edward O'Donnell. George Chandler 



CLARK L M.R.H. 



1215 South Fourth 



CLARK II. M.R.H. 



1215 South Fourth 

Top row: William Hagwood, Paul Kadota, Martin Schleifer, Robert Baluka, Charles Wolff, Paul Steinberg, Robert Poty, William Schafer, Aivars 
Kuplis, Robert McKown 

Third row: Santiago Prieto, Arnold Eberlin, social chairman; John Henry, Roy Schayes, Bernard Thiel. Jerome Konecki, Richard Norris, Raymond 
Moehle, William Bryant, James Leach, Robert Guon 

Second row: Robert Dannenberg, David Fretzin, Lawrence Fretzin, George Placzek, secretary; Leon Hirsch, Sherwin Malis, president; Arlen Hagen, 
vice president; Jack Cutler, Peter Strandwitz 

Bottom row: Ethan Ruben, Eugene Heuck, George Langberg, scholastic chairman; Frank Lorenz, Louis Keith, John Stahlman, Raymond Ratay 

Not in panel: Barry Greenberg, Thomas Tung. Lawrence TenPas, Shelds Conrad, Carter Crawford, Dale Dillard, Bruce Dollahan. Michael Fein- 
berg, Jeremiah Fruin, Rodney Hanson, William Hoffmann, Leonard Johnson, Richard Kohl, Lester Lindvig, Kent Look, Gary Madderom, Michael 
Murray, James Nauert, Andrew Nordyke, Norman Perlmutter, Bertil Person, Harold Reckrey, Herold Rifken, Martin Robertson, Louis Siegel, 
Joel Simon, Francis Spina, Frederick Szymanski, Robert Fenzan, Wesley Froelich, Ronald Greenberg, Walter Guyer, Henry Karwan, John 
Schaffer, Marshall Teichner, Robert Tomaszkiewicz, Thomas Wainwright 




415 




Top row : Paul Berns, Alexis Popoff, George Wolf. Jay Sheinkop, Arnold Zebic, Robert Smutny, James Crawford, Kenneth Altera, Allan Mines, 
Ronald Schnabel, Leon Steinberg, Douglas Golden, Richard Finamore, Joseph Clark, Harold Goldberg 

Tliird row: Robert Marks, Irwin Cohen, Howard Miura, Jerry Kolb, Donald Arvidson. Louis Spitz, Robert Bratthauar, Richard Keyzer, Paul Cio- 
tola, Robert Resek, Roger Bainbridge, Alan Wilkinson, Donald Granbois, Bernard Lyngdal, James Naysmith. Arthur Laudeman, Donald Schnei- 
der, MIA representative; Paul Gluck 

Second row: Richard Earlix, Robert Bertoni, John Suedel, Donald McMasters, activities chairman; Richard Spellberg, athletic chairman: Philip 
Cohen, vice president; Donald Askew, treasurer; Julius Schreiber, president; Fred Sena, social chairman; Allan Pickus, Marshall Tudor, Albert 
Henderson 

Bottom row: Fernando Whorton, Richard Schwartz, Sheldon Rosenberg, Leslie Garland, Gunnar Pearson, Edward Martin, Allan Bluestone, Frans 
Guepin, scholastic chairman ; Stuart Jaffe, Leslie Anderson, Scott Goldman 



FLAGG, M.R.H. 






1215 South Fourth 



LUNDGREN EAST, M.R.H. 



1215 South Fourth 



416 



Top row: Richard Macdonald, Robert Updike, Rudolph Schneider, Curtis Bach, Ronald Van Mynen, Robert Williford, Wayne Rothermel, Seymour 

Van Deursen, Larry Casey, Larry Heck 
Tliird row: Robert Young, William Meyn, Joel Lebovitz, John Lipnicke, Lawrence Wendahl, Ronald Albrecht, Donald Tarzwell, James Lauder, 

Leslie Drossman, Alexander Keck 
Second row: Sheldon Rubin, treasurer; Howard Levey, social chairman; Michael Zeitlin, activities chairman; Allen Mitzenmacher, president; 

Joseph Fekete, counselor; Albert Berman, athletic chairman; Richard Levy, secretary; Sheldon Bernsen, vice president; Michael Sigband, 

David Bloxsom 
Bottom row : David Fischer, Perry Liss, Robert Gordon, Charles Leonard, Morris Heininger, Lawrence Sukert, Ronald Miller, Harold Green 





Top row: Nicholas Santoro, Daniel Ng, Larry Hoffman, Jay Hiatt, Daniel Harnish, Russell Putnam, Ronald Clayton, James Smithson, Philip Nel- 
son, Larry Brugh, Khosrow Nabavian 

Third row : Lowell Lefebvre, Paul Swarztrauber, Harry Robinson, David Heberer, Donald Paarlberg, David Peterson, Rolf Renner, Lawrence 
Schubert, Michael Murray, Melvin Kupperman 

Second row: Thomas Foster, David Levy, Albert Fasol, Sidney Sward, George Shafer, Richard Penley, Richard Craig, Daniel Conrad, Bernard 
Blaauw, Curtis Bach 

Bottom row : Howard Krause, George Schimmel, John Nelson, Frank Greene, Marshal Delnick, Donald Habbestad, Clarence Currie 

LUNDGREN WEST, M.R.H. 

1215 South Fourth 



LUNDGREN-BARTON, M.R.H. 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row : Seymour Meyer, Curtis Smith, Ray Anderson, Stephen Switzer, Leonard Anderson, Stanley Povilaitis, Gary Halford, Ronald Wehling, 

James Woell, James Blomquist, Raymond Moerschbaecher, Charles Swanson, James Tisol 
Second row: James Maclntyre, counselor; Lowell Krandell, David Karraker, athletic chairman; Ken Gunji, treasurer; Ralph Good, president; 

Thomas Paulson, William Lickfield, Grant Brown, Robert Herschelmau 
Bottom row : Melvin Wyman, Darryl Marks, Robert Clough, Kent Hardin, Charles Anzalone, Bruno Ast, David Peterson, James McArthur 
Not in panel: Franklin Beavers, Duane Bariff, Larry Brock, Michael Cione, Harold Dunbar, Eugene Eisenhauer, John Fernandez, Lewis Flyr, 

Edward Fojtik. Lawrence Graham, Dan Grimsich, Donald Johnson, Rudolph Kasal, Edwin Keyse, Norman Kozak, Andrew Kwiecien, Donald 

Lesh, Don McGee, Gregg Nesemeier, Michael Palermo, George Papagiannis, Terry Parker, Sheldon Rashis, Thomas Riesterer, Charles Thomas, 

Julian White, Howard Wheat, Jack Wolfmark, Daniel Zigich, Norbert, Cieslewicz 




417 




Top row : Ervin Ruutelmann, Charles Denny, Phillip Sokol, Donald Prather, James Galinsky, Frank Majeske, George Utz, Ronald Roberts, John 

Bjornseth, Emanuel Katten, Norman Anderson, Robert Speros 
Second row: Raymond Ruppel, Allen Haarr, Donald Horst, Donald Zahler, Bernard Steinberg, Mario Plaza, Ivan Gomez, Gregg Warmbier, Phillip 

Leboy, Ralph Larson, Richard Hathaway, George Eleftheriou, Martin Plonus 
Bottom row: George Nishi, John Ast, Sheldon Silverman, social chairman; Joe Outhons, athletic chairman; James Martin, president; Walter 

Sergeant, vice president; Bernard Miller, scholastic chairman; Ernest Lapp, treasurer 



NOBLE L M.R.H. 



1215 South Fourth 



NOBLE II, M.R.H, 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row: Jack Lesicko, Matthew Ryan, John Glass, William Schaumann, Curtis Hetherington, David Meadows, Aleksander Juskowicz 
Bottom row: Floyd Blackmore, Francis Engels, secretary; Vilmars Benekis, rice president; John Tobey, president; Paul Ehrlich 
Not in, panel: James Tary 



418 




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Top row : Arthur Harris, Darwin Phillips, Arthur Tonell, Hubert Crush, Enrique Hoftel, Paul Gaskins, Richard Hull, counselor; Richard Miller, 
Phillip Geheber, Arthur Singer, Richard Weinberg, Richard Geschwind. Ray Fukumoto 

Second row: Hernando Durana, Anthony Nathan, Edmund Mason, Prank Cheatham, Richard Simon, James McComb, Carl Strauss, Richard Peter- 
son, John Djerf, Phillip Shroyer, Ronald Parker, Frank Castleman 

Bottom row: Earl Silverman, Robert Hornstein, Norman Roden, Owen O'Neill, vice president; Paul Schulstad, president; Joseph Burla, treasurer; 
Robert Stull, Dieter Rodrian, Jaime Reines 



NOBLE III, M.R.H. 



1215 South Fourth 



NOBLE IV, M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 

Top row : Edward Strougal, Thomas Nelson, Ronald Koerner, Walter Poote, Alan Krause, Larry Meoli, Harold Davidson, James Wagner, Jerry 

Kember, Richard Holmgren 
Bottom row : Roger Harrison, Saul Klibanow, Sidney Leavitt, James Hancock, Ronald Bart, George Crimmins, Hubert Baker, Burton Sandburg 




419 







Top roic : George Irwin, Ronald Seibel, Howard Malstrom, Robert Frank, David Hartley 

Third row : Dale Ruckman, Lauren Dunaway, Harold Peters, Louis Lewey, Donald Keirn, Charles Willman, Donald Jones 
Second row: Francis Barton, Rolland Pettit, Roger Kensil, Vernon Eidman, Harold James. Glen Gullakson, Larry Bailey 

Bottom row: Harvey Hortik, pledge-master ; William Rich, treasurer; Arlen Speckman, president; Robert Dintelmann, vice president; Louis Schairer, 
secretary 



NABOR HOUSE 



811 West Oregon 



907 CLUB 



907 South Sixth 



Top row : Richard Hanson, Richard Andler, Dominic Morris, Ronald Black, Wayne Weber, Roger Weber, Edward Reynolds, Carl Groen, Frank 

Merle, Donald Smith, Arnold Gotaas 
Second row: Robert Rockey, Donald Kuhlman, Richard Mulroney, MIA representative ; Max Berns, secretary; David Bowers, treasurer; Thomas 

Munday, president; Gary Wieting, vice president; Arthur Hall, social chairman; Gerald Spehar, intramural chairman 
Bottom row: Jack Sohmidel, Gerald Bertchie. Ronald Pagel, Gary Peterson, Michael Hill, Donald Wells, Raymond Moffitt 



420 




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Top roiv : Raymond "V'ilutis, Herbert Siewert. MIA representative; Lorentz Higgins, Leo Havey, Donald Elwell, Theodore Tingley 
Second row: John Dreher, secretary; David Kessel, vice president; Mrs. Clower, John Stengele, president; Jobie Spencer, treasurer 
Bottom row : Neil Gurley, Donnie Snedeker, Neil Hamilton, Daniel Rubinstein 



SECTION EIGHT 



1203 West Stoughton 



SHAWNEE 



1004 West Nevada 



Top row : Richard Norsworthy, Robert Shanklin, James Ostberg, William Larson, James Doty, Robert Psenka, Ronald Schmitz, Anton Schmid, 
Stephen Lemak, Paul Emerling, Dewayne Miller 

Third row : Harry Bates, Andrew Konstantaras, Raymond Capek, William Slater, Donald Corbett, Norman Silcox, Otto Capek, Thomas Moore, 
Robert Lamping, Victor Swanson, William Smith, Robert Madary 

Second row: Charles Zlatkoff, Wayne Sampson, Louis Klindera, secretary-treasurer; Jack Leftwich, vice president; Mrs. Brown, David Dobberman, 
president; Fred Wegener, social chairman; John Richards, sports chairman; Edwin Thayer, Charles Madary 

Bottom row : Antoine Arnaudy, Ronald Dumay, Raymond Kasten, David Woodman, Gaylord Weaver, James Kries, William Cormier, Roger Shank- 
lin, Robert Wedekind, Henry Sechrest 

Not in panel : Stanley Dziacko 




421 




Robert Clark, Thomas Steele, Robert Huston, John Talbott, Larry West, Maxwell Forbes, Christopher Kunkel, Fred Kraus, Philip 



Top row: William Pohl, Donald Rimsnider, Florian Nykiel, Silvio Capponi. Andrew McDonald, Philip Rose, Bruce Wright, Ralph Hyer, Charles 

Chimento 
Second rou 

Davis 
Bottom roic : Roland Schwanke, treasurer; Marvin Gerdes, Buren Haynes, secretary; Richard West, president; Robert Skinner, vice president; 

Paul Wallem, sports chairman; Robert Wittenbarger, reporter; Robert Watts, social chairman 
Xot in panel : Robert Willand 



SONS HOME 



1116 West California 



WESMEN 

1301 West Stougliton 

Top row : Richard Jamison, William Wood, Richard Ahrenkiel, Erazm Willy, Robert Waltz. Theodore Jamison 

Second row: Frank Hayward, Franklin Kuo, John Lehmann, Peter Kloeppel, Robert Madison, Jerry Kermicle, Sung Moon, Gene Dixon, Charles 

Derwent 
Bottom row: Jerome Hardesty, MIA representative; Glenn Andrews, soriul chairman; Bernard Burnett, vice president; Gerald Trimble, president; 

Carl McNair, secretary; Lynn Harper, treasurer; John Stanley, intramural chairman 
Not in panel : David Waltz 



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Top row: Willard Siepel. Richard Trowbridge, Ronald Rilott, Allen Hoffman, Robert Trotter. John (iesell. Donald Pinney 

Third row: Howard Walker, George Wolf, Malcolm Campbell, Harold Harms. Steven Herrman. Marvin McDonald, sports chairman; Bobbie Weiss 
Second row: Freeman Marti, chaplain; David Bossert, commissar; Maxwell Newport, vice president; Paul Rieke, president; John Feddersen, secre- 
tary; George Tjardes, treasurer 
Bottom row: Gordon Schnepper, Charles Lane, Maurice Snow, social chairman; William Parkinson, Anion Yilt, Richard Walter 



ILLI-DELL 



706 South Goodwin 




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John Euederix Aanes Chicago 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Noble House 

House President. (2); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; 

A.S.M.E.; Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 

202 

Gjovik Komm Hoyere Almenskole, Nor- 
way 



Charles Richard Abbott Joliet 

Commerce 
Commerce and Lair 
Junior Bar Association; Marketing Club 
Joliet Junior College 



Donald Harry Abernathie . . Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Statistics 
Phi Eta Sigma 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



Floyd Arthur Abraham Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Cagle Hall 
House President (4) ; German Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Leonard Abrams Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Sigma Alpha Mu 



Clem John Acker Alton 

Division of Special Services 

Geology 

University Theatre Cast (3, 4) ; University 

Theatre Crew (4); Cyclothem Club; Illini 

Campus Amvets Post No. 202 

Shurtleff College 



Wayne Howard Adams Lockporl 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Alpine Lodge 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Marketing Club 



John Edward Ade Moline 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

A.I.Ch.E.; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; German Club 



Joyce Adler Melrose, Mass. 

Pine and Applied Arts 
Music 
Evans Hall 
Sigma Alpha Iota; Student Senate (2); 
University Orchestra (2, 3, 4) 



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Permin Aguil\r 

Bogota, Colombia, South America 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (4) ; Orchesis (3) ; 
Little United Nations; Rifle and Pistol 
Club; Scimitar; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Universidad Nacional of Colombia; Uni- 
versidad de los Andes 

Robert Henry Ahrens Hirer Grove 

Engineering 
Electrical Engi nee ri n g 
College Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Luther College 



Ronald Diane Aiken Benton 

Agriculture 
Marketing 
Theta Chi 
Agricultural Economics Club ; Field and 
Furrow; Marketing Club 



Lowell Edwin Akers Liberty 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Education 
Agricultural Education Club; Agriculture 
Club 

Western Illinois State College 



Robert Dale Albers Delavan 

Agriculture 
Teacher Training in Agriculture 
Alpha Tan Alpha; Agricultural Education 
Club 



David Paul Albert Mattoon 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Tan Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau 
Sigma; Football Marching Band (1, 2, 3, 
4); First Regimental Band (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Major, Air Force ROTC ; Arnold Air So- 
ciety; A.S.M.E.; Illini Sportsman's Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

William Martin Albert. .East St. Louis 
Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Interfraternity Council (1, 3); Varsity 
Baseball Squad (1, 3); Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC ; Pershing Rifles ; Society of Ameri- 
can Military Engineers; M.I.S. 



Leopold Albertin Elm-wood Park 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Parade Ground Units 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Raymond Albrecht Chicago 

Commerce 
Industrial A administration 

Newman Hall 
Alpha Phi Omega ; Senior Ball Committee 
(4); Accountancy Club; Flying Club; 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; 
Marketing Club ; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Wilson Junior College 



Charles Ernest Albright, Jr. 

Loogootec 
Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Gar-Men 
Sigma Delta Chi; Second Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC ; Zeta Sigma Alpha 



Claude Charles Alexander.. 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



.Newton 



Mary Elizabeth Alexander 

Latere nee ville 
Education 
English 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Shi-Ai ; Illini Union Committee (1, 2); 
Star Course Manager (1,2); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1, 2) ; Student Senate (1, 2, 3) 
Honors Day (1) 



Norman Paul Alexander Hinsdale 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Granada Club 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Synton 
Morton Junior College 



Robert Duane Alexander Mattoon 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Tribe of Illini (3,4); Varsity Football 
Squad (2, 3) ; Freshman Varsity Football 
Squad; Varsity Wrestling Squad (2.3,4), 
Letter (3,4); Freshman Varsity Wrestling 
Squad; Varsity Baseball Squad (3) 



Judith Rachel Alfend 

University City, Mo. 
Libera! Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Harmony House 
Stephens College 



Robert Dean Alford. . . .Stoughton, Wis. 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Kappa Delta Rho 
Military Ball Committee 
Lieutenant, Army ROTC 
Sigma Alpha ; Accountancy Club ; Business 
Education Club; Marketing Club 



(3,4); Second 
Phalanx; Zeta 



Wilfred Allard Lowell, Mass. 

Division of Special Services 
Civil Engineering 
University of Maryland 



Bernie Lee Allen Eldorado 

Veterinary Medicine 

Veterinary Medicine 
American Veterinary Medical Association ; 
Student Veterinary Medical Association 

















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Harry David Allen Toulon 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Hunter Club 
I.A.S. 





Joyce Elaine Allen Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Biology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Linda Lee Allen Oregon 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Mu Phi Epsilon; The Illio (2) ; University 
Choir (4); Women's Glee Club (1,2,3); 
Oratorio Society (1,2,3,4) 
Honors Day (3) 



Sarah Jane Allen Roodhouse 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Sherwood Lodge 
Zeta Phi Eta; University Theatre Crew 
(1, 2, 3) ; Illini Forensic Association 



William Lee Allen Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Noble House 
House President (3); WILL (3,4): 
Campus Amvets Post No. 202 ; 
sic Association ; Marketing Club 
Marquette University 



Illini 
Illini Foren- 




Miciiael Allen Allswanq Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; Illini Insurance So- 
ciety; Marketing Club; Rho Epsilon 
University of Arizona 



Donna Gay Amos Golf 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Delta 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (3) 
Lawrence College 



Mart Kathryn Amsteex Highland Park 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Shi-Ai; Y.W.C.A. Committee (3,4) 




Diane Lee Amundsen Chicago 

Commerce 
Secretarial Training 
Delta Delta Delta 
Mortar Board; Torch; Sigma Iota Epsilon; 
The Illio (1, 2, 3) ; Illini Union Committee 
(1, 2) ; W.A.A. (1) ; Commerce Council (1, 
2) 
Honors Day (1,2) 

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William Howard Anda Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Kappa Phi 
House President (4) 
Wright Junior College 



Anne Marie Andersen Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Sherwood Lodge 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; Campus Chest 
(3) ; Young Republicans Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Arthur Lee Anderson Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Flagg House 
Armed Forces Amateur Radio Club; A.I. 
E.E.-I.R.E.; Synton 
Honors Day (2) 



Charles Stewart Anderson. . .Wheaton 

Commerce 

Management 

Clark House 

Illini Insurance Society; Society for the 

Advancement of Management 

DePaul University; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



Corliss Dunlop Anderson. . .Barrington 
Journalism 
Advertising 

Phi Gamma Delta 
Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily Illini (3); 
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (1); Y.M.CA. Commit- 
tee (4) ; I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (4) ; 
Field and Furrow; Young Republicans 
Club 

Oberlin College ; De Pauw University 



Donald Keith Anderson Bockford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Graham Lodge 
Sigma Tau ; Tau Beta Pi ; Phi Lambda 
Upsilon ; Engineering Council (4); A.I. 
Ch.E.; Rifle and Pistol Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Earl Theodore Anderson Chicago 

Journalism and Communications 
Radio and Television 

Parade Ground Units 
Sigma Delta Chi; M.I. A. Executive Coun- 
cil (3); House President (3,4); Student 
Senate (4); Captain, Army ROTC ; Mili- 
tary Council; Pershing Rifles. 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Gary Jack Anderson Lansing 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Chi Phi 
Football Marching Band (3) ; First Regi- 
mental Band (3) 



Glenn Roger Anderson Springfield 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; Concert Band (3, 
4) ; Football Marching Band (3, 4) 
Springfield Junior College 













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Myrene Grace Anderson 

Chicago Heights 
Home Economics 
Vocational Education 
T-Dorms 
House President (4) 

Arkansas Polytechnic College 



Norma Jean Brandon Anderson 

Springfield 
Commerce 
Commercial Teaching 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); Business Edu- 
cation Club; Teachers-in-Training Club 



Paul Theodore Anderson Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Gargoyle; Sigma Tau; Scarab; A.I.A. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Cary Anderson Plain field 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Calhoun Hall 
Captain, Air Force ROTC; A. I. E.E.-I.R.E. ; 
Synton 



Stanley Fred Anderson Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Captain, Army ROTC; Society of American 
Military Engineers; A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Carol Joyce Andrews Rock Island 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Sigma Kappa 
Mortar Board; Torch; Kappa Tau Alpha; 
Alpha Lambda Delta ; Theta Sigma Phi ; 
The Illio (1,2,3,4), Editor (4); Illini 
Union Committee (1,2) 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Gary Edward Andrews Pekin 

Engineering 

Civil Engineering 



Gloria Dolores Andrews Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
French 
Philea 
Torch ; Alpha Chron ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; 
Mask and Bauble ; University Theatre 
Crew (1,2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); 
W.G.S. Executive Council (3) ; Illini Union 
Committee (1,2); Student Senate (3); 
LAS Council (1,2,3,4), President (3); 
French Club ; Spanish Club 
Honors Day (1, 3) 

Raymond Eugene Andrews 

Western Springs 
Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Sigma Delta Chi ; Illini Sportsman's Club 



Joseph Andronowitz Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing and Management 

Evans Scholars 
Concert Band (2, 3, 4) ; Football Marching 
Band (2, 3, 4) ; Newman Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (2, 3, 4) ; Illini Insurance 
Society; Marketing Club 
Wright Junior College 



Marvin Stewart Angus Chicago Heights 
Commerce 
Advertising and Sales Management 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Star and Scroll; The Daily Illini (1,2,3, 
4); Illini Union Committee (1, 2); Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (4) ; Military Ball 
Committee (2,3,4); Ensign, NROTC; 
Pershing Rifles; Scabbard and Blade; 
Marketing Club 



Juliann Ankenbrand Mt. Carmel 

Agriculture 
General Home Economics 
4-H House 
Home Economics Club; Rural Life Club 



Katherine Nora Anselmo Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Social Studies 
Busey Hall 

Student Religious Council (4) ; Newman 

Foundation Student Council (4) ; French 

Club 

Navy Pier Activities: University Choir 
Rosary College ; Navy Pier Extension of 

the University of Illinois 



Judith Paulette Ansick Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Alpha Phi 
Southern Seminary and Junior College 



Catherine Louise Aplington. . .LaSalle 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Sherwood Lodge 
Clarke College 



Lynn Andrew Arbeen 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Illini Union Committee (1) ; A. I. A. 
Honors Day (1) 
Roosevelt College 



Donald Gene Archer Springfield 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Delta Tau Delta 
Illini Union Committee (1); Interfraternity 
Council (2); Second Regimental Band 
(1) ; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement 



Gail Lee Arfstrom Rock ford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Busey Hall 
Sigma Delta Pi; W.A.A. (1,2,3) 












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Education 
English 
McKinley Hall 
Torch; Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily Illini 
(2, 3, 4) ; Editorial Board (4) 
Illinois College 



Barbara Helen Arning. .Teaneck, N.J. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Hospital Dietetics 
Palamar 
Homo Economics Club 



Barbara Caryl Arnold. .Mount Prospect 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Delia Gamma 

Mortar Board ; Shi-Ai ; Illini Union Board 

(4) ; Major Chairman Stunt Show Illini 

Union Committee (3) ; Illini Union Council 

(2,3): Illini Union Committee (1); Y.W. 

C.A. Committee (1) ; Campus Chest (1, 2) ; 

University Chorus (1); Chairman, Alumni 

Association Board (4) 



Harris Salzman Arnold 

New York City, 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Philosophy 
Sigma Alpha Mu 
New York University 



N.Y. 



Topeka, Kan. 



Margaret Jean Arnold . 
Education 
English 
Mortar Board ; Delta Sigma Rho ; Campus 
Chest (3) ; French Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 
University of Kansas 



Howard Isaac Aronson Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
French 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Hillel Foundation Student Council; 
French Club; Little United Nations; 
Russian Language Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Neil Gerald Aronson Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Omega Beta Pi; The Daily Illini; Fresh- 
man "Varsity Gymnastics Squad; Spanish 
Club 
Honors Day (3) 

Wilson Jr. College : Navy Pier Extension 
of the L T niversity of Illinois 



Robert Charles Arterburn . . . . Summit 
Journalism 
Editorial 
Sigma Delta Chi, President (4) ; The Daily 
Illini (1,2,3,4), Executive News Editor 
(4) 
Honors Day (1) 



Julius Nelson Ash . . Kansas City, Kans. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Landscape Architecture 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Landscape Architecture Society; Young 
Republicans Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

University of Kansas; United States 
Military Academy 



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Journalism 
Editorial 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Torch; Shi-Ai; Alpha Lambda Delta; Theta 
Sigma l'hi. President (4); The Daily 
Illini (1); The Illio (1,2); Illini Union 
Committee (1,2); Star Course Manager 
(1,2); Campus Chest (1,2,3); Women's 
Glee Club (1); LAS Council (1,2) 
Honors Day ( l ) 



Barbara Jean Aubv Normandy, Mo. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
W.A.A. (1,2,3) 




John Herbert At/by Decatur 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 



William Bruce Aufderhaar 

Port Washington, N. Y. 
Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Sigma Nu 
Skull and Crescent; Interfraternity Coun- 
cil (2); I.U.S.A. Barbershoppers (2) 



Gene Otto Augustin Highland 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Cagle Hall 
Southern Illinois University 



Earl Donald Austin, Jr. Elmwood Park 
Commerce 
Management and Marketing 
Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad ; Mar- 
keting Club ; Society for the Advancement 
of Management; Spanish Club 



Paul Edward Awe Elkhart 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Farm House 
Alpha Zeta ; Major Chairman of Open 
Houses and Banquets, Illini Union Com- 
mittee (3); Illini Union Committee (1,2, 

3) ; Lutheran Foundation Student Council 
(4); All-Ag Field Day Committee (1,2,3, 

4) ; Plowboy Prom Committee (2, 3, 4) ; 
Captain, Air Force ROTC ; Agriculture 
Club; Field and Furrow; Gamma Delta; 
Hoof and Horn Club 

Donald Roy Axelson Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Alpha 
Rho Tau 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Bernardo Ayala 

Libano, Tolima, Colombia, S.A. 
Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment; Spanish Club 

National University of Colombia, Uni- 
versity of the Andes 



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Rebecca Jean Avars Vrbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Pi Beta Phi 
The Daily Illini (4) ; Wesley Foundation 
Student Council (4) ; Junior Bar Associa- 
tion 

Ohio Wesleyan University; Oberlin Col- 
lege 



Jean Carol Ayson. . . .Honolulu, Hawaii 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Zoology 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Illini Union Committee (1); Women's Glee 
Club (1); Newman Foundation Student 
Council (3) ; Freshman Week Committee 
( 4 ) ; Chinese Students Club ; Spanish 
Club: Hawaii Club 

1 nivercity of Haw'j] Lcyola Lmv?rsity 



Paul Edwin Bachelor Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Herbert Saul Badal Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Delta Chi 
Tribe of Illini; Varsity Football Squad (2, 
3, 4), Letter (3, 4); Freshman Varsity 
Football Squad, Military Ball Committee 
(3); Lieutenant Colonel, Army ROTC; 
Alpha Rho Tau; Pershing Rifles; Illini 
Sportsman's Club; Marketing Club; Society 
for the Advancement of Management. 



Anne Helen Bages Galesburg 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 

T-Dorms 
Shorter Board; Alpha Sigma Nu. President 
(4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); W.A.A. 
Hoard (3,4): Major I (3); W.A.A. Nu- 
merals (2); W.A.A. (1,2,3,4); Women's 
Glee Club (1); Physical Education Majors 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4) 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

David Clarke Bailey- Urbana 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Skull and Crescent (2) ; Interfraternity 
Council (2, 3) 



Shirley Eileen Bailey Contrail 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Evans Hall 
Home Economics Club 

Springfield Junior College 



Ralph Lee Baix Homeuood 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
The Mansion 
House President (4) ; Newman Foundation 
Student Council (4) ; Physics Society 
Thornton Junior College 



Nina Lou Wilson Baird Robinson 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 

McKinlev Hall 
Alpha Chron; Alpha Lambda Delta: Phi 
Upsilon Omicron; Illini Union Committee 
(2); W.G.S. Executive Council (2); Plow- 
boy Prom Committee (2) ; Home Economics 
Club 
H rs Day (1, 2, 3) 



Burl Pryce Baker. Bloomingion 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Acacia 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (3) ; First Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC: Alpha Rho Tau ; Agriculture 
Club; Field and Furrow; Rifle and Pistol 
Club 



Charles Richard Baker Plainville 

Agriculture 
Teacher Training in Agriculture 
Tara Hall 
Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Economics 
Club, Agricultural Education Club; Agri- 
culture Club; Hoof and Horn Club. 
Western Illinois State College 



NlCKOLAE BAKER Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Rosewood 
Psi Chi; House President (4) 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini ; Debate 
Team 

Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Donald Arthur Ball East Alton 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Tribe of Illini; Senior Gymnastics Man- 
ager; Military Ball Committee (3); Cap- 
tain, Army ROTC; Pershing Rifles; A.S. 
M.E. 



Joyce Marie Ballard Woodstock 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Busey Hall 
W.A.A. (1,2,3,4); Marketing Club 



Robert Leroy Baluka Brookfield 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Clark House 
Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad ( 1 ) ; 
Hoof and Horn Club 



John Wesley Bandy Dancille 

Commerce 

Management 

Psi Upsilon 

Interfraternity Council (2); Freshman 

Varsity Wrestling Squad ; Society for the 

Advancement of Management 



James Holmes Bang. . .New Tori;, N.T. 

Engineering 

Aeronautical Engineering 

Chinese Students Club; LA.S.; Rifle and 

Pistol Club 

Maryville College 



Charles Richard Banter Free port 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Triangle 
Interfraternity Council (3) ; SA.E. 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 








Bui ce Owen Barkley Newton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 

Cosmopolitan 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (4); M.I. A. Executive 
Council (3); Student Senate (3,4): Co- 
ordination Committee (4); University 
Chorus (3,4), President (3,4); French 
Club; Illini Forensic Association; Illini 
Sportsman's Club 
Honors Day (4) 

Deep Springs College 



William Maul Barnes Barrington 

Division of Special Services 
Industrial Management 
Chi Psi 
Varsity Football Squad (2,3); Freshman 
Varsity Football Squad; Scabbard and 
Blade; Zeta Sigma Alpha; A.F.S.; Agri- 
culture Club; A.S.M.E.; Field and Fur- 
row: Hoof and Horn Club; Rifle and 
Pistol Club; Society for the Advancement 
of Management; Young Republicans Club 

Bbttce Edward Barnett Keithsburg 

Journalism 

Radio and Television 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

Illini Union Committee (2); Campus 

Chest (1); Interfraternity Council (2,3); 

House President (3, 4) 



Richard Allan Barnett Dancille 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Social Studies 
Eureka College 



Patricia Ruth Barnhart Crossville 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
McKinley Hall 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (3); W.A.A. (1.2, 
3); Home Economics Club 
Honors Day (3) 



M wn Jean Barrie Freeport 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Alpha Phi 
Gamma Alpha Chi; Theta Sigma Phi; The 
Illio (1); Illini Union Committee (1): 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); Campus Chest 
(1); House President (4); Young Repub- 
licans Club 



Sylvia Mary Bartecki Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
W.A.A. (4) 

Chicago Teachers College 



Barbara Zander Barth Pa.vton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Delta Pi; 
Concert Band (1,2,3,4); Oratorio So- 
ciety (2, 3, 4) ; Spanish Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Hikmet Basik Istanbul, Turkey 

Engineering 
Cicil Engineering 
Delta Kappa Epsilon 
A.S.C.E.; French Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 




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Roger Stephen Bvskes Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy and Finance 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Ma-Wan-Da; Beta Gamma Sigma: Phi Eta 
Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Sigma Iota Epsi- 
lon; Illini Union Board, President (4): 
Major Chairman Spring Carnival Illini 
Union Committee (3) : Illini Union Council 
(3); Illini Union Committee (1,2,3); 
Inlcrfratcrnity Council (1,2,3); Student 
Senate (3,4); Committee on Student Af- 
fairs (4); Coordination Committee (4): 
N.S.A. Senate Subcommittee (3, 4) ; Com- 
merce Council (1, 2, 3), President (3) ; 
Freshman Week Committee (2, 3) : Ac- 
countancy Club; Marketing Club 
Honors Day (1.2,3.4); University of 
Illinois Scholarship Key 

Peggy Jean Bates Chicago 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Phi Chi Theta ; Sigma Iota Epsilon : Mar- 
keting Club 
Honors Day (1,2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Ronald Haines Bates Dei-nhn- 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Minawa Lodge 
Football Marching Band (3, 4) : Second 
Regimental Band (2, 3, 4) ; Illini Christian 
Fellowship (2, 3, 4) 
Millikin University 

Thomas Bernard Battles Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Newman Hall 
Gargoyle ; A. I. A. 
Honors Day (2. 4) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Loyola University 



Leo Schuyler Baudino Cairo 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 



Lois Frances Bauer Effingham 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Delta Zeta 
Plowboy Prom Committee (2) ; Home 
Economics Club 
Honors Day (3) 

Eastern Illinois State College 



Walter Joseph Bauer Chicago 

Commerce 
Finance 
Finance Club; German Club; Illini Sports- 
man's Club; Marketing Club; Rifle and 
Pistol Club 

Wilson Junior College, University of 
Miami 



James Starr Baumel Rockton 

Commerce 
Management 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Northern Illinois State College 



Barbara Joan Baxter Glen Ellyn 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Delta Gamma 
Mortar Board ; Torch ; Alpha Lambda 
Delta, President (2); Alpha Sigma Nu ; 
The Ulio (1,2); Illini Union Board (4); 
Major Chairman Homecoming Illini Union 
Committee (3); Major Chairman Presi- 
dent's Reception Illini Union Committee 
(4); Illini Union Committee (1); W.A.A. 
Numerals (3); W.A.A. (1,2,3,4): Pan- 
hellenic Executive Council (2, 3) ; Concert 
Band (1); Physical Education Majors 
Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
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Bruce McCaw Baxter LaGrange 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 

Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Major Chairman Red Cross Illini Union 
Committee (3): Illini Union Council (3); 
Illini Union Committee (1,2); Student 
Senate (4) 




Kenneth B.vygood 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 



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Kent Beauchamp Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Sigma Nu 
Campus Chest (1); Intramural Manager 
(2) ; Cyclothem Club 



George Raymond Beazly Mansfield 

Agriculture 
General Agronomy 




Harry' Becker Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Clark House 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Synton 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Sharon Lee Beckmeyer Centralia 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Pi Beta Phi 
Zeta Phi Eta; Illini Union Committee (2, 
3,4); University Theatre Cast (3); Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew ( 3 ) 
University of Arizona 



John Paul Beeftink 

Agriculture 
Dairy Technology 
Newman Hall 
Dairy Technology Society 



. Chicago 



Sarah Jane Beggs Oak Park 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Delta Zeta 
W.A.A. (3,4); Women's Glee Club (4); 
Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory 
Board (1); Agriculture Club; Hoof and 
Horn Club 



Carl Beil Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 

Parade Ground Units 
House President (3, 4, 5); University 
Chorus (3, 4) ; Society of American Mili- 
tarv Engineers; A.I.A. ; Illini Sportsman's 
Club 

Chicago Technical College; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 



Robert Walter Bein Chicago 

Engineering 

Civil Engineering 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Sigma Tan; Tail Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon ; 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3, 4) ; Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (1, 2, 3) ; Star Course 
Manager (1,2); Lutheran Foundation 
Student Council (2, 3, 4) ; Midshipman 
Lieutenant, NROTC; Navy Council; Gamma 
Delta 
Honors Day (3) 

Marilyn Jane Beiniiuter Decatur 

Agriculture 

Home Economics 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Star Course Manager (1,2); Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (1); Campus Chest (2); Pan- 

hellenic Executive Council (3) 



Ellen Ann Bell Mazon 

Agriculture 
Hospital Dietetics 
McKinley Hall 
Phi Upsilon Omicron; Seabitry Foundation 
Student Council (1, 2) 



Alvin Belsley Morion 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Phi Kappa Tau 
Phi Eta Sigma; Illini Union Committee (2, 
3); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1,2); St. Pat's 
Ball Committee (3) 
Honor's Day (1 ) 



Jo Ann Belton Indianola 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Alpha Chi Omega 
The Illio (1) ; Illini Union Committee (2) ; 
W.A.A. Board (2); W.A.A. (2); U. of I. 
Student Chapter American Recreational 
Society 

Stephens College 



Laurance Hadley Bender Savanna 

Division of Special Services 
Economics 
Northern Illinois State Teachers College 



LeRoy" Allen Bender Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Illinois Technograph (1,2); A.F.S. ; A.S. 
M.E. 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Mitch ell\ Samuel Bender Aurora 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Phi Sigma Delta 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; Concert Band (2, 
3,4); Football Marching Band (1,2,3, 
4) ; First Regimental Band (1) ; School of 
Music Student Council, President (3) 



Roy Samuel Bender Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Alpha Delta Sigma ; Major Chairman Bar- 
bershoppers Illini Union Committee (4) ; 
Illini Union Committee (1,2,3); Military 
Ball Committee (1); Pershing Rifles 













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Joyce Marie Benninu Raymond 

Education 
Social Studies Education 

Philea 
House President (3); University Chorus 
(2); Lutheran Foundation Student Coun- 
cil (3,4) 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Valparaiso University; University of Ari- 
zona 



Eugene Lloyd Benner Ottawa 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Chi 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

DePauw University 



David Michael Bennett 

St. Joseph, Mich. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
University Theatre Cast (3, 4) ; Star 
Course Manager (1,2); Second Lieuten- 
ant, Air Force ROTC 



Marvin Bennett. .. .Atlantic City, N.J. 
Engineering 
Ceramic Engineering 
A.C.S. 




Ronald Maxwell Bennett Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
Marketing Club 



Harold Clifford Benson Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 

Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 
Purdue University 



Richard Albert Berard Joliet 

Engineering 

Electrical I! nginccring 

Alpha Delta Phi 
University Theatre Crew (3); A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E.; American Society for Public Ad- 
ministration 

Joliet Junior College 



Frances Virginia Berg Oak Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
University Theatre Crew (4) ; Sociology 
Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



David Buck Bergen Harrington 

Commerce 
/ ndustrial Administration 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; A.S.C. 
E.; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement 

Lehigh University 



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Education 
Business Education 

Phi Mn 
Shi-Ai; Sigma Delta Pi; The Illio (2); 
Illini Union Committee (1,2,3); W.A.A. 
(1,2,3,4); Commerce Council (2); Bus- 
iness Education Club; French Club; Span- 
ish Club 



Francis Henry Bergonz Harmon 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
I.A.S. 



Ira Marvin Berke Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Landscape Architecture 
Illini Sportsman's Club; Landscape Archi- 
tecture Society 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Burton Robert Berman Chicago 

Commerce 
Economics 
Pi Lambda Phi 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2) ; Illini In- 
surance Society; Itho Epsilon 



Zina Lorraine Berman Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Glen Richard Bernfield Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Tan Delta Phi 
Phi Kappa Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Beta 
Alpha Psi ; Sigma Iota Epsilon; Illini 
Union Committee (1,2); Campus Choi 
(3); Accountancy Club; Illini Sportsman's 
Club 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Bernadine Ann Bernhardt. . . .St. Peter 
Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Evans Hall 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Second Regimental 
Band (2,3,4); Gamma Delta; Home 
Economics Club; Marketing Club 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Marvin John Bernhardt El Paso 

Agriculture 
G e a e ral A gricult u re 
1001 Club 
Illinois State Normal University 



Sheldon Sandy Bernsen Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Lundgren House 
Sigma Tau ; American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers 



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Howard Bernstein Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Interfraternity Council (3); House Presi- 
dent (3); Concert Band (3); Football 
Marching Band (3) 

Bradley University; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Marilyn Ann Bernstein Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avemie Residence 
French Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Marvin Lee Berron . . . .St. Marys, Ohio 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Delta Sigma Omicron ; Marketing Club 



Bridget Lakstuone Betkauskas. .Cicero 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Marketing Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Leonard Dean Bettinger 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Commerce 

Economics 
Zeta Beta Tau 
Illini Union Committee (1,2): Y.M.C.A. 
Committee (2); Interfraternity Council 
(2) ; House President (4) ; Student Re- 
ligious Council (3, 4) ; Hillel Foundation 
Student Council (3, 4) ; Commerce Coun- 
cil (3, 4), President (4) ; Illini Sports- 
man's Club; Marketing Club; Rho Epsilon 
Honors Day (3) 

Frances Ronelle Beyer Tremont 

Agriculture 

Teacher Training in Home Economics 

Sherwood Lodge 
Omicron Nu; Alpha Lambda Delta; Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (2) ; House Presi- 
dent (4) ; Home Economics Club 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Edward Paul Bialecke Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Fournier Institute of Technology 



Domenic Ronald Biava D wight 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Hunter Club 
A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (1) 



Joe Scott Bicknell Lotington 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3); N.S.A. 
Senate Subcommittee (2) ; Second Regi- 
mental Band (1); All-Ag Field Day Com- 
mittee (2, 3) ; Plowboy Prom Committee 
(2,3); Agriculture Club; Dairy Produc- 
tion Club 



Robert Ernest Biester Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Illuminating Engineering 
Society 



Barbara Ann Bieszczat Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
University Theatre Crew (4) ; W.A.A. (3, 
4) 
Honors Day (1,2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



William Bingham Vrbana 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Phi Gamma Delta 

House President (4); First Lieutenant, 

Army ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau ; Marketing 

Club 



Edward John Bingley Chicago 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Kappa Sigma 
I.U.S.A. Barbershoppers (2, 3) ; Univer- 
sity Baptist Foundation Student Council 
(2) ; First Lieutenant, Army ROTC 



Wayne Binklky Oregon 

Division of Special Services 
Accountancy 
Delta Chi 
Star Course (1); Accountancy Club 



Thomas Walter Birdzell. . . .York, Pa. 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Sigma Chi 
Gettysburg College 



Robert John Birkhaug Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Rogers House 
Alpha Phi Omega; Accountancy Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Daniel Otto Birkle Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Marketing Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



David Leon Birkner Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Phi Sigma Delta 
Ulini Union Committee (2, 3) ; Junior In- 
terfraternity Council (2) 
Honors Day (2) 

University of Pennsylvania 










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John Edward Birxy Hopedale 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Acacia 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (1,2); Interfraternity 
Council (3) ; Freshman Varsity Baseball 
Squad; Major, Air Force ROTC; Arnold 
Air Society; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Society for 
the Advancement of Management 



Edward Joseph Biskup Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 
Honors Day (3) 

Wright Junior College, Northwestern 
University, Eastern New Mexico University 



Anita Louise Bitkower Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English Literature 
Delta Phi Epsilon 
The Illio (1,2); Ulini Union Committee 
(1,2); Panhellenic-W.G.S. Coordinating 
Committee; Panhellenic Ball Committee 
(1) 



Bernard Blaauw Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Lundgren House 
Omega Beta Pi 

Navy Pier Activities: Student Congress 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Lee Blakeman Springfield 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Accountancy Club; Rho 
Epsilon 




Floyd Blackmore Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Znnlogy 
Noble House 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Glenn Myers Blair, Jr Vrbana 

Commerce 
Commerce and Laxu 
Beta Theta Pi 
Varsity Tennis Squad (2); Freshman 
Varsity Tennis Squad (1) ; Junior Bar 
Association 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Jack Jarrell Bland Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Delta Tau Delta 
Sigma Tau; Sigma Gamma Tau; Midship- 
man, NROTC; I.A.S. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Richard Edward Blechsciimidt 

Park Forest 
Commerce 
Banking and Finance 
Parade Ground Units 
Beta Gamma Sigma ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Sig- 
ma Iota Epsilon; House President (1,2); 
Captain, Army ROTC; Infantry Club; Ac- 
countancy Club; Finance Club; President 
of Parade Ground Resident's Club (4) 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

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Daniel. Kilbert Blkck Waukegan 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Theta Xi 
Gargoyle; House President (4) 



Mvka Anne Bi.oxo.u Elmhurst 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 

Sigma Kappa 
Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Major Chairman Public Relations Illini 
Union Committee (4) ; House President 
(4) ; Concert Band (3) ; University Orches- 
tra (2, 3) 
Honors Day (3) 

De Pauw University 



Barbara Alavne Bluegis Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 

Sigma Kappa 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (3) ; University Theatre Crew (4) ; 
Y.W.CA. Committee (2); House Presi- 
dent (4); Women's Glee Club (1); Pan- 
hellenic Ball Committee (2) ; Gamma 
Delta; German Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Northwestern University 

Allan Bennett Bluestone Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Flagg House 
Tomahawk ; Alpha Phi Omega ; Major, 
Army ROTC; Pershing Rifles, President 
(4); Marketing Club; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 



Uldis Blukis Urbaiia 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon ; 
University Chorus (2,3) 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Charles Melvin Blye Peoria 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Architecture 
A.I. A. 

Bradley University 



Ray John Bookman Chicago 

Commerce 

Sales and Advertising 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Interfraternity Council (2, 3) ; Freshman 

Week Committee (2) ; Interfraternity Ball 

Committee (2) ; Marketing Club 



Ronald William Bocksruker. . .Berwyn 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Armstrong Arms 
Sigma Tau; A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E.; German 
Club; Illini Sportsman's Club; Physics 
Society 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Peter Carlyle Bodett Elmhurst 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E.; Flying Club; S.A.E. 

Saint Lawrence University; Illinois In- 
stitute of Technology 




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Joseph Charles Bojanowski Argo 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Phi TCta Sigma; Illini Forensic Association 
Honors Day (2, 3) 




Charles Morton Boldon Peoria 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Gargoyle; Phi Eta Sigma; Scarab; First 
Sergeant, Army ROTC 
Bradley University 



Patricia Campbell Bolick . . . Champaign 

Agriculture 
Some Economics 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Monmouth College; Purdue University 



Walter Clevk Bond Ridgway 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; Marketing Club 






Charles Joseph Bonnis Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Newman Hall 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Alpha Rho 
Tau 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Alexander William Booras . . . .Chicago- 
Journalism 
Radio and Television 
The Daily Illini (3) ; University Theatre 
Crew (3); Lutheran Foundation Student 
Council (2, 3, 4) ; Military Ball Committee 
(3); Colonel, Air Force ROTC; Air Force 
Council; Armed Forces Council; Arnold 
Air Society ; Military Council ; Illini Sports- 
man's Club 
Honors Day (3) 

University of Texas 

Martha Louise Boren Wheaton 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Ruste Amies 
Home Economics Club; Marketing Club 



Dorothy Bokison Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Orchesis (4) 



Warren Conrad Born Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in German 

Flagg House 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Phi 
Alpha; German Club 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



James Arthur Borrk Wilmette 

Commerce 
Management 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Edward Bortz Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Intramural Manager (4) ; I. U.S. A. Barber- 
shoppers (2, 3, 4) ; Physical Education 
Majors Club 

Herzl Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



JANICE Holly Boss . . Long Branch, N. J. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Psi Chi 
Honors Day ( 1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Alice Stewart Bostrom Aurora 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Pi Beta Phi 
The Daily Illini (1,2); Illini Union Com- 
mittee (2); Star Course Manager (2) 



Donald Earl Bostrom 

Commerce 
General Marketing 
Sigma Chi 
Varsity Football Squad (2); 
Varsity Football Squad (1); 
Club 



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Freshman 
Marketing 



Nancy Bowen Delphi, Ind. 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 

Gamma Phi Beta 
Shorter Board ; Torch ; Mask and Bauble ; 
Illini Union Committee (1); University 
Theatre Crew (1): Star Course Manager 
(2,3); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); Home 
Economics Club 

Purdue University 

Alice Ann Bower Bloomington 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Star Course (1); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1) 



Jean Alyce Bowles Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Honors Day (1) 

Illinois Institute of Technology, Contra 
Costa Junior College; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



Verne Roger. Bowman Park Ridge 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Advertising Design 

Delta Tau Delta 

Alpha Delta Sigma; Society of Illustrators; 

The Daily Illini (1); The Illio (4); Illini 

Union Committee (3) 








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Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Ohemistry 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Iota Sigma Pi; W. 
A. A. (3); LAS Council (1,2); A.C.S. 
Honors Day (1,2) 



John Kenneth Boyle, Jr. 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Rifle and Pistol Club; 
Synton 

Memphis State College 



John Kelly Boyles Augusta 

Engineering 

Aeronautical Engineering 

Tribe of Illini; Varsity Fencing Squad (3, 

4, 5), Letter (3, 5) ; Illini Sportsman's 

Club 



Allen Ryman Bradley Riverdale 

Commei ce 
Industrial A dministration 
Phi Kappa Tau 
Ma-Wan-Da; Sigma Iota Epsilon; Illini 
Union Board (4) ; Illini Union Council 
(3); University Theatre Crew (2,3); 
House President (4); University Choir 
(2) ; Men's Glee Club (1 ) 
Honors Day (1, 2. 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Shirley Ann Brad.shaw Pontiac 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Speech 
Alpha Omicron Pi 




Beth Elaine Br mi ana. .Bakersfield, Vt. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

French 

Alpha Omicron Pi 

The Daily Illini (2); University Theatre 

Crew (2) 



Barbara Lea Brandt Des Plaines 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
W.A.A. (3,4); Rifle and Pistol Club 
Iowa State College 



Harry Alfred Brandt Evanston 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Tribe of Illini; Varsity Tennis Squad (2, 
3, 4) ; Freshman Varsity Tennis Squad, 
Letter (2,3,4); Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Nadean Louise Br \ner. .Pleasant Plains 
Fine and Applied Aits 
Music Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
University Chorus (2, 3) 

Illinois Wesleyan University 




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Robert Carl Bratschun. . . . Westchester 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Morton Junior College 



Judith Diane Bremer Joliet 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Shorter Board; Y.W.C.A. Committee (4); 
Campus Chest (1); W.G.S. Executive 
Council (3) ; House President (2) 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Dolores June Beence Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Painting 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Society of Illustrators; The Illio (1); Ma- 
jor Chairman Barbershoppers Mini Union 
Committee (3) ; Mini Union Council (2, 
3); Mini Union Committee (1,2,3); W. 
A. A. (2) ; Panhellenic Executive Council 
(3); Terrapin (1); Panhellenic Ball Com- 
mittee (2) 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

David Roy Breuer Sheridan 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Alpha Chi Rho 
Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Orchesis (1, 
2); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Robert Wilbur Briggs Emden 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Alpha Tau Alpha; Agriculture Club; Field 
and Furrow 

Illinois State Normal University 



Betty Ann Briney Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Delta Zeta 
Shi-Ai; Kappa Delta Pi; Mini Union Com- 
mittee (1,2); University Theatre Crew 
(3); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1) 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



William Scott Brinker Evanston 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Hoof and Horn Club 



Jerome Bellamy Brillhart 

Arkansas City, Kan. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Music 
Frazier and Helms Dormitory 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; University Orches- 
tra (3, 4) 

University of Oklahoma 



Robert Charles Brittain Chicago 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 

Zeta Psi 
A. I. A., President (2); Rho Epsilon; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management 

Navy Pier Activities: Student Engineer- 
ing Societies Council 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




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Roger Keith Bretthauer Yorkville 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Chez Nous 
Blackburn College 



Edith Louise Bkockman Joliet 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Alpha Chron ; Sigma Alpha Iota; The Illio 
(1,2); University Theatre Crew (1,2,3, 
4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (4); Concert 
Band (1,2,3,4); University Sinfonietta 
(2); University Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Fine and Applied Arts Council (2, 3, 4) 



John James Brodbeck Marseilles 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi ; Second Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Society of American Military En- 
gineers; A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Martin Burt Bkody Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Tau Delta Phi 
Mini Union Committee (1) ; Interfrater- 
nity Council (2, 3, 4) ; Accountancy Club 



Edward Michael Broecker . . Oak Lawn 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Psychology 

Newman Hall 

Alpha Phi Omega; Second Lieutenant, 

Army ROTC 

Wilson Junior College ; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



James Upton Bronson, Jr. Blue Island 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Phi Delta Theta 
Pi Tau Sigma; Varsity Football Squad (2, 
3 ) ; Freshman "Varsity Football Squad ; 
Captain, Army ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau; 
A.F.S.; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (2) 



Donald Brooks Chicago 

Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
Chi Phi 
Skull and Crescent; Interfraternity Coun- 
cil (2) 



James Lawrence Brooks. .. .Manhattan 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 



Bruce Myron Brothers Quincy 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Y.M.C.A. Board of 
Directors (3,4); Tribe of Mini; Varsity 
Basketball Squad (3), Letter (3); Fresh- 
man Varsity Basketball Squad ; Athletic 
Council; Physical Education Majors Club 



LoRETTA ANN BROCK Harrington 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
W.A.A. (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Paul Raymond Broward Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.F.S.: S.A.E. 

Northwestern University ; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of tlie University of Illinois 



Douglas Glen Brown Hillside 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Psi Upsilon 
The Daily Illini (2); Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 
(3); Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); Second 
Lieutenant. Army ROTC ; Alpha Rho Tau; 
Marketing Club 
Wabash College 



Gerald Allen Brown Springfield 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Springfield Junior College 



Marcia Kathleen Brown . . . . Charleston 

Agriculture 

Home Economies 

Alpha Omicron Pi 

Y.W.C.A. Committee (3,4); Committee on 

Student Affairs (3); All-Ag Field Day 

Committee (4); Home Economics Club; 

Marketing Club 

DePauw University 



Marcus Lafayette Brown, Jr.. .Enfield 

Veterinary Medicine 

Veterinary Medicine 
American Veterinary Medical Association ; 
Student Veterinary Medical Association 



Nancy Jean Brown Paris 

Agriculture 
General Home Economics 
McKinley Hall 
Alpha Chron ; Omicron Nu; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; All-Ag Field Day Committee (2); 
Plowboy Prom Committee (2) ; Home Ec- 
onomics Club 

Honors Day (1,2.3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Paul Dean Brown Vrbana 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Chi Rho 
Illini Union Committee (1) 
Honors Day (3) 



William Joseph Brown Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Parade Ground Units 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
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James Edward Brub\ker Mou-eaqua 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Phi Kappa Tau 
A.F.S .; A.S.M.E. 



John Antrim Brue Pontine 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau 
Sigma; Campus Chest Allocations and Ad- 
visory Board (2); Major, Army ROTC; 
Military Council; A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E. 



Jeanne Marion Brunkow Vrbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Pi Beta Phi 
Mortar Board ; Torch ; Shi-Ai ; Illini Union 
Committee (1,2); Star Course Manager 
(1,2,3), Senior Manager (4); Student 
Senate (1,2); Freshman Council; Concert 
and Entertainment Board (4) 



Lynn Grace Bryant Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Evans Hall 
Mortar Board; Torch; Alpha Chron, Presi- 
dent (2); Illini Union Board (4); W.G.S. 
Executive Council (2, 3, 4) ; Student Sen- 
ate (3); Coordination Committee (3) 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



William Corliss Bryaut, Jn.. . .Sterling 

Commerce 

Mai keting 

Clark House 

Marketing Club; Student Junior Chamber 

of Commerce 

Galesburg Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Martin Bryden, Jr Springfield 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Delta Phi 
Alpha Kappa Psi; Basketball Manager (2); 
Track Manager (3); Gymnastics Manager 
(1); Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; 
Phi Chi Eta ; Society for the Advancement 
of Management 
Honors Day (1) 



John Joseph BuBon Summit. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Phi Eta Sigma; First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Infantry Club; Illini Forensic 
Association; Rille and Pistol Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Bob Orland Buckles, Jr Decatur 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Sigma Pi 
Captain, Air Force ROTC 



John Joseph Buehler Oak Lawn 

Engineering 

Civil Engineering 

Newman Hall 
Society of American Military Engineers; 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




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Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Scarab; A. I. A. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



James Taylor Bugbee, Jr. 

Tarrytown, N, P. 
Division of Special Services 
Architecture 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Rifle and 
Pistol Club 



Raymond James Bulinski Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
A. I. A. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Charlotte Frances Bunn Vrbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Delta Gamma 
Torch; Mini Union Committee (1,2,3); 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); Young Republi- 
cans Club 



James Richard Burdett Lombard 

Commerce 

Economics 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2) ; Football March- 
ing Band (2, 3, 4) ; First Regimental Band 
(2,3,4); Second Regimental Band (1); 
University Chorus (1); Christian Science 
Organization 



James Harvey Burg Barrington 

Commerce 
Economics 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Captain, Army ROTC ; Scabbard and 
Blade; Zeta Sigma Alpha 
Drake University 



Glen Otto Burger, Jr. .. Elmwood Park 

Engineering 

Metallurgical Engineering 

Parade Ground Units 

House President (2) ; Junior Men's Glee 

Club (3) 



William Ernest Burger Ricerdale 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.S.C.E. 



Bruce Everett Burgess Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi ; Eta Kappa Nu ; Illuminating 
Engineering Society 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Northwestern University ; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



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Stephen John Burimaukas. -Amsterdam 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Ronald Arthur Burke Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Noble Hall 
Engineering Cotmcil (4); A.S.C.E.; Navy 
Pier Alumni Association 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Irene Gertrude Burns. -Chicago Heights 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Nursing 
Wilson Junior College ; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Bernard Lawrence Burnstixe. .Chicago 
Commerce 
Banking and Finance 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
Finance Club; Mini Insurance Society; 
Marketing Club ; Rho Epsilon 
Honors Day (1) 



Elizabeth Anne Burrell Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
W.A.A. (3,4) 

Navy Pier Activities : University Choir 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



James Edward Butler Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Mini Union Committee ; Navy Pier Alumni 
Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Marjorie Jean Byron. .. -East St. Louis 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
T-Dorms 
Blackburn College 



Edward Raymond Caba Bensenville 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. 



Diane Darlene Calder Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Illini Union Committee (3,4); University 
Theatre Crew (3); Y.W.C.A. Committee 
(3); Panhellenic-W.G.S. Coordinating 
Committee (3) 

Lake Forest College 



Ruth Sarah Caldwell Cissna Park 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Price Club 
House President (4) ; U. of I. Student 
Chapter American Recreational Society 
De Pauw University 



Barbara Ann Calvert Decatur 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Painting 
Delta Delta Delta 
Society of Illustrators; Terrapin (1,2,3) 
Honors Day (2) 



Marolyn Lorraine Camden Dewey 

Education 
Elementary Education 



Donald Bruce Campbell liochelle 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Gael Mary Campbell Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Busey Hall 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Arthur Campbell Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 

Newman Llall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Navy Pier Activities: Student Engineer- 
ing Societies Council 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Kenneth Ray Campbell. .. .Mt. 
Commerce 
General Marketing 
Marketing Club 

Belleville Junior College 



Vernon 



Malcolm Hampton Campbell. .Yandalia 
Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Illi-Dell 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Scab- 
bard and Blade ; Agriculture Club ; Poultry 
Science Club 



Mary- Catherine Campbell. .Mt. Sterling 
Journalism 
Editorial 
McKinley Hall 
Mortar Board ; Alpha Chron ; Alpha Lamb- 
da Delta; Theta Sigma Phi; Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1,2,3); Campus Chest (3); 
W.G.S. Executive Council (3); House 
President. (4) 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 








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Agriculture 

Vocational Agriculture 

Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Education 

Club; Agriculture Club; Dairy Production 

Club; Field and Furrow 

Southern Illinois University 



Eugene David Canfield Lombard 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John LeRoy' Canoe East St. Loui 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Medea Lodge 
A.S.C.E. 

Southern Illinois University 



Joseph Leonard Cannella Melrose Park 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Newman Hall 

M.I. A. Executive Council (3, 4) ; Rifle and 

Pistol Club; S.A.E. 



Lillie Canterbury Contrail 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Social Studies 
McKinley Hall 
University Theatre Crew (4); W.A.A. (3, 
4); Panhellenic-W.G.S. Coordinating Com- 
mittee; Agricultural Economics Club; Home 
Economics Club; Young Republicans Club 
MacMurray College 



Silvio Capponi Varna 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Economics 
Sons Home 
Western Illinois State College 



Jack Cappozzo, Jr Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Parade Ground Units 
A. LA. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Bruce Irving Carlson Elmhurst 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Marketing Club, President (4) 
Elmhurst College 

Earl Carlson II Chicago 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Mini Union Committee (2, 3) ; Y.M.C.A. 
Cabinet (3) ; Y.M.C.A. Committee (2, 3) ; 
Basketball Manager (2) ; University Chorus 
(1,2); I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (4); 
Captain, Army ROTC; Scabbard and 
Blade; Society of American Military En- 
gineers ; M.I.S. 

Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Basketball 
Squad (1) 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

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Education 
Speech Education 
Ruste Armes 
Zeta Phi Eta; Mini Union Committee (2) ; 
University Theatre Cast (3, 4) ; University 
Theatre Crew (2, 3, 4) 
Augustana College 



Richard Keith Carlson Evanston 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Interfraternity Council (2, 3) 
Pomona College 



Suzanne Jane Carlson Moline 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Delta Gamma 
University Theatre Crew (2, 3) 
Honors Day (2) 
Augustana College 



Carol Jean Carmean Clinton 

Commerce 

Education 
Presby Hall 
W.A.A. (1,2,3); House President (4); 
Business Education Club 



Robert Lee Carpenter Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Scarab; A. LA. 

Wright Junior College 



Nathan Angelo C arras. . Hammond, Ind. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Alpha Rho Chi 
House President (4) ; Fine and Applied 
Arts Council (2) ; A. LA. 
Honors Day (4) 

Purdue Technical Institute; Chicago 
Technical College 



Robert Laurence Carsello Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Fournier Institute of Technology 



Howard Neil Carson Urbana 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music Education 

Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; Football Marching 

Band (2,3); First Regimental Band (2, 

3); Second Regimental Band (1) 



John Mackay Carson Clarence 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Farm House 
Illini Union Committee (1,2,3); Intra- 
mural Manager (1) ; AU-Ag Field Day 
Committee (1); Plowboy Prom Committee 
(2); Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn 
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Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Pi Kappa Lambda; Alpha Lambda Delta: 
Sigma Alpha Iota; University Choir (1,2, 
3, 4) ; Women's Glee Club (1, 2) ; Oratorio 
Society (2) 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Allen Burton Carter Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
Illini Union Committee (1,2); Marketing 
Club 



Helen Louise Carter Springfield 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Stratford 
W.A.A. (3); House President (4); Baptist 
Student Foundation (2, 4) 



Dolores Axx Cass Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3) ; University 
Theatre Crew (2, 3) ; Campus Chest (2, 
3) ; W.A.A. (3, 4) ; Home Economics Club; 
Rifle and Pistol Club 
Purdue University 



Emanuel Nicholas Catsoules 

Youngstown, Ohio 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Illini Sportsman's Club, President (4) ; 
Spanish Club 



Martin Louis C.vwley Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Engineering Council (4) ; A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Sylvia VLee Cayten Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Phi Mu 
The Daily Illini (2, 3) ; W.A.A. (2) ; Home 
Economics Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Merel Cazel Roselle 

Commerce 
Management 
Delta Chi 
The Illio (1) ; Military Ball Committee (3) ; 
Captain, Army ROTC ; Infantry Club; 
Pershing Rifles; Marketing Club; Society 
for the Advancement of Management 



James George Chamberlin. . .Mundelein 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Blackburn College 



Dorine Louise Chancellor Sheldon 

Commerce 
Commercial Teaching 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Phi Chi Theta, President (4) ; Illinois 
Disciples Foundation Student Council 
Honors Day (1) 



Gus Chandler Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
Phi Epsilon Kappa; Varsity Football Squad 
(3) ; Freshman Varsity Football Squad 
(2), Letter (2) ; Orchesis (4) ; Illini Union 
Committee (4) 

Lake Forest College 



Rita Carol Chanen Qumcy 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Phi Kappa Phi ; Omicron Nu ; Alpha 
Lambda Delta ; University Theatre Crew 
(1); Star Course Manager (2); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee ( 1 ) 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Philip Earl Chappel Rockford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Sigma Chi 
Rifle and Pistol Club; Spanish Club; Young 
Republicans Club 

Kansas State College 



Ted Robert Charanian Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.C.E.; A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Stanton Mel Charney Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Zeta Beta Tau 
Omega Beta Pi ; Illini Union Committee 
(2); Campus Chest (2); Tribe of Illini 
(4) ; Intramural Manager (3, 4) ; Hillel 
Foundation Student Council (3, 4) ; Ath- 
letic Council (4); IM Rec Board (3,4) 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Charles Amos Chase Hillsboro 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemistry 

Barton House 

Omega Beta Pi; House President (4); 

First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Scabbard 

and Blade 



John William Chatfield. . . .Collinsville 
Commerce 
Economics 
Belleville Junior College 



Bruce Stanley Chelberg Chicago 

Commerce 
Commerce and Law 
Noble House 
Junior Bar Association; Young Republi- 
cans Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




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Division of Special Services 
Marketing 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202, Presi- 
dent (4) ; Illini Insurance Society; Market- 
ing Club ; Rho Epsilon 

Northwestern University; University of 
Wisconsin 



Donald Ray Chick Metropolis 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Disciples Foundation Student Council (2) ; 

First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; A.I.E.E.- 

I.R.E. 



Thomas English Chilcott Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Kappa Tau 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2, 3) ; Inter- 
fraternity Council (2) ; Accountancy Club 
(2, 4) ; Rifle and Pistol Club 



Don Edward Childress. . . . Laivrenceville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemical Engineering 

Full House 

Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Lambda 

Upsilon ; House President (4); Lieutenant 

Colonel, Army ROTC ; Military Council ; 

A.I.Ch.E. 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Chi-Tong Chin Taipei, Formosa 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E.; Chinese Students Club; Rifle 
and Pistol Club 

St. Anselm's College 



Kent Ronald Christensen . . . LaGrange 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Kappa Delta Rho 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Richard Louis Christopher 

Chicago Heights 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Theta Xi 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; Marketing 
Club ; Student Junior Chamber of Com- 
merce 



David Tit Sheung Chun 

Honolulu, Hawaii 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Alpha Rho Chi 
Captain, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air So- 
ciety; A. I. A. 

University of Hawaii 

Virginia Pearl Churchill Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Evans Hall 
Phi Kappa Phi ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; Beta 
Alpha Psi; W.G.S. Executive Council (3, 
4), President (4); Panhellenic-W.G.S. Co- 
ordinating Committee (3, 4)"; Student Se- 
nate (4) ; Committee on Student Affairs 
(4) ; Commerce Council (3, 4) ; Sno-Ball 
Committee (2,3), Chairman (3); Accoun- 
tancy Club; French Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Wright Junior College 





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Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Herbert Hebsh Cibul Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Barton House 
Phi Eta Sigma; Omega Beta Pi; University 
Chorus (4) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Anthony David Ciccanti 

Conshohocken, Pa. 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 





William Davis Cinnamon Toulon 

Agriculture 
Teacher Training In Agriculture 
Esquire Club 
Alpha Tan Alpha; Agricultural Economics 
Club; Agricultural Education Club; Agri- 
culture Club; Horticulture Club 



Paul Vincent Ciotola Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Flagg House 



Herman Walter Cisek Bell wood 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Lundgren House 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; A. LA. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



James Milton Clapper Sudor us 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Interfraternity Council (3) ; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (2) ; First Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau ; Agriculture 
Club: Hoof and Horn Club; Mini Sports- 
man's Club; Rifle and Pistol Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Robert Willis Clark Ottawa 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Sons Home 
Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Tau 
Alpha; House President (3); University 
Chorus (1,2); I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers 
(3) ; Plowboy Prom Committee (2) ; Agri- 
cultural Education Club; Agriculture Club; 
Hoof and Horn (In I 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Virginie Ann Clark Hillsboro 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Delta Gamma 
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Richard Lewis Clarke Waukegan 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Calhoun Hall 
Newman Foundation Student Council (2) ; 
Marketing Club ; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Northwestern University 



Karen Joyce Clausen. .. Willow Springs 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in. English 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Women's Glee Club (1,2) 



Orvel William Clausen Decatur 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Engineering Council (3) ; A.S.M.E., Presi- 
dent (4) 



John Anthony Cleary Chicago 

Journalism 

Advertising 

Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily Mini (3) 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Mini 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Charmian Elizabeth Clem. . .Oak Park 
Commerce 
Commercial Teaching 
Evans Hall 
Shorter Board; Alpha Chron ; Mini LTnion 
Board (3); University Theatre Crew (1); 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); W.G.S. Execu- 
tive Council (3, 4) 



Paul Wesley Clevenger Riverside 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Chi Phi 
Skull and Crescent 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



Kermit Leon Clifton Westville 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Club Esquire 
Agriculture Council ; Agriculture Econom- 
ics Club; Field and Furrow 



Barbara Fae Cochran Hamilton 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Presby Hall 
Kappa Delta Pi; Y.W.C.A. Committee (2, 
3) 

Honors Day (3) 
Monmouth College 



Carole Ann Cockerill Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Teacher Training in English 

Alpha Gamma Delta 

Shi-Ai; Mini Union Committee (1,2,3); 

University Theatre Crew (1); Star Course 

Manager (2) 



Theodere Jay Coffman Galesburg 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Phi Delta Theta 
Gymnastics Manager (1,2); Flying Club; 
Illini Sportsman's Club 



Adriexxe Cohen Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Allen Stuart Cohen... 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Pi Lambda Phi 

Marketing Club 



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Philip Roger Cohen Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Flagg House 
A.I.A. ; Flying Club; Praetorians 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Rita Cohen Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Busey Hall 
Sigma Delta Pi; Orchesis (1,2); Spanish 
Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Sandra Lea Cole Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Rhetoric 
Alpha Xi Delta 
University Chorus (3, 4) 
Coe College 



Larry Dean Collom Georgetown 

Agriculture 
Teacher Training in Agriculture 
Tara Hall 
Alpha Tau Alpha; The Daily Illini (3); 
Freshman Week Committee (2, 3) ; First 
Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Agricultural Edu- 
cation Club 



Adolph John Colombo Rockford 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Hunter Club 
Illinois Society of General Engineering 



George Thomas Condo... EasJ St. Louis 
Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Tau Beta Pi; Pi Mu Epsilon; Second Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 















Warren James Conner Rockford 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Pi Tau Sigma; Illinois Tech- 
nograph (2) ; Captain, Army ROTC; Scab- 
bard and Blade; A.F.S. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



Barbara Jean Connor Areola 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Women's Glee Club 
Honors Day (2) 



Daniel Edward Conrad Oak Forest 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry and Pre-Medicine 
Lundgren House 
German Club 

Thornton Junior College ; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Paul Anthony' Contos Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Illinois Institute of Technology 



John Graham Cook 

South Charleston, TT. Ta. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Illini Union Committee (3) 
Oberlin College 



Joseph Lee Cooper Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Philosophy 
Cosmopolitan 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (4) ; Navy Pier Alum- 
ni Association ; Philosophy Discussion Club 
Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini 
University of Kansas ; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Charles Arthur Corn Chicago 

Commerce 
Banking and Finance 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Illini Union Committee (1); Finance Club 



Norman Fredric Cornelius Melvin 

Veterinary Medicine 

Teterinary Medicine 
American Veterinary Medical Association ; 
Student Veterinary Medical Association 
Honors Day (3) 



Sar4H Ann Corrigan Rockford 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Lincoln Avenue Residence • 
University Theatre Cast (1,2); University 
Theatre Crew (1,2); W.A.A. (1,2,3,4); 
U. of I. Student Chapter American Recre- 
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Education 
Elementary Education 
Leeman Lodge 
Kappa Delta Pi; The Daily Illini (2); 
Illini Union Committee (3) 
Honors Day (3) 
Beloit College 



John Joseph Costei.lo Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Wright Junior College 



Robert Newton Cotton Mendota 

Division of Special Services 
Marketing and Management 
Marketing Club ; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

LaSalle-Peru-Ogleshy Junior College 



Sheila Mary Courtee. .Washington, D.C. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English Literature 
T-Dorms 
Y.W.CA. Committee (1) 



Loy Stephen Covey Poplar Grove 

Commerce 

Retailing 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; University Theatre 
Cast (2); Campus Chest (1); First Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC ; Phalanx 



Donna May Cowan Orland Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Illini Union Committee (2, 4) ; Campus 
Chest (1); W.A.A. (1,2,3); University 
Chorus (1); Women's Glee Club (1) 
Lake Forest College 



Richard Lee Cowart. . . .Downers Grove 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music Education 

Acacia 

Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; Concert Band (3, 

4); Football Marching Band (1,2,3,4); 

First Regimental Band (1,2); Men's Glee 

Club (2, 3, 4), President (4) ; Major, Army 

ROTC; German Club 



Kenneth William Cox Louisville 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Sigma Pi 
Marketing Club 

Eastern Illinois State College 















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Coryl Eugene Crandall Chicago- 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (3,4), 
Copy Editor (4) 

Wright Junior College 



James Edward Crawford Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science and Law 

Flagg House 
House President (1) ; University Chorus 
(1,2,3,4); German Club; Junior Bar 
Association ; Navy Pier Alumni Association 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Doris Maureen Crist Rockbridge 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Stratford House 
Omicron Nu, President (4) ; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Phi Upsilon Omicron; House Presi- 
dent (4) ; University Baptist Foundation 
Student Council (2, 4) ; Home Economics 
Council (4) ; Home Economics Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Larry Lee Cross Peoria 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Theta Xi 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2) ; Star Course 
Manager (2) ; Major I (4) ; Tribe of Illini; 
Senior Gymnastics Manager (4) ; Junior 
Gymnastics Manager (3); Athletic Council 
(4) 

John Edwin Crowe Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Varsity Wrestling Squad (2), Letter (2); 
A.I.E.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Richard Earl Crowe Gibson City 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 



Wendel Brooks Crum Lincoln 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 



Dennis Frank Cudia Rock ford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Rockford College 



Alfonso Cuevas. .Bogota, Colombia, S.A.. 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

University of the Andes 



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Jon Roderick Culbertson .... Wilmette 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Zoology 

Delta Tau Delta 

Omega Beta Pi; Tribe of Illini; Varsity 

Gymnastics Squad (2,3,4), Letter (2,3, 

4) ; Freshman Varsity Gymnastics Squad 



Robert McKinstry Culbertson, Jr. 

Delavan 
Law 
Law 
Sigma Chi 
Phi Delta Phi; Illini Union Committee (2, 
3) ; Junior Bar Association 
Honors Day (2, 3, 4) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key; Bronze Tablet 
Illinois Wesleyan University 

Richard Roy Cullom Homewood 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Barton House 



Jon Willis Culton Canton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 



Paul Eugene Curtis Champaign 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Farm House 
Sachem ; Mask and Bauble ; The Daily 
Illini (2); Illini Union Committee (1,2); 
University Theatre Manager (3); Univer- 
sity Theatre Crew (1,2); Military Ball 
Committee (2) ; Plowboy Prom Committee 
(1); Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow; 
Hoof and Horn Club 



Richard Alexander Curyi.o. . . .Chicago 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Delta Sigma Pi 

Intramural Manager (3) ; Accountancy 

Club; Marketing Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Ross Andrew Dahlberg I. ((using 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Parade Ground Units 
Society of General Engineers 



Lyle Marion Dahlenburg II. . .Urbana 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Delta Theta 
Star Course Manager (1,2); Board of 
Fraternity Affairs (4) ; Interfraternity 
Council — Executive Council (2, 3, 4) ; Ma- 
jor, Army ROTC ; Alpha Rho Tau. Presi- 
dent (4); Military Council; Accountancy 
Club; Illini Sportsman's Club 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Bruno Valentino Dal Corobbo 

Morton Grove 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Evans Scholars 
Chi Gamma Iota; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu ; Pi Mu Epsilon ; 
House President (4) ; Colonel. Army RO- 
TC; Armed Forces Council; Military Coun- 
cil; Pershing Rifles; Scabbard and Blade; 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 













Carl Ronald Dale Vandalia 

Division of Special Services 
Architecture 
Alpine Lodge 
House President (4); A. I. A.; Illini Cam- 
pus Amvets Post No. 202 
Honors Day (3) 
Blackburn College 



Robert Francis Daly Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineeri ng 
Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu ; Pi Mu Epsi- 
lon; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



James Edward Dammann. . .Wood Ricer 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Speech 



Beta Theta Pi 
Phi Eta Sigma ; 
(2) ; Tribe of 
Squad (2,3,4), 



University Theatre Cast 
Illini ; Varsity Fencing 
Letter (2,3,4); Fresh- 
man Varsity Fencing Squad ; Scimitar 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 




James Louis Dandurand 

Chicago Heights 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Alpha Kappa Psi, President (4) ; Illini 
Union Committee (3); Interfraternity 
Council (2, 3) ; Military Ball Committee 
(3); First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Scab- 
bard and Blade 

Joseph Em mo Danes Cicero 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

Noble House 
Pi Tau Sigma; Major, Army ROTC; So- 
ciety of American Military Engineers; A.S. 
M.E. 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John William Daniels Freeport 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; Chi Gamma Iota 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



William LeRoy Dankert 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
A rchitectural Engineering 
Triangle 
Varsity Tennis Squad (1, 2), Letter (1, 2) ; 
A.I. A. 



William Manly Darlington. ... Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202 ; Mar- 
keting Club; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- 
tion ; Rifle and Pistol Club ; Society for the 
Advancement of Management 

Valparaiso University; U.S. Naval Aca- 
demy ; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 



Millard Darnall Minier 

Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
Delta Phi 
Interfraternity Council (3) ; House Presi- 
dent (3); Illinois Technograph (1,2,3, 
4) ; A.S.A.E. 




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Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Busey Hall 
Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi 
Mn Epsilon 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Karl Michael Davidson Elgin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
< 'hemistry 
Parade Ground Units 
Omega Beta Pi: Y.M.C.A. Committee (3, 
4) ; Pershing Rifles 
Honors Day (3) 



Marie Lucille Davidson Chicago 

Physical Education 
Recreation 

Price Club 
Illini Union Committee (4) ; W.A.A. (3, 
4) ; House President (3) ; U. of I. Student 
Chapter American Recreational Society ; 
Illini Figure Skating Club; Physical Edu- 
cation Majors Club 

Wright Junior College 



Richard Talbott Davies. .Elmwood Park 
Commerce 
Management 
Chi Gamma Iota; Varsity Golf Squad (3, 
4 ) , Letter ( 3 ) ; Freshman Varsity Golf 
Squad; Society for the Advancement, of 
Management; Spanish Club 



Elaine Davis Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
University of California at Los Angeles 



Groo.mer Bert Davis Reynolds 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Social Studies 
University Chorus (2) ; Military Ball Com- 
mittee (2) ; Uli-Knights 



Ellen Jane Davis Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Busey Hall 
W.A.A. (3,4); Physical Education Majors 
Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Bradley Davis Oswego, N. 7. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Social Studies 
Howell House 
House President (4) ; Teaehers-in-Training 
Club 



Mary Louise Davis Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Beta House 
University Chorus (4) ; Illini Christian 
Fellowship (4) 

Navy Pier Activities : Pier Illini 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Chicago Teachers College 















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Patricia Mary Davis Lincoln 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Home Economics 
Palamar 

Lincoln College 



Paul Henric Davis Chicago 

Engineering 
Ind ust rial Engineering 
Kappa Alpha Psi 
Illinois Technograph ; Pershing Rifles; A. 
F.S. ; A.S.M.E. 



Norman Hubert Davison, Jr.. . .Ramsey 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

University of Hawaii 



Marilyn Spitzer Dawkins Clinton 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Stratford House 
W.A.A. (2); All-Ag Field Day Committee 
(4) ; Home Economics Club 
Honors Day (3) 



Harriett Eileen Dawson. .Newark, N.J. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Teacher Training in English 

Alpha Kappa Alpha 

University Theatre Crew (2, 3, 4) ; Campus 

Chest (3); W.A.A. (1,2,3,4); House 

President (4) ; English Journal Club 



Leroy Lendon Dawson, Jr. 

Barre, Mass. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
The Daily Illini (1); Basketball Manager 
(1,2); Senior Announcements Committee 
(4); Senior Ball Committee (4); Petty 
Officer First Class, NROTC; Young Re- 
publicans Club 

James Olin Day Bement 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Farm House 
University Chorus (2) ; Agricultural Edu- 
cation Chib; Field and Furrow; Hoof and 
Horn Club 



Richard Albert Day Peoria 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Sigma Phi Delta 
Sigma Tau ; Pi Tau Sigma ; Interfraternity 
Council (4) ; University Baptist Student 
Council (1, 3) ; Engineering Council (3, 
4) ; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 
Honors Day (1) 



Leslie Everett Deatherage 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Sigma Delta Chi 



Granite City 



Donald Eugene DeBolt Sadorus 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Interfraternity Council (2) ; Baseball Man- 
ager (2, 3) ; Major, Air Force ROTC; Ar- 
nold Air Society (3,4); Agriculture Club; 
Hoof and Horn Club 



Charles Barton DCamp Peoria 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia 
Bradley University 



Richard Edwin DeCamp Evanston 

Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
Acacia 
Cornell University 








John Clarence DeFries Onarga 

Agriculture 

Dairy Production 

Club Esquire 

House President (4) ; University Chorus 

(2) ; Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4) ; Dairy 

Production Club 



Philip Victor Del Mastro . . . Elmhurst 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



George Edward Delong 

River Edge, N. J. 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Delta Chi 
Illini Union Committee (1,2); Y.M.C.A. 
Committee (1,2); Intramural Manager (1, 
2) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Bruce Shale DeMar Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Marketing 
Club; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement 



Donald Richard Demski Chicago 

Commerce 
Finance 
Granada Club 
Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Sec- 
ond Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Alpha Rho 
Tau; Phalanx; Marketing Club 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Kenneth Harold Denberg Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Illini Union Committee (2) 













Donald Dale Denby Girard 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Alpha Zeta, President (4) ; Illini Union 
Committee (3) ; Agricultural Council (3, 
4); All-Ag Field Day Committee (3); 
Plowboy Prom Committee (2, 3) ; Captain, 
Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air Society; Ag- 
riculture Club ; Hoof and Horn Club ; Lit- 
tle International Horse Show, Chairman (4) 



Marvin Dennen Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Club 311 
Accountancy Club; Praetorians 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John David Dennis Evanston 

Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
Phi Kappa Psi 
A.S.M.E. 

University of Toledo; Syracuse Univer- 
sity 



Daniel Van De Simone Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa 
Nu; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E., President (4) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Donald Victor Detloff Elgin 

Fine and Applied Arts 
A rchitecture 
Scarab; Men's Glee Club (1); A.I.A. 




Joseph William Devero Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
DePaul University ; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Donna Joanne Dice .... Waynesboro, Fa. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Alpha Phi 
Zeta Phi Eta, President (4) ; The Daily 
Illini (1,2); Illini Union Committee (2, 
3); University Theatre Crew (1); Y.W. 
C.A. Committee (1); Campus Chest (1); 
W.A.A. (2, 3, 4) 
Honors Day (1) 



Roy William Diesner Glen Ellyn 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Delta Upsilon 
Sachem; Skull and Crescent; The Ulio (1, 
2,3); Illini Union Committee (1,2,3,4); 
University Theatre Crew (1); Y.M.C.A. 
Committee (1,2); Engineering Council (3, 
4); Chief Petty Officer, NROTC; M.I.S. 



Milton Al Diller Cicero 

Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
Baseball Manager (2); Illini, Campus Am- 
vets Post No. 202 

Navy Pier Activities: A.S.M.E., President 
Ohio State University ; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



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Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; Marketing Club 
Joliet Jvinior College 



Vrro Anthony Dimucci Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Wriglit .Tiinior College 



CutL DombNICK Diprimv Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Physics 

A.I.Ch.E.; Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 
202 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Irving Eugene Distei.horst 

Burlington, la. 
Engineering 
General Engineering 
Burlington Junior College 



Gene Allen Dixon Springfield 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Wesmen 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 



Warren Doank Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Medifine 
German Club 

Honors Day (1.2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarsip Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Lloyd Jay Dolby Elgin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Phi Lambda Upsilon 
Elgin Junior College 



Leslie R vymonu Dolejs Brookfield 

Commerce 
Accountancy and marketing 
Colonial A rm 1 
Illini Christian Fellowship (4) ; Accoun- 
tancy Club; Marketing Club ; Rifle and 
Pistol Club 

Lyons Township Junior College 



Wayne Henry Dolk Galva 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Economics 
Club; Field and Furrow 

Illinois State Normal University 













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Janice Louise Donagher Wilmette 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (1,2); Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1, 2) 



John Robert Donahue Mattoon 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Kappa 
Accountancy Club; Illini Sportsman's Club 



Frank Robert Donato Chicago- 

Commerce 
marketing 

Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202 ; Mar- 
keting Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association 
Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Richard Powell Donoiioe 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Delta Upsilon 
Gargoyle; Phi Eta Sigma; Scarab; Con- 
cert Band (1,2,3); Football Marching 
Band (1,2,3); Fine and Applied Arts. 
Council (3, 4) ; A. LA. 
Honors Day (1, 4) 

WENDELL REUBEN DOOLITTLE III 

( hicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Phi ICappa Tau 
Illini Union Committee (1,2): Interfra- 
ternity Council (2, 3) ; House President 
(4); Intramural Rec Board ( :'. ) ; Market- 
ing Club 



Sheldon Israel Doreneest. . . .Chicago- 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; Marketing Club: Navy 
Pier Alumni Association; Society for the 
Advancement of Management 

Navy Pier Activities: Debate Team 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Michael Healy Dougherty 

Los .1 uncles. Calif. 
Commerce 
marketing 

Alpha Sigma Phi 
Interfraternity Council (3); Marketing 
Club; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 

University of California at Los Angeles 



Paul James Douglas Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
I.A.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois; Illinois Institute of Technology 



Robert Charles Dow Xcnia 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Barton House 
McKinley Foundation Student Council (3, 
4) ; Young Republicans Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Betty Anne Doyle Rod- ford 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Gamma Alpha Chi; The Illio (1,2); Mini 
Union Committee (1); Y.W.C.A. (1) 



George Henry DBESCH Springfield 

Commerce 
Management 
Chi Gamma Iota ; Marketing Club ; Society 
for the Advancement of Management 

Springfield Junior College; University of 
Tennessee 



Henrique Drews Pereira, Colombia, S.A. 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Universidad De Los Andes 



Eugene Henry Drucker Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Clark House 
Omega Beta Pi ; German Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Donald Paul Dubas Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
Interfraternity Council (2); Armed Forces 
Council; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Stanley Dubauskas Cicero 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Richard Charles Dubes Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Daniel LeVon Dudas DuQuoin 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Sachem; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Sigma Gamma Tau; Tribe of Mini; Varsitv 
Baseball Squad (2, 3, 4), Captain (4), Let- 
ter (2, 3, 4) ; Freshman Varsity Baseball 
Squad; I.A.S. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



Richard Frank Dudkiewicz. . . .Chicago 
Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
Glider Club; I.A.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 








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Roger E.m.mett Duffy Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Delta Upsilon 
Sigma Iota Epsilon ; Major, Army ROTC ; 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Richard William Duncan. .LaSallc-Peru 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Mathematics 



Carolyn Marie Dunham Plymouth 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Wescoga 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (1, 2) 



Norman Joel Dunn Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Phi Sigma Delta 
Omega Beta Pi; Sigma Iota Epsilon; 
Dolphins (4) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



Carol Jean Dunnivant Elmhurst 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Kappa Delta Pi ; University Theatre Crew 
(1); House President (4); Panhellenic 
Ball Committee (3) 
Honors Day (3) 



David Allen Dunniway Morton 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Y.M.C.A. Committee 
(1); Interfraternity Council (1, 2); Ac- 
countancy Club ; Dairy Technology Society 
Honors Day (3) 



Alf Duun Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
A.I.A. 



Margaret Frances Dye Springfield 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Busey Hall 
Springfield Junior College 



Thompson Alfred Dyke Princeton 

Fine and Applied Arts 
City Planning 
Sigma Chi 
Scarab ; Fine and Applied Arts Council 
(4) ; Landscape Architecture Society 

University of California; University of 
Colorado 

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John Ellison Dymond Decatur 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre Medicine 
Howell House 
House President (3) 



Adeienne Eames Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Spanish 

Alpha Xi Delta 

Shi-Ai ; Sigma Delta Pi ; University 

Theatre Manager (2) ; University Theatre 

Crew (1); W.A.A. (1); Spanish Club 



Orrin August Eames III Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Phi Gamma Delta 
A.S.M.E. 

Purdue University 



Richard Louis Earlix Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Flagg House 
Varsity Rifle Team (3) ; Commerce Coun- 
cil (3) ; Engineering Council (3) ; Mili- 
tary Ball Committee (2) ; First Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC ; Alpha Rho Tau; Marketing 
Club ; Praetorians ; Rifle and Pistol Club ; 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment, President (3, 4) 



Rossell Albert Earnst East Peoria 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Chez Nous 
House President (3); Ensign, NROTC; 
A.S.C.E. 



Ronald Lester Easley Vermont 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Sigma Tau Gamma 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu 
Epsilon ; House President (3); Lieutenant 
Colonel, Army ROTC ; Armed Forces Coun- 
cil; Military Council; Pershing Rifles; 
Scabbard and Blade ; Physics Society 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Janb Ellen Eaton Downers Grove 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Palamar 
Kappa Delta Pi; Wi.A. (3,4); House 
President (3) 
Honors Day (2) 
Beloit College 



Edwin Hans Eberhardt Berwyn 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Newman Hall 
Sigma Iota Epsilon; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (3) 

Morton Junior College 



George Reed Eberle Lincoln 

Commerce 
Sales and Advertising Management 
Beta Theta Pi 
Illini Union Committee (2) ; Star Course 
Manager (2); Campus Chest (1); Market- 
ing Club 





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Edward Stuart Eby Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Noble House 
Alpha Phi Omega; Hillel Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (3, 4) ; German Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

University of Chicago; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Donald Eugene Eckmann . . . .Riverside 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Granada Club 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Eve Edelstein Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
EKT Club 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3) ; W.A.A. (3, 
4) ; University Chorus (1, 2) ; Hillel Foun- 
dation Student Council 
Honors Day (2) 



Patricia Ann Edwards Springfield 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Star Course Manager (1); Panhellenic 
Executive Council (4) ; Panhellenic Ball 
Committee (2) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Roberta Edwards Brooklyn, N. T. 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Syracuse University ; New York Univer- 
sity 



John Vincent Egan, Jr Joliet 

Journalism 
Television Production 
Phi Kappa 
Skull and Crescent; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma 
Delta Chi; Campus Chest (1); House 
President (3,4); WILL (3,4); Junior 
Bar Association; Spanish Club 



Walter Edwin Eichelberger. .Roclcford 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Chi Gamma Iota; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Rifle 
and Pistol Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Gerald Tad Eisenstein Chicago 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 

Interfraternity Council (2, 3) ; Football 

Marching Band (2,3); Second Regimental 

Band (1,2,3): Accounting Club (4) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Anna Jeanette Elger. ..... 

Agriculture 
Hospital Dietetics 
Wescoga 
Alpha Lambda Delta 
Bradley University 



. Peoria 



Arlene Frances Elliott. . . .Park Ridge 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Shi-Ai; Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta 
Pi; The Illio (1); Illini Union Committee 
(1, 2) ; University Theatre Crew (1) ; Pan- 
hellenic Ball Committee (1) 
Honors Day (1,3) 



George Robert Ellis Clinton 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
Campus Chest (1); Second Lieutenant, 
Army ROTO; A.S.C.E. 



Kenneth Wayne Ellis Indianola 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (4); Y.M.C.A. Committee 
(3); Agricultural Economics Club; Agri- 
culture Club; Hoof and Horn Club 



James DeElton Elmer Beloit, Wis. 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Farm House 
Alpha Zeta; Alpha Tau Alpha; Mask and 
Bauble; Illini Union Committee (2,3); 
University Theatre Manager (2, 3, 4); 
University Theatre Cast (3) ; University 
Theatre Crew (2) ; Y.M.C.A. Committee 
(1,2); Captain, Air Force ROTC ; Agri- 
cultural Education Club; Agriculture Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Robert William Emmons Decatur 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Economics 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta Sigma; Major Chair- 
man Block I Illini Union Committee (4) ; 
Illini Union Council (4) ; Illini Union 
Committee (2,3); Y.M.C.A. Committee 
(2); Student Senate (1,2,3,4); Fresh- 
man Council; NSA Senate Subcommittee 
(2,3); University Chorus (1); Men's 
Glee Club (1); Student Religious Council 
(3) ; Disciples Foundation Student Council 
(2, 3, 4), President (3. 4); Agricultural 
Council (3,4); All-Ag Field Day Commit- 
tee (2); Freshman Week Committee (2); 
Plowboy Prom Committee (2) ; Agricultural 
Economics Club; Agriculture Club 
Honors Day (1) 

Charles Eldred Enderby Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 

Phi Kappa Sigma 
Sigma Tau; Campus Chest (2); A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E.; A.S.M.E. ; Navy Pier Alumni Asso- 
ciation 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Harvey Marshall Endler Chicago 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 

Granada Club 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Mu Epsilon ; 
Illinois Technograph (1,2,3,4); A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 

Navv Pier Activities: Engineering Coun- 
cil (2) 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Tomy Endo Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Medea Lodge 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Richard Edward Engberg Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



















Leonard Osmer Engelhardt. 
Commerce 
Commerce and Law 
Junior Bar Association 
Joliet Junior College 



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Clifton Greene Engle Alpha, Ohio 

Division of Special Services 
Electrical Engineering 



Richard Mallory Engle Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Clark House 
House President (3); A.I.A.; A.S.C.E.; 
Rifle and Pistol Club 

University of Denver; Illinois Institute 
of Technology 



David Wallace Enright Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemistry 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Skull and Crescent; Omega Beta Pi; Illini 

Union Committee (1); House President 

(4); Student Senate (1); German Club 



Donald Lee Epley Princeville 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (3) 



Claire Ann Erger Madison 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Busey Hall 
The Illio (2) ; Illini Union Committee (2) ; 
W.A.A. (1,2,3); Cheerleader (3,4) 



Alva Lewis Erisman Stanford 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
1001 Club 
Alpha Tau Alpha 

Illinois State Normal University ; San 
Jose State Teachers College 



Jorge Esguerra, Jr. 

Bogota, Colombia, S.A. 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Kappa Delta Rho 
University of the Andes 



Andrew Theodore Esker Effingham 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



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Education 
Elementary Education 
Delta Delta Delta 
Coe College 



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Roger Evans Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
.1 rchitectural Engineering 
University Chorus (3, 4) ; Second Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC; A.I.A. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Patricia Jean Ewald Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Evans Hall 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Richard Colin Ewan Cuba 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Acacia 
Gamma Sigma Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; Cap- 
tain, Air Force ROTC ; Arnold Air Society 
Honors Day (1,2) 



Enid Lobene Ewing Stanford 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Presby Hall 
Mortar Board; Mu Phi Epsilon; Univer- 
sity Choir (2,3); Oratorio Society (2,3); 
McKinlev Foundation Student Council (2, 
3, 4), President (4) 

Honors Day (2,3.4); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Jack Everett Ewing Flint, Mich, 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Physical Education Majors Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Football 
Letter 

Moody Institute of Chicago; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 



.1 ick Gene Ewing Warsaw 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Vccountancy Club; Finance Club; Society 

for the Advancement of Management 
Carthage College 



Susanne Ewing Chicago 

Libera] Arts and .Sciences 
English 
Sigma Kappa 
Shi-Ai ; Illini Union Committee (1,2) 



Alberto Facchini Bogota, Colombia, S.A. 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Clark House 
University of the Andes 



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Frederick Rich \rd Faiiey Warerly, N.X. 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Tomahawk; Phi Epsilon Kappa; Varsity 
Swimming Squad (1,2,3); Dolphins (1, 
2, :'. ) ; Physical Education Majors Club 



Paul Walter Fahrenkrog Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Parade Ground Units 
A.I.A. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Duane William Faletti. . .Spring Valley 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical E ngineering 
Newman Hall 
LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 



Harlan Theodore Fallstad Elgin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Elgin Community College 



James Louis Fanson Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (3) ; Major, Air Force 
ROTC; Arnold Air Society; A.S.C.E. 
Illinois Institute of Technology 



Mvrie Faso Chicago Heights 

Commerce 
Commercial Teaching 
Palamar 
University Theatre Crew (1, 2) ; Women's 
Glee Club (1); Orchesis (3) 



Ronald Alfred Faster Lincoln 

Commerce 

Insurance 
Beta Theta Pi 
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (3); Y.M.C.A. Commit- 
tee (2) 
Honors Day (1) 



Donald Fatheree Aurora 

Commerce 
Management 
Concert Band (1, 2, 3) ; Football Band (1, 
2, 3) ; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 
Honors Day (3) 



Cornelia May Fechtner Barcard 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Social Studies 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2) ; WILL (2) 
Northwestern University 



Barbara Coletta Feit Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Sigma Delta Pi 

PePaul University: Wright Junior Col- 
lege 



Geraldine Busbar \ Fekbtb Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Psi Chi 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Lee Fkldm \n Vrbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

N pcech 
University Theatre Cast (3,4); University 
Theatre Crew (3) ; WILL (4) 

Northwestern University, Washington 
University 



Robert Eugene Feldman Sterling 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Tomahawk; Kappa Alpha Mu; The Daily 

Illini (1, 2, 3) ; The Illio (1, 2, 3) ; A.I.E.E.- 

I.R.E. 



Robert Stanley Feliszak Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Newman Hall 
Captain, Army ROTC ; Pershing Ritles; 
Marketing Club 



Forest The Fenton, Jr. 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Beta Alpha Psi; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 
Ferris Institute 



Donald Paul Ferlicka Harvard 

Agriculture 
A inifitlliti-iil Science 
Honors Day (3) 



Glenn Edward Ferre Peoria 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Foumier Institute of Technology 



Donald Jerome Fessett Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





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Liberal Arts and Sciences 
French 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
French Club 

North Central College 



Frank Charles Fiala Berwyn 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Kappa Delta Rbo 
Purdue University 



Virgil Louis Fibber Albion 

Agriculture 
He iw ml .1 griculture 
Tan Kappa Epsilon 
Illini Union Committee (3); Agricultural 
Economics Club; Agriculture Club; Field 
and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club; Horti- 
culture Club 
Honors Pay (2. :'.) 



Lucille Dorisann Field Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in liiology 
Busey Hall 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Richard Warben Fields Benton 

Agriculture 
General .1 griculture 
Four Columns 
Alpha Phi Omega; Y.M.C.A. Committee 
(1 ) 



Frederick Henry Figge Collins ville 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Beta Theta Pi 
Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Skull and Crescent; 
The Illio (1,2. 3,4), Business Manager 
(4); Illini Union Board (3,4); Board of 
I riii rmtv Affairs (4) lnUifratermtv 
Council (3,4); Pettv Officer First Class, 
NROTC; Navy Council; Scabbard and 
Blade; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

J vmes Thomas Fingleton Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Illuminating Engineering 
Society 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Merritt Walker Finney, Je.. . .Herrin 
Division of Special Services 
Marketing 
Delta Upsilon 



Hans Julius Fischer Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Zeta Psi 
Major, Army ROTC; Society of American 
Military Engineers; A. I. A. 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




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Eileen Sharon Fish Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
EKT Club 
Illini Union Committee (2); W.A.A. (2,3, 
4) 



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Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 
Joliet Junior College 



.Joliet 



Marie Lois Fisher Berwyn 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Sigma Kappa 
Illini Union Committee (1,2); W.A.A. 
(1); Panhellenic Ball Committee (1,2) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Myron Fisher Highland Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Tau Delta Phi 
Alfred University 



Suzanne Grace Fisher Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Busey Hall 

DePauw University, Evanston Hospital 
School of Nursing 



Gerald Alan Fishman Chicago 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Pi Lambda Phi 

Illini Union Committee (1); Interfrater- 

nity Council (1); Accountancy Club; Rho 

Epsilon 



Ralph Glen Fisk Elgin 

Agriculture 

Agricultural Economics 

Alpha Delta Phi 

Skull and Crescent; The Daily Illini (2); 

Illinois Technograph (3) ; Agricultural 

Economics Club 



Jay Terry Fitts Geneva 

Agriculture 
Horticulture 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Alpha Zeta; Y.M.C.A. Committee (1,2,3, 
4); Track Manager (1,2); Agricultural 
Economics Club; Agriculture Club; Field 
and Furrow ; Hoof and Horn Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



Charles Downman Fitz-Huuh, Jr. 

Chicago 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
I. U.S.A. Barbershoppers (4) ; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E.; Rifle and Pistol Club 
Northwestern University 


















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William Dale Fix Evergreen Park 

Journalism 

Advertising 

Alpha Delta Sigma ; Intramural Rec Board 

(3); Captain, Army ROTC ; Marketing 

Club 

Wilson Junior College ; Roosevelt Uni- 
versity 



William Joseph Flaherty- Viola 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.S.M.E.; Rifle and Pistol Club 
St. Ambrose College 



Albert Franklin Flentje. . .Taylorville 

Agriculture 

General Agriculture 

Rogers House 

Agricultural Economics Club; Agriculture 

Club; Hoof and Horn Club 



Thaddeus Francis Flis Chicago 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Varsity Baseball Squad (3) ; Freshman 

Varsity Baseball Squad; Accountancy Club 

DePaul University 



Richard Allen Flores Harvard 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
PreMedicine 
Beta Theta Pi 
Skull and Crescent ; Omega Beta Pi ; The 
Daily Illini (1,2); House President (3, 
4); Tribe of Illini (4); Cheerleader (2, 
3,4) 



Clarence Dale Fleugel Dakota 

Agriculture 
Teacher Training in Agriculture 
Agricultural Education Club; Horticulture 
Club; Teachers-in-Training Club 



Doralie Flutcher Pueblo, Colo. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Social Studies 

Pi Beta Phi 

Illini Union Committee (2,3); Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (1,2,3,4); W.A.A. (2,3,4); 

Terrapin (1, 2, 3, 4) 



Juanita Mae Follmer Forrest 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Kappa Delta 
University Theatre Crew (1) ; University 
Choir (2,3); Oratorio Society (2,3,4) 



Patricia Ann Folton Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Alpha Alpha Gamma; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (1) ; A. I. A. 



Suey Fong Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Chi Gamma Iota ; Sigma Taxi ; Pi Tau 
Sigma; A.F.S.; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (3) 

Fenn College; Illinois Institute of Tech- 
nology 



Gene David Fooks Albion 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Hunter Club 

M.I. A. Executive Council (3) ; Men's Glee 

Club (3); I.U.S.A. Barbershoppers (2,3, 

4); A.F.S.; A.S.A.E.; A.S.M.E. 



Maxwell Forbes Mount Olive 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Sons Home 
Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Education 
Club 

Illinois State Normal University 



Eleanor Ford Newark, N. J. 

Journalism 

Editorial 

Phi Sigma Sigma 

Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily Illini (4); 

House President (3, 4) ; Hillel Foundation 

Student Council (3, 4) 







Ted Harry Foss Oak Lawn 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Cyclothem Club 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Dale Foster Champaign 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Sigma Chi 
Tribe of Illini ; Varsity Football Squad 
(2), Letter (2); Freshman Varsity Foot- 
ball Squad; Varsity Track Squad (1,2,3, 
4), Letter (1, 2, 3, 4) 



Robert Jaudon Foster Collinsville 

Agriculture 
Dairy Production 
Delta Chi 
The Illio (1); Illini Union Committee 
(1,2,3); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1,2); 
Interfraternity Council (2) ; Pershing 
Rifles; Agriculture Club; Dairy Production 
Club; Dairy Technology Society; Flying 
Club; Student Junior Chamber of Com- 
merce ; Young Republicans Club 



Carolyn Jean Foy May wood 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Sigma Alpha Iota, President (4) ; Concert 
Band (1, 2, 3, 4) ; University Orchestra (1, 
2, 3, 4) ; Fine and Applied Arts Council 
(3,4); House President (2) 




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John Alden Ford Lombard 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Campus Chest (3) ; Freshman Varsity 
Track Squad; Track Manager (2, 3) ; Illini 
Insurance Society; Marketing Club; Soci- 
ology Club 



Robert Raymond Ford. .Fort Smith, Ark. 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Beta Alpha Psi ; Sigma Iota Epsilon ; Ac- 
countancy Club 

University of Arkansas 



Joanne Joy Forsberg Berwyn 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Sigma Kappa 
Torch; The Illio (1,2,3); Illini Union 
Committee (1); Campus Chest (1,2); All- 
Ag Field Day Committee (3) ; Panhellenic 
Ball Committee (1,2); Home Economics 
Club 



Richard Orris Fortna Chats worth 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Illinois Wesleyan University 



Virginia Lorraine Fortney. . . .Tuscola 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Fehner House 
Shorter Board; Major I (3); W.A.A. Nu- 
merals (2); W.A.A. (1,2,3,4); Terrapin 
(3, 4) ; Physical Education Majors Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4), President (4) 








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Vance Levoy Fraley Taylorville 

Commerce 

Commerce and Law 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Interfraternity Council (2, 3) ; House 

President (3, 4) ; Junior Bar Association 

Honors Day (1) 



James Charles Francis. . . .New Lenox 
Division of Special Services 
Marketing 
Acacia 
University Theatre Manager (3) ; Univer- 
sity Theatre Crew (2, 3) ; Marketing Club; 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment. 



Isabel Heep Francis Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
McKinley Hall 
Mask and Bauble ; Zeta Phi Eta ; Univer- 
sity Theatre Manager (3, 4) ; University 
Theatre Cast (3) ; University Theatre Crew 
(1,2); WILL (2,3); French Club 
Wright Junior College 



Edwin Harley Franklin Danville 

Division of Special Services 
Geology 
Cyclothem Club 

Extension of the University of Illinois, 
Danville; Danville Community College 



Rubey Charlene Frasier. . . 
Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Lincoln Avenue Residence' 
W.A.A. (1,2,3,4) 



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Education 
Spanish 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Spanish Club 



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Stanton Lee Freidbero. . .Topeka, Kan. 
Libera] Arts and Sciences 
( Chemistry 
Zeta Beta Tan 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Omega Beta 
Pi ; Phi Lambda Upsilon ; Mini Union 
Committee (1) ; Campus Chest (1); Fresh- 
man Varsity Golf Squad; A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2. 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Robert Charles Freres. .Kenosha, Wis. 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Parade Ground Units 
Accountancy Club ; Delta Sigma Omicron ; 
German Club; Marketing Club 
Honors Day ( 3 ) 

University of Wisconsin 



Chicago 



David Frederic Fretzin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Clark House 
Omega Beta Pi 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
Illinois 



Lawrence Gerald Fretzin Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Clark House 
Accountancy Club; Praetorians 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Donald Albert Freund Woodstock 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Star and Scroll; Interfraternity Council 
(2); House President (4); Freshman 
Varsity Football Squad; Captain, Air Force 
ROTC; I.A.S. 
Honors Day ( 1) 



Paul Joseph Frey Waterloo 

Division of Special Services 
Zoology 



Carol Hofmann Freyder. . . .Parle Ridge 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Psi Chi; University Theatre Crew (1,2); 
University Chorus (1) 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



James Gill Freyder Parle Ridge 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Alpha Delta Phi 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; A.F.S. ; 
A.S.M.E. 

















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Eileen Ina Frieburg LeRoy 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Music 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Shorter Board; Torch; The Ulio (2,3); 
Ulini Union Committee (1); Star Course 
Manager (2); Y.W.C.A, Committee (1) ; 
Women's Glee Club (1, 2) 



Marvin Walter Fri.man Aurora 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Phi Sigma Delta 
Illini Union Committee (2,3); University 
Theatre Cast (2); Campus Chest (3); In- 
terfraternity Council (2, 3); Concert Band 
(3) ; Football Marching Band (2, 3) ; First 
Regimental Band (2); Interfraternity 
Ball Committee (3); Accountancy Club 

Aurora College 



Robert Duane Frink Beltecille 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Art Institute of Chicago 



William Charles Fritsch Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Medicine and Zoology 
Wright Junior College 



Wesley James Froehlich Markham 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Clark House 
Accountancy Club ; Marketing Club ; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Wilma Ethel Frostenson Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Phi Alpha Theta; LAS Council (3, 4); 
Spanish Club 

North Park College 



Ronald Kurt Fuchs Bartonville 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
Sigma Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; Channing- 
Murry Foundation Student Council (4) ; 
Major, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air So- 
ciety 
Honors Day (1. 2) 



Ray Fujinaga Ontario, Ore. 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Cosmopolitan 
Junior Interfraternity Council (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



George Shizuo Fukuda. . . .Hilo, Hawaii 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Park Lane Lodge 
Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau; 
Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management 



Ray Shigemasa Fukumoto. .Hilo, Hawaii 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Geography 

Noble House 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (3) 

University of Hawaii; Washington Uni- 
versity 



Russell William Fulton Berwyn 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geography 
Delta Phi 
Wright Junior College 



Martin Fundenherger Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Mcdicine 
Omega Beta Pi 

Roosevelt Coliege; Loyola University; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Mary Fung Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 

Evans Hall 
A.I.Ch.E. 

Navy Pier Activities: Student Engineer- 
ing Societies Council 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Roger Lee Funk hitch field 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Tara Hall 
Illinois Technograph (1); Illuminating En- 
gineering Society 



Terry Dale Funkiiouser Carmi 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors Day (1,2,3): University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Arthur Edward Gabler Hinsdale 

Commerce 
Management 

Sigma Tau Gamma 
Illini Union Committee (3); University 
Theatre Crew (3); House President (4); 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Betty Jane Gabriel Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
McKinley Hall 
Wright Junior College 



Shirley Ann Gaghen Alton 

Journalism 

Editorial 

Chi Omega 

Mask and Bauble, President (4) ; Theta 

Sigma Phi ; University Theatre, Publicity 

Manager (4) 




















Leonide Mae Gaines Riverside 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Kappa Delta 
Major I (4); W.A.A. Numerals (3); 
W.A.A. (2,3,4); Terrapin (2,4); Illini 
Figure Skating Club; Physical Education 
Majors Club 

Illinois Wesleyan University 



Donald Alan Gall Reddick 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Hunter Club 
Chi Gamma Iota ; Tau Beta Pi ; Pi Tau 
Sigma; House President (3); A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Richard Hackett Gallagher. . .Chicago 
Commerce 
A cc.ountancy 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Illini Union Committee (3,4) 

Illinois Institute of Technology 



Gerald Herbert Galler Chicago 

Commerce 
A ccoiintancy 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Major Chairman Music Hour Illini Union 
Committee (4); Illini Union Council (4): 
Illini Union Committee (3); Interfrater- 
nity Council (2); Accountancy Club; Mar- 
keting Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Gerald Needha.m Galstan Haywood 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Theta Xi 
A.S.M.E. 




Beverly Mae Galvin North Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Sigma Kappa 
Illini Union Commiltoe (1); Orchesis (4); 
Marketing Club 



Joseph John Gangi Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A. I. A. 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Marilyn Louise Ganschow Walnut 

Physical Education 
Recreation 

Theta Upsilon 
Shi-Ai; The Ulio (1,2); Panhellenic Ball 
Committee (1); U. of I Student Chapter 
American Recreational Society ; Physical 
Education Majors Club 



Guillermo Garcia Pereira, Colombia, S.A. 
Engineering 
Civil E ngineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Universidad Nacional; University of 
Michigan 



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Sidney Herman Garland Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
University Orchestra (1,2) 



Maurice Harold Garnholz. . . .Hoyleton 

Engineering 

Aeronautical Engineering 

Theta Xi 

Illinois Technograph (1,2,3,4); Glider 

Club; I.A.S. ; Illinois Rocket Society; 

S.A.E. 



Catherine LaVerne Garrett 

Champaign 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Y.W.C.A. Committee (1,2); University 

Chorus (1) ; Illini Christian Fellowship 

(3,4) 



Vida Julia Gaskaite Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Phi Chi Theta (3,4); Accountancy Club 



Ann Gaskins Peoria 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English Literature 
Pi Beta Phi 
Illinois Union Committee (3) 
University of Arizona 



Judith Carolyn Gates Champaign 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Phi Upsilon Omicron ; University Theatre 
Crew (1, 3, 4) ; Star Course Manager (1) ; 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (1,3); W.A.A. (2); 
University Chorus (1) ; Women's Glee Club 
(3, 4) ; Baptist Student Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (2,3,4); Panhellenic Ball 
Committee (3) ; Home Economics Club 



Robert Emerson Gates Springfield 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Chez Nous 
Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (3) 

Springfield Junior College 



Albert Steven Gatrell 

Lost Creek W. Ta. 
Education 
Social Studies 
Alpha Phi Omega 

West Virginia University; Michigan 
State Normal College; University of Alaska 



Louis George Gauen Waterloo 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2,3); Military Ball 
Committee (2); Major, Air Force ROTC ; 
Air Force Council; A.S.C.E.; Marketing 
Club; Scimitar 






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Richard Sherman Gaylord. . .Plainfield 
Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Joliet Junior College 



Jennie Willson Gebhart 

Coral Gables, Fla. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Latin 
Illinois Wesleyan ; Southern Illinois Uni- 
versity 



Michael Anthony Gedwill, Jr. Chicago 
Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; M.I.S. 



Gordon Edward Gee Coming, N. T. 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Four Columns 
Tau Beta Pi ; Eta Kappa Nu ; House Presi- 
dent (4) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

University of California 



Bruce Alan Geisert. Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Triangle 
Chi Gamma Iota ; Sigma Tau ; House Presi- 
dent (4); Midshipman, NROTC ; A.I.Ch.E. 



Kenneth Dean George Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Biology 
Granada Club 
University Theatre Crew (3, 4) ; Student 
Religious Council (2, 3, 4) ; Canterbury 
Foundation Student Council (2, 3, 4); 
Pershing Rifles; German Club; Young Re- 
publicans Club 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Frank Kenneth Gerace, Jr.. . .Oglesby 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
Pierrots; The Daily Illini (2,3,4), Asso- 
ciate Business Manager (4) ; University 
Theatre Cast (2) ; Senior Announcements 
Committee (4) ; Senior Ball Committee (4) 
LaSalle-Peru-Ogleshy Junior College 



Howard Leslie Gerber Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Flagg House 
Football Marching Band (3) ; First Regi- 
mental Band (3); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Burton James Gerhardt Herrin 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Southern Illinois University 



James Lavtrence Gernant Geneseo 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Phi Gamma Delta 



JoAnn Pritchard Gernant Geneseo 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Chi Omega 
W.A.A. (3,4); Terrapin (3,4); Physical 
Education Majors Club 
Honors Day (3) 

Northwestern University 



Allen Saul Gerrard Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
LAS Council (1,2) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 









John Leslie Gill LaHarpe 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Farm House 
Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta Sigma; Campus Chest 
(3) ; Interfraternity Council (3) ; Uni- 
versity Chorus (1, 2) ; Men's Glee Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4) ; I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (3) ; 
Student Religious Council (3, 4) ; Disciples 
Foundation Student Council (3, 4) ; All- 
Ag Field Day Committee (4) ; Plowboy 
Prom Committee (4) ; Second Lieutenant, 
Air Force ROTC ; Agriculture Club; Hoof 
and Horn Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

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Leonard Vern Gillam. . 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Beta Alpha Psi 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Samuel Mabry Gillespie St. Elmo 

Commerce 

Retailing 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Phi Eta Sigma; Illini Union Committee 

(2); Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad; 

Marketing Club 






Mary Josephine Giarrusso Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Busey Hall 
English Journal Club; French Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John William Gibb. .Hales Corners, Wis. 
Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Barton House 
I.A.S. 

University of Wisconsin 



Winfield Scott Gibson. .Nashville, N. C. 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.F.S.; A.S.M.E. 

University of California ; Newark College 
of Engineering; Stevens Institute of Tech- 
nology 



Carolyn Christine Giffin Aledo 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 

Delta Delta Delta 
Phi Upsilon Omicron ; The Daily Illini 
(2); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2); Y.W.CA. 
Committee (2) ; Home Economics Council 
(4) ; Home Economics Club 
Honors Day ( 1) 

Augustana College 



Alvaro Gil Bogota, Colombia, S.A. 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E.; Rifle and Pistol Club 
University of the Andes 



Stephen Winfield Gilbert. .Champaign 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Captain, Air Force ROTC; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 











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Marilyn Letitia Gillison. . . . Westville 
Journalism 
Editorial 
Palamar 
Alpha Lambda Delta: Freshman Council 
(1) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Richard Euadore Gillock Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Men's Glee Club (3); Navy Pier Alumni 
Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Judith Gilman Harrington 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Delta Gamma 
Illini Union Committee (1); University 
Theatre Crew (4); W.A.A. (1,2,3,4); 
University Chorus (1); Women's Glee 
Club (1) ; U. of I. Student Chapter Ameri- 
can Recreational Society 



Howard Franklin Ginc.erich 

Blue Isla nd 
Agriculture 
Agricultural Engineering 
Agricultural Economics Club; Agriculture 
Club; A.S.A.E.; Hoof and Horn Club 



Clarence Marvin Girtch Chicago 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
U. of I. Student Chapter American Recre- 
ational Society; Physical Education Majors 
Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Marlene June Glassman. . . . Waukegan 
Physical Education 
Recreation 
Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Hillel Foundation Student Council (4) ; 
U. of I. Student Chapter American Recre- 
ational Society; Physical Education Majors 
Club 

University of Missouri 









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Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Delta Phi 
Delta Sigma Rho; Illini Union Committee 
(3); Campus Chest (1); Illini Forensic- 
Association; Little United Nations 



Jack Duane Gleason.... 
Commerce 
Accou nlit ncy 
Accountancy Club 



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Charles Arnold Glick Chicago 

Commerce 
Economics 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
Marketing Club; Rho Epsilon; Society for 
the Advancement of Management 



Rudolph Donald Glogovsky . . . Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Evans Scholars 
Sergeant, Army ROTC 



Edward Carl Gloppen Chicago 

Engineering 
G c it c nil K ngi it tr ring 
The Mansion 
House President. (4) 



Harold Jay Glukkoter Champaign 

Libera! Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Praetorians 
Tomahawk; Phi Eta Sigma; Hillel Foun- 
dation Student Council (1,2,3), Presi- 
dent (3); Cyclothem Club; Praetorians 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Charles Arthur Goding Downers Untie 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Advertising Design 

Delta Upsilon 

Alpha Delta Sigma (3,4); Scarab; Y.M. 

C.A. Cabinet (2, 3) ; Y.M.CA. Committee 

(2, 3) 



Norman Edward Goelzer. . .Bloomington 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Illinois Tech- 
nograph (2, 3) ; Second Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; S.A.E. 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Harry M\x Goern Elmwood Park 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Delta Phi 
Sigma Iota Epsilon; Illini Union Commit- 
tee (3,4); Interfraternity Council (3,4); 
Accountancy Club; German Club; Little 
Ignited Nations; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management. 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 


















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Edwin Walter Goldenberg Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Barton House 
Accountancy Club; Navy Pier Alumni As- 
sociation; Praetorians 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Lawrence Arnold Goldman .... Chicago 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Noble House 
Commerce Council (3, 4) ; Accountancy 
Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois. 



Carol Dolores Goldstein Chicago 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 

Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; 

University Theatre Crew (1); Student 

Senate (3) 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Marlene Joyce Goldstein Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Laurel House 
Kappa Delta Pi; Campus Chest (1); 
W.A.A. (1, 2. 3, 4); French Club; 
Teachers-in-Training Club 
Honors Day (3) 



John Richard Goles. . . . North Riverside 
Commerce 
Management 
Herzl Junior College 



Roger Gomien Colfax 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Chi Psi 
Ma-Wan-Da; Tribe of Illini; Intramural 
Manager (1, 2, 3); Senior Recreational 
Manager; Agricultural Council (3, 4); 
Athletic Council (4) ; Intramural Rec 
Board (3, 4) ; Agricultural Economics 
Club 
Honors Day (3) 

Robert Louis Goodman Champaign 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Delta Chi 
Football Marching Band (1); First Regi- 
mental Band (1); Armed Forces Amateur 
Radio Club; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Student 
Junior Chamber of Commerce 



James Moreland Goodwine. . . .Palestine 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Skull and Crescent; Lieutenant, Army 

ROTC; Phi Chi Eta; Illini Sportsman's 

Club; Marketing Club 



Robert Joel Goot Ottawa 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Hillel Foundation Student Council (1); 
Military Ball Committee (3) ; Second Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau; 
Marketing Club 



Romayne Louise Goranson Chicago 

Agriculture 

Home Economics 

Palamar 

Alpha Cliron ; University Theatre Crew 

(1, 2): Plowboy Prom Committee (1); 

Home Economics Club 



Charles William Gordon Urbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Political Science 

Concert Band (2); Football Marching 

Band (2); Second Regimental Band (1) 



Glen Everett Gordon West Point 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Specialized Chemistry 
Alpha Chi Sigma 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Lambda Upsilon ; 
A.C.S. 

Western Illinois State College 



Sidney Smith Gorham III .... Winnetka 

Commerce 
Retailing 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Navy Pier Activities ; Tennis Team, Cap- 
tain (2) 

Princeton University; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 

Nancy Monroe Gossett Roseville 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
4-H House 
Phi Upsilon Omicron ; Mini Union Com- 
mittee (1) ; W.A.A. (1, 2, 3) ; All-Ag Field 
Day Committee (2); Plowboy Prom Com- 
mittee (2, 3) ; Home Economics Club 



William Carr Gossett Roseville 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Illi-Dell 
Alpha Zeta ; House President (3); All-Ag 
Field Day Committee (1, 2); Plowboy 
Prom Committee (2, 3) ; Major, Air Force 
ROTC ; Arnold Air Society ; Agricultural 
Economics Club; Agriculture Club; Field 
and Furrow 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Larry - San ford Graff Chicago 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Barton House 

Accountancy Club (3, 4) ; Navy Pier 

Alumni Association (4) ; Praetorians (2, 

3, 4) 

Navy Pier Extension of the L T niversity of 
Illinois 

William Pierson Graham. East St. Louis 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Sigma Pi 

Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem, President (3); Skull 

and Crescent. President (2); Board of 

Fraternity Affairs (3); Interfraternitv 

Council (2, 3); Student Senate (1. 2, 3, 

4), President (4): Committee on Student 

Affairs (3, 4); Freshman Council; Mini 

Forensic Association: Marketing Club; 

Student Junior Chamber of Commerce 

Wendell Dean Gramley Piano 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 

















Donald Harry Granbois . . . . Libertyville 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Flagg House 

Phi Eta Sigma ; Alpha Kappa Psi ; Sigma 

Iota Epsilon, President (4); Marketing 

Club : Rlio Epsilon 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Glenda Sue Grant Springfield 

Fine and Applied Ails 
Advertising Design 
Delta Delta Delta 
Gamma Alpha Chi; Society of Illustrators; 
Mini Union Committee (1, 2); Panhellenic 
Ball Committee (2, 3) 
Honors Day ( 2 ) 



Nancy' Lou Graticny Des Plaines 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Education 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Sigma Delta Pi; Society of Illustrators; 
Major Chairman Mother's Day Union Com- 
mittee (3) ; Illini Union Committee (2) ; 
University Theatre Crew (2) ; House Presi- 
dent (3, 4); McKinley Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (3) 
Honors Day (1) 



Jaci Ore \r PincJcneyville 

Physical Education 

Dance 

Gamma Phi Beta 

The Illio (1, 2); Illini Union Committee 

(1, 2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); W.A.A. 

(1, 2, 3, 4) ; Orchesis (3, 4) 



Allen Theodore Green Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Tan Delta Phi 
Interfraternitv Council (1, 2); House 
President (3, 4); Gymnastics Manager 
(1, 2, 3); Hillel Foundation Student 
Council (1, 2, 3, 4); Petty Officer First 
Class, NROTC; Scabbard and Blade; 
I.A.S. ; Illini Sportsman's Club 

John Russell Green. .. .Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Interfraternity Council (2, 3) ; House 
President (3); Major, Air Force ROTC; 
Arnold Air Society 
Honors Day (1 ) 



Melvyn Green Chicago 

Engineering 
Mech n n ical E ngi nee H ng 

Noble House 
Sigma Tau ; Pi Tau Sigma ; House Presi- 
dent (3); I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (3,4); 
Illinois Technograph (2, 3, 4), Editor (2); 
Engineering Council (2); A.S.M.E.; Prae- 
torians, President (4) 
Honors Day ( 2 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Joan Frazier Greene Evanston 

Education 
Etc m e nta rij Ed neat ion 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Campus Chest (1,2) 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



John Palmer Greene Peoria 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Sigma Chi 
Sachem; Board of Fraternity Affairs (3); 
Interfraternity Council (2, 3) ; House 
President (4); Interfraternity Ball Com- 
mittee Chairman (2,3); Interfraternity 
Executive Committee (3) ; Accountancy 
Club 
Honors Day (2) 

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Flushing, Long Island, N. T. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Newman Hall 





Andrew Joseph Gremer Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Frederick Joseph Gress Peru 

Commerce 
Management and Marketing 
Chi Gamma Iota; Sigma Iota Epsilon ; 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 



Elizabeth Driscoll Griffin. .Evanston 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Zoology 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Star Course Manager (1,2); Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (2) 



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Management 









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Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
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Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
Delta Upsilon 
Illini Union Committee (2) ; Campus Chest 
(2); House President (4); A.F.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Franklyn Howard Groff Chester 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Young Democrats Club 







Merle Carol Grollemond Elgin 

Education 
Elementary Education 
French Club ; Young Democrats Club 



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Uri Fritz Groneaiann Haifa, Israel 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Eta Kappa 
Nu ; Illini Union Committee (4); Univer- 
sity Chorus (3); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Little 
United Nations 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Kenneth Roland Gronert 

Arlington Heights 
Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Football Marching Band (3,4); Second 
Regimental Band (1,2,3,4); University 
Lutheran Foundation Student Council (3, 
4); Accountancy Club; Gamma Delta, 
President (2); Horticulture Club; Illini 
Insurance Society; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Northwestern University 

Sydney Mae Gronert. .Arlington Heights 
Division of Special Services 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 

Central ia Junior College 



Ronald John Grosch Lombard 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Pi 
Chi Gamma Iota; Sigma Tau; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 

North Central College; San Diego State 
College 



Corwin Lowell Gross Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Pi Lambda Phi 
Illini Union Committee (1) ; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (1); Second Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC; Zeta Sigma Alpha 



Jacob Stern Grossman. .. .Bloomington 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Zeta Beta Tau 
Ma-Wan-Da. President (4); Sachem; Alpha 
Delta Sigma; The Daily Illini (3, 4) ; Illini 
Union Committee (1) ; Tribe of Illini (2, 3, 
4), President (4) ; Swimming, Captain 
(4) ; Varsity Swimming Squad (2, 3, 4), 
Letter (2, 3, 4) ; Freshman Varsity Swim- 
ming Squad ; Freshman Varsitv Golf 
Squad; Dolphins (1, 2, 3, 4), President 
(4) ; Athletic Council (4) ; Military Ball 
Committee (2); Major, Air Force ROTC; 
Arnold Air Society; Illini Sportsman's 
Club; Marketing Club 

Ronald Grossman Chicago 

Commerce 
Commerce and Law 
Nu Beta Epsilon; Junior Bar Association; 
Marketing Club; Navy Pier Alumni Asso- 
ciation ; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 

Navy Pier Activities: Debate Team 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Joan Ruth GrOth Mt. Prospect 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Pi Beta Phi 
Kappa Delta Pi; The Illio (1,2); Univer- 
sity Theatre Crew (1); Panhellenic Execu- 
tive Council (3) 

Honors Day (2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Joseph Clay Grott Chester 

Commerce 
Labor Economics 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202 
St. Louis University 



Nancy Joan Grundbi Chicago 

Education 
Education 
Busey Hall 

Kappa Delta Pi; University Theatre Crew 
(3); Y.W.C.A. Committee (3) 

Chicago Teachers College ; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 



Do.v Louis Gtjgliuzza Boclcford 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Landscape .1 rchitecture 

Kappa Delta Rho 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2); Second 
Lieutenant. Army ROTC ; Zeta Sigma 
Alpha; Landscape Architecture Society 



Janet Louise Gunn . . . . Western Springs 
Commerce 
( 'ommercial Teaching 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Phi Chi Theta; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (3, 4); 
Business Education Club 
Miami University 



Robert Carl Gutberlet Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Freshman Varsity Football Squad; A.S.M. 
E.; S.A.E. 



Thomas All\n Guthrie Oak Park 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Mar- 
keting Club; Society for the Advancement 
of Management 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Donald Adam Gutowski Chicago 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

University Theatre Cast (4); A.S.M.E. ; 

Illini Sportsman's Club; Rifle and Pistol 

Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Evelyn Dorothy Gutzeit Chicago 

Physical Education 
Teacher Training in Physical Education 
T- Dorms 
W.A.A. (3, 4); Orchesis (1, 2, 3), Presi- 
dent (2); German Club; Physical Educa- 
tion Majors Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Osmond Sublett Guy Bloomington 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Parade Ground Units 
Alpha Delta Sigma; Marketing Club 

Agricultural and Technical College of 
North Carolina 



Joan Ellen Guyer Rockford 

Agriculture 
Some Economics 
Alpha Phi 
Gamma Alpha Chi; The Daily Illini (1); 
The Illio (2) ; Major Chairman Red Cross 
Illini Union Committee (4) ; University 
Theatre Crew (1,2,3,4); Home Econo- 
mics Club 











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Thomas William Gyori Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Illini Christian Fellowship (3, 4), President 
(4) ; German Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the LTniversity of 
Illinois 





Charles Henry Hackl 

Agriculture 
Dairy Technology 
Newman Hall 
Dairy Technology Society 



.Chicago 




Willakd Gardner Hadlock 

Larchmont, N. Y. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Delta Kappa Epsilon 
The Daily Illini (2) 
Brown University 



Arlen James Hagen Rockford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Chemistry 
Clark House 
A.C.S. 



Wendell Wayne Hahn.. 
Commerce 
Marketing 



.Springfield 






George Dennis Haley Riverside 

Engineering 

Metallurgical Engineering 
Phi Kappa 
Engineering Council (4) ; Captain, Air 
Force ROTC; A.F.S., President (4); M.I. 
S.; St. Pat's Ball Chairman (4) 



Robert Alton Hall Springfield 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Beta Theta Pi 
Sachem; Illini LTnion Board, Director (4) ; 
Interl'raternity Council (2) ; Committee on 
Student Affairs (1, 2) ; Freshman Council; 
Football Marching Band (1); First Regi- 
mental Band (1); Chief Petty Officer, 
NROTC ; Navy Council ; Scabbard and 
Blade 



Bruce Olin Hallberg. .Western Spring 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Acacia 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E. 
Lyons Township Junior College 



Robert Leip Hallse Lombard 

Engineering 
Ceramic Engineering 

Alpha Chi Sigma 
Keramos; Engineering Council (3, 4); 
A.C.S. ; Illini Sportsman's Club; Navy Pier 
Alumni Association ; Young Republicans 
Club 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



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Commerce 
J.ccoun(«nci/ 
Sigma Pi 
Sachem ; Mini Union Board, Director (4) ; 
Major Chairman High School Circus Mini 
Union Committee (3); Mini Union Council 
(3); Mini Union Committee (1,2): Cam- 
pus Chest Allocations and Advisory Board 
(4); First Lieutenant, Army ROTC : In- 
fantr.v Club; Ordnance Club; Accountancy 
Club; Marketing Club 

Marshall Lester Hammersley Chicago 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Granada Club 
Beta Alpha Psi ; Sigma Iota Epsilon ; Uni- 
versity Theatre Cast (4) ; Accountancy 
Club; Marketing Club; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 
Honors Day (2,3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Shimer College; University of Chicago 



Bette Ann Hammond DeKalb 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Theta Upsilon 
Gamma Alpha Chi; Mini Union Committee 
(1,2,4); Campus Chest (1); W.A.A. 
(3); Concert Band (3); First Regimental 
Band (1,2); Women's Glee Club (1); 
Panhellenic Ball Committee (2) ; French 
Club; Home Economics Club; Marketing 
Club 



Peggy Jean Handley Danville 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Mini Union Committee (2) ; Star Course 

Manager (2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); 

Women's Glee Club (1) 



Kathleen Ann Hanna Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lowry Lodge 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Chicago Teachers College 



Bruce Michael Hannon Ivesdale 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Society of American Military Engineers; 
A.S.C.E. 



Gerald Robert Hansen Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Parade Ground Units 
Phi Epsilon Kappa; University Chorus (3, 
4); I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (3,4); Physi- 
cal Education Majors Club 
Wright Junior College 



Richard Thomas Hansen Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
A rchitectural Engineering 
Alpha Rho Chi 

Interfraternity Council (4) ; Captain, Army 
ROTC ; Society of American Military En- 
gineers; A. I. A. 

Navy Pier Activities: A. I, A. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Cedric Ivan Hanson Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Sociology 
Ryan's Roost 
Wilson Junior College 




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Donald Joseph Haraburd Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Phi Kappa 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Letterman 
(2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Richard Arthur Harder 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Bradley University ; Tayton School of 
Art 



John Albert Hardgrove Danville 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Theta Kappa Phi 
Interfraternity Council (1) ; Chief Petty 
Officer, NROTC; A.SM.E. 



Lorraine Busse Harding Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Wright Junior College 



Leon Emil Harrast River Forest 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Calhoun Hall 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Dairy 
Production Club 



Harold H arrigian Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Commerce Council (3, 4); Accountancy 
Club; Marketing Club 
Honors Day (1, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Arthur Harris Chicago 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Noble House 
Tau Beta Pi 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Craig Hart Streator 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Sigma Chi 
Campus Chest (3); Student Senate (3); 
Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory 
Board (3); Platoon Commander, NROTC; 
Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Anthony George Hartman Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Fournier Institute of Technology 



Carl Philip Hartmann Godfrey 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Phi Epsilon Kappa; U. of I. Student Chap- 
ter American Recreational Society; Flying 
Club; Illini Sportsman's Club 



William Herbert Hartmann. . .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Barton House 
Young Democrats Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Wright Junior College 



Mary Katherine Hartray Wilmette 

Education 
Elementary Education 

Pi Beta Phi 
Mortar Board ; Major Chairman Dads Day 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; House Presi- 
dent (3,4); Panhellenic Ball Committee 
(3) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Loretto Heights College 



Thomas Stanley Hartwick . . . Vandalia 
Engineering 
Engineering Physies 
Sigma Tau ; Pi Mn Epsilon 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Ann Kaye Harvey' Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Busey Hall 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Donald Harry H \rwig Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geography 

Major, Army ROTC ; Military Council; 
Pershing Rifles 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



George Edward Hast La Harpe 

Education 
Industrial Educatio a 
Browery 
House President (3) ; I. U.S.A. Barber- 
shoppers (3,4); Pershing Rifles; Glider 
Club; Industrial Education Society 



Derrolle Eugene Haugen 

St. Henry, Ohio 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Pi Tau Sigma; First Lieuten- 
ant, Army ROTC; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (2) 

University of Dayton 



Sandra Anne Haussermann. .Champaign 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Terrapin (1) 



















Robert Nordmann Haven Edinburg, Tex. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemistry 



Triangle 
Star and Scroll 
I nterf raternity 
Chorus (4, 5) 



Y.M.C.A. Committee (4) ; 
Council (3); University 
Engineering Council (3) ; 
Petty Officer First Class, NROTC; A.I. 
Ch.E. 

Pan American College 



Bruce Allan Hawkins Mounds 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 



Richard Earl Haynes Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Military Ball Committee (3); Major, Armv 
ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau; Military Council; 
Pershing Rifles; Marketing Club; Navy- 
Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Arthur Monroe Haywood . . . Taylorcille 
Division of Special Services 
Management 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

University of Alaska; Trinity University 



Alfred Roland Hecht Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Teacher Training in Biology 

Alpha Phi Omega; University Chorus (3); 

Illini Forensic Association; Navy Pier 

Alumni Association 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key- 
Navy Pier Extension of the LTniversity of 
Illinois 



JAMES William Heilenbach . . . .Berwyn 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Kappa Delta Rho 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

Morton Junior College 



Frederick Theodore Heimbuch, Jr. 

Freeport 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 



Gary Lau Hein Princeton 

Division of Special Services 

Political Science 

University of Ohio Miami University 



John Heald Heindel Dixon 

Engineering 

Civil Engineering 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

The Daily Illini (1,2,3,4); Night Sports 

Editor (3, 4) ; Petty Officer First Class, 

NROTC; A.S.C.E. 



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Physical Education 
Recreation 
Delta Zeta 
Major Chairman Music Hours Illini Union 

Ci littce (IS); Illini Union Committee (1, 

2); University Theatre Crew (2); Y.W. 
C.A. Committee (2); University Chorus 
(1); Women's Glee Club (2); Choristers 
(2) ; U. of I. Student Chapter American 
Recreational Society; Gamma Delta 



Richard Dominic Helfrich. . .Belleville 
Commerce 
.1 ccountancy 
Newman Hall 

Alpha Kappa Psi ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Don Eugene Hellickson Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 

A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Illuminating Engineering 
Society 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Bernardo Henao-Saenz 

Bogota, Colombia, S.A. 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.F.S. 

University of the Andes 



Josephine Frances Hendricks 

East St. Louis 
Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Pi Beta Phi 
Torch; Illini Union Committee (1); Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (1) ; Star Course 
Manager (1, 2, 3) ; Home Economics Club 
Honors Day (2) 



Robert Martin Henehan Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
Society of American Military Engineers; 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Edward Heniff Blue Island 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Phi Delta Tlieta 

Varsity Football Squad (2, 3) ; Freshman 

Varsity Football Squad; Petty Officer. 

NROTC 



Robert John Henke Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Balfura Henkin Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Indeco 
Illini Union Committee (2,3); W.A.A. (1, 
2, 3) 
















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James Hennebehg Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Parade Ground Units 
A. I. A. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Edward Alex Hennighausen Zion 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Physics 



Henry Charles Hennis Annua 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Skull and Crescent 



Donald Gene Henrickson. . .St. Joseph 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Music 
Oratorio Society (3) 

Grand Rapids Junior College; Indiana 
University 



Bertel Walerkd Henrikson 

Elmwood Park 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Delta Phi 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; A.C.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Charles Henry Aroma Park 

Commerce 
Management 
Theta Delta Chi 
Illini Union Committee (1); I. U.S. A. Bar- 
bershoppers (1,2); Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 



Eugene Michael Henry Kirkland 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Sigma Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu Epsi- 
lon; M.I. A. Executive Council (2); Major, 
Air Force ROTC; Physics Society 
H >rs Day (1, 2, 3) 



John Terrell Henry Rosiclare 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Clark House 
Sigma Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; Concert Band 
(2,3,4); Football Marching Band (1,2, 
3,4); First Regimental Band (1); A.I. 
Ch.E. 
Honors Day (1) 



Gilbert William: Hensey DePue 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Delta Chi 
Scarab; Illini Union Committee (2); Y.M. 
C.A. Committee (2) ; A.I.A. 
University of Colorado 



Aw.ex Emanuel Herbeck 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Illinois Institute of Technology 



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Shirley Ann Ethel Herbert. . .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Phi Mu 
The Daily Mini (3) ; Mini Union Commit- 
tee (3); University Theatre Crew (4); 
Campus Chest (3) ; Sociology Club 
Wright Junior College 



James Elbert Herget Pekin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Philosophy 
Phi Eta Sigma; Canterbury Foundation 
Student Council ; First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau 
Honors Day (1,3) 



Robert Gustave Hering Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; 
A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Mincis 



Louis Karon Herman Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Club Topper 
A.S.M.E.; Praetorians 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Richard Eugene Herman Quincy 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Hunter Club 
I.A.S. 

Honors Day (1) 
Quincy College 



Betty Jane Herschelman. . .Glen Ellyn 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (3,4) 
Wittenberg College 



Norma Jean Hertzmann Jolict 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Speech 

Alpha Chi Omega 
Mortar Board; Torch; Mask and Bauble; 
National Collegiate Players; Zeta Phi Eta; 
Mini Union Committee (3, 4) ; University 
Theatre Manager (3, 4) ; University Theatre 
Cast (2, 3, 4) ; University Theatre Crew 
(2,3); Student Senate (2); WILL (2,3, 
4); University Theatre Board (4) 
Honors Day (3) 

Joliet Junior College 

Mary Katherine Hetzel. .Mount Ayr, la. 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Pi Beta Phi 

Y.W.C.A. Committee (1,2); Concert Band 

(1,2) 

Simpson College 








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Ronald Keith Hewitt Manlius 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Sigma Pi 
Alpha Phi Omega; Tribe of Mini; Fresh- 
man Varsity Football Squad; Varsity 
Fencing Squad (2,3,4), Letter (3,4); 
Physical Education Majors Club 



Frederick Charles Heyl Manito 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Farm House 
Sachem; Mini Union Committee (1, 2) ; 
University Theatre Crew (1, 2, 3); Intra- 
mural Manager (1, 2, 3) ; All-Ag Field Day 
Committee (1, 2); Intramural Rec Board 
(3); Agriculture Club; Dairy Production 
Club; Field and Furrow 



Nancy Winslow Heywood 

South Acton, Mass. 
Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Omicron Nu 

University of Massachusetts 



Nancy' Jean Hiatt Joliet 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Social Studies 

Busey Hall 
Mortar Board ; Mini Union Committee 
(2); University Theatre Crew (2); Y.W. 
C.A. Cabinet (3, 4) ; Y.W.C.A. Committee 
(2,3): W.A.A. (2); Women's Glee Club 
(2) ; Spanish Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

Bradley University 



Donald Paul Higgs Princeville 

Agriculture 
Vocational Ag ricull ure 
Agricultural Economics Club; Agricultural 
Education Club 



Claire Ida High am Bloomington 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
T-Dorms 
Iota Sigma Pi ; Mini Union Committee 
(3) ; A.C.S. 

Rosary College 



Alara Lee Hildenbrand Onarga 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Illinois Wesleyan University 



Harold Blaine Hildenbrand. . . .Onarga 
Engineering 
General Engineering 
Football Marching Band (1,2); Second 
Regimental Band (1,2); A.F.S. ; Illinois 
Society of General Engineers 



Eva Ruth Hildesheimer Benton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Delta Phi Epsilon 
Shi-Ai ; Mask and Bauble ; Mini Union 
Committee (1); University Theatre Man- 
ager (2, 3, 4) ; University Theatre Crew 
(1); University Theatre Board (3); Mini 
Forensic Association 




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David Euokne Hill Oak Park 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Alpha Delta Phi 
Phi Eta Sigma; Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); 
House President (3, 4) ; Freshman Week 
Committee (2); Captain, Army BOTC ; 
A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 
Honors Day (1) 




Donald Heaton Himes Urbana 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Phi (iamma Delta 
Marketing Clnb 
Miami University 



Inn n William Hines Murphysboro 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Tomahawk; Sigma Tau ; Tau Beta Pi; Phi 
Eta Sigma: Sigma Gamma Tau: Captain, 
Air Force ROTC; I.A.S. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Patricia Ann Miller Hines 

Murphysboro 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Zeta Phi Eta 

Southern Illinois University 



James Elmer Hinkle Maywood 

Education 
Industrial Education 
Barton House 
Captain, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air So- 
ciety; I.A.S. ; Industrial Education Society 



Paul Hinrichs Chicago 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 

Evans Scholars 
Intramural Manager (2); Field and Fur- 
row ; Gamma Delta ; Hoof and Horn Club ; 
Illini Sportsman's Club; Marketing Club 



Sondra Miriam Hibsch Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Literature 
Busey Hall 



David William Hislop Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Minawa Lodge 
Sigma Tau ; Society of American Military 
Engineers; A.I.Ch.E.; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Louis John Hodek Cicero 

Commerce 
Management 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Marquette University 








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Rex Elwood Hodge Fairfield 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Southern Illinois University 




Charles Burton Hoefer, Jr Chicago 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Sigma Nu 
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (4); Y.M.C.A. Commit- 
tee (3, 4) : U. of I. Student Chapter Ameri- 
can Recreational Society; Physical Educa- 
tion Majors Club 

Kemper Military School 



John Norman Hoefer Freeport 

Division of Special Services 
Geography 
Honors Day (2) 




Henrietta Emma Hoenicke. .Palos Park 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
T-Dorms 
House President (4) ; German Club 

Knox College ; Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois 



Myron Paul Hoey Rock ford 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Flagg House 
Sigma Delta Chi ; Illini Union Committee 
(1); University Theatre Cast (2,3); 
WILL (1,2,3,4); Second Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau 



Robert McLane Hoff. . .LaGrange Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

English 

Sigma Chi 

Ma-Wan-Da; Illini Union Board, Director 

(4) ; Major Chairman Spring Musical Illini 

Union Committee (3); Freshman Varsity 

Gymnastics Squad; Battalion Adjutant, 

NBOTC; Armed Forces Council 



Gertrude Ann Hoffman Elmhurst 

Agriculture 
Food Technology 
T-Dorms 




James Romeo Hollis Springfield 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
A.I.Ch.E.; Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 
202 

Springfield Junior College 



Virginia Lee Hollowell. . .Jacksonville 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 

W.A.A. (1,2); Women's Glee Club (3); 

Future Teachers of America 

Western Illinois State College; Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin 



Donald Keith Holmes Lewistown 

Engineering 
Mining Engineering 
M.I.S. 

Missouri School of Mines 



Robert Edmund Holzman Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 

Barton House 
Major Chairman Music Hours Illini Union 
Committee (4) ; German Club; Illini Sports- 
man's Club 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; University of Chicago 



Ewart Hooper Asheville, N. C. 

Division of Special Services 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

General Motors Institute; University of 
Maryland 



Jeanette Joanne Hoover Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Biological Sciences 

T-Dorms 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; University Chorus (2,3, 
4) ; Illini Christian Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
Navv Pier Alumni Association 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Nancy Kay Hoover Moline 

Commerce 

Secretarial Training 

Alpha Phi 

Illini Union Committee (1,2); University 

Theatre Crew (2); Business Education 

Club 



Donald Frederic Hoppensteadt Chicago 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Club Topper 
House President (4) ; Engineering Council 
(2) ; A.S.M.E., President (4) ; S.A.E. 

Navy Pier Activities: Engineering Coun- 
cil 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Wright Junior College 



Russell Harold Hopps Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu Epsi- 
lon ; Sigma Gamma Tau; Varsity Bowling 
Squad (3); Freshman Week Committee 
(3) ; I.A.S. 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Marlene Iris Horberg, Oak Park 

Education 

Elementary Education 

E.K.T. Club 

Kappa Delta Pi ; Illini Union Committee 

(3); W.A.A. (2,3,4); House President 

<4) ; Freshman Wool; Committee (3) 



Fred Yoshiharu Horiuchi Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
LA S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
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Robert Charles Hornstein .... Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Noble House 
German Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Bannister Horsley. . . .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Cyclothem Club 




Joyce Caroline Horvatii Joliet 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Home Economics Council (4) ; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 

Illinois State Normal University 



Ralph Gibson Hough. . . .Stoughton, Wis. 

Journalism 

Editorial 

Acacia 

Sigma Delta Chi; Y.M.C.A. Committee 

(2) ; Interfraternity Council (2) 



Donald Robert Houk Peoria 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Phi Delta Theta 
Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi, President 
(4); Varsity Baseball Squad (2); Fresh- 
man Varsity Baseball Squad; Major, Air 
Force ROTC; Illinois Disciples Foundation 
Student Council (2) ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Gi:r\ldine Houk Peoria 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Delta Delta Delta 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (2) ; Campus Chest 
(2) 



Catherine Cecily Howard Urbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Iota Sigma Pi 
Honors Day (3) 



George Williams Howard III 

Mt. Vernon 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Beta Theta Pi 
Ma Wan-Da; Sachem; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi 
Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Y.M.C.A. 
Board of Directors (3,4); Y.M.C.A. Cab- 
inet (2, 3, 4), President (4); Y\M.C.A. 
Committee (1); Men's Glee Club (1); 
Oratorio Society (2) ; Campus Chest Allo- 
cations and Advisory Board, President (4) : 
Lieutenant Colonel, Army ROTC ; Scabbard 
and Blade; Junior Bar Association 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Leroy Howell, Jr East St. Louis 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Kappa Alpha Psi 
Physical Education Majors Club 



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Thomas Dale Hubbard Tijilnn, 1ml. 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 

Sigma Chi 
Sachem; Gargoyle; Sigma Tan: Tau Beta 
Pi; Scarab; Tribe of Illini: Basketball 
Manager (3); Senior Tennis Manager; 
Athletic Council (4) ; A. I. A. 
Honors Day (3) 

University of Cincinnati 



Edward Allen Huber Alton 

Engineering 
Etc ct rica l E ng inee ring 
Alpha Tan Omega 
Phi Kappa Phi; Tan Beta Pi; Eta Kappa 
Nn : Pi Mu Epsilon : Committee on Student 
Discipline (3); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Shirley Marie Huber Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
The Illio (1.2); University Theatre Crew 
(1,2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1) 



William Hubona Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
MarJceti ng 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Mar- 
keting Club; Society for the Advancement 
of Management 









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Jon Wallace Hunt Gibson, CiUj 

Commerce 
Economics 
Theta Delta Chi 
House President (4) ; Illini Insurance So- 
ciety; Young Republicans Club 



Raymond James Hunt Spartanburg, S.C. 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

A.S.M.E.; Delta Sigma Omicron 



Alex Burl Hunter, Jr Oregon 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Theta Xi 
A.S.M.E. 

Bradley University; Illinois Institute of 
Technology 



Mary Ruth Huntwork DeKalb 

Agriculture 
Howe Economics 
Siratford House 
Alpha Chron ; Omicron Nu ; Alpha Lambda 
Delta ; Iota Sigma Pi ; Phi Upsilon Omi- 
cron ; Women's Glee Club (2,3); U. of I. 
Student Chapter American Recreational 
Societv; Home Economics Club 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



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Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
Football Marching Band (2) ; First Regi- 
mental Band (2); First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Marion Edna Huebner Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Alpha Delta Pi 
VV.A.A. (1,2,3,4); Senior Ball Commit- 
tee (4) ; Physical Education Majors Club 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Vivienne Margaret Huffman. .Freeport 
Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Beta House 
Phi Upsilon Omicron (3,4); McKinley 
Foundation Student Council (3, 4) ; Plow- 
boy Prom Committee (3) ; Home Economics 
Club 



Alexander Anthony Humulock 

Ithaca, X. Y. 
Division of Special Services 
Mechanical Engineering 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Ithaca College ; Rochester Institute of 
Technology 



Clairmont Owen Hundeb 

Stoddard, his. 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



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Richard Herbert Husman . . . . Keaanee 
Commerce 
Marketing 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Illini Union Committee (2); Y.M.C.A. 
Committee (1, 2) ; Football Marching Band 
(3); Second Regimental Band (1,2,3); 
Marketing Club; Rifle and Pistol Club 



William Ray Hutchings.. 
Commerce 
Accountancy 



.Martinsville 



Richard Eugene Hutson Creston 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Philosnjihg 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (3); Y.M.C.A. Commit- 
tee (2, 3) ; Interfraternity Council (2) ; 
Lutheran Foundation Student Council (2, 
3) ; Accountancy Club 



John Christopher Ihrig Chicago- 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Sachem; Alpha Delta Sigma; Star Course 
Manager (1, 2, 3) ; "Varsity Baseball Squad 
(3); Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad; 
Illini Sportsman's Club; Marketing Club 
Wright Junior College 



George Shigeki Ikeuchi 

Ilonolaa. Hawaii 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English, 



Phyllis Irene Isaacson Chicago 

Education 

Elem enta ry Edu ea tion 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Kappa Delta Pi; Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica, President (3) 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Naomi Ishino Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
T-Dorms 
Campus Chest (3); Rifle and Pistol Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Uiku.ma Ito Tokyo, Japan 

Commerce 
Economics 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Jack Howard Jackson 1ft. Carmel 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Spanish Club 



Mary Ida Jackson Marion 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Leeman Lodge 
Shorter Board; The Daily Ulini (1, 2. 3. 
4); The Illio (1): Y.W.C.A. Committee 
(1); W.A.A. (1,2); Baptist Foundation 
Student Council (2); Campus Chest Allo- 
cations and Advisory Board (3) 



Ralph Henry Jackson Mt. Carmel 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 



Robert Eugene Jackson Bath 

Commerce 
Management 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 
University of Hawaii 



Allan Jerome Jacobs Waukegan 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Barton House 

M.I. A. Executive Council (2, 3, 4) ; 
House President (3); Student Senate (4); 
Coordination Committee (4) ; Sno-Ball 
Committee (3); Captain, Army ROTC ; 
Alpha Rho Tau; Accountancy Club; Prae- 
torians 
Honors Day (1, 3) 

Anton Gunther Jacobs Graymont 

Engineering 
Mechanical E ngineering 
Captain, Army ROTC; A.S.M.E. 





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Marjorie Ann Jacobs Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Sigma Delta Pi; French Club; Scimitar; 
Spanish Club 

Wright Junior College 



Robert Daniel Jacobson Elmhurst 

Commerce 
Insurance 
Kappa Delta Rho 
Board of Fraternity Affairs (2,3,4); In- 
terfraternity Council (2, 3, 4) ; Student 
Senate (3); Coorination Committee (3); 
Illini Insurance Society 



Vera June Jacobson Aurora 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Torch; Zeta Phi Eta; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (2); University Theatre Manager 
(3, 4); University Theatre Cast (1, 2, 3, 
4); University Theatre Crew (1,2,3,4); 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); Terrapin (2,3) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Lucille Marie Jaegfeld Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Social Sciences 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Illini Union Committee (3); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1); W.A.A. (2) 



Stuart Morton Jaffe Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Flagg House 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Pershing 
Rifles ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (3) 



George William James Eoopeston 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

University Chorus (1,2,3,4); Men's Glee 

Club (4) ; WILL (2) ; Accountancy Club 

Honors Day (2, 3) 



Virginia Carolyn James Robinson 

Commerce 
Commercial Teaching 
Delta Delta Delta 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2, 3) ; Univer- 
sity Chorus (1); Women's Glee Club (2) 
Honors Day (1) 



Joel Theodore Janis Villa Park 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Theodore Scott Janssen Sterling 

Commerce 
Manageynent 
Psi Upsilon 
Skull and Crescent; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 
Carleton College 




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Willis Wayne Janssen Buckley 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Field and Furrow; Flying Club; Mini 
Sportsman's Club 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Phyllis Anna Janus Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Sigma Delta Pi ; LTniversity Theatre Crew 
(3) ; Spanish Club 



David James Jareo Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Social Studies 
Acacia 
Pershing Rifles; Christian Science Organi- 
zation 



Donald Jeffrey, Jr Cicero 

Commerce 
Management 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Mar- 
keting Club; Society for the Advancement 
of Management 

Morton Junior College 



Lillian Ivy Jenkins North Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Evans Hall 
W.A.A. (2,3); Illini Christian Fellowship 
(3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
1 llinois 



Elizabeth Kay Jenner. . . . Parlcersburg 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
4-H House 
Illini Union Committee (1); Major I (3); 
W.A.A. Numerals (3); W.A.A. (1,2,3, 
4); Terrapin (3,4); Physical Education 
Majors Club 



Patricia Ann Jensen Sandwich 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Speech 
Leeman Lodge 
Mask and Bauble; National Collegiate 
Players; Zeta Phi Eta; University Theatre 
Manager (3, 4) ; University Theatre Cast 
(4) 



Ralph A.mdi Jensen Kewanee 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Sigma Chi 
Chi Epsilon; Illini Union Committee (1); 
University Chorus (1); A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (2) 



Ralph Harry- Jensen Bartlett 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Agricultural Economics Club; Agriculture 
Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Rifle and 
Pistol Club 
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Ronald George Jerit Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Chi Psi 
University Theatre Manager (4) ; Uni- 
versity Theatre Cast (3,4); University 
Theatre Crew (2, 3, 4) ; House President 
(3); Varsity Baseball Squad (2); Fresh- 
man Varsity Baseball Squad ; Freshman 
Varsity Football Squad 



Richard Adolph Jibtjs Moline 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Skull and Crescent; Tribe of Illini; Gym- 
nastics, Captain (4) ; Varsity Gymnastics 
Squad (2,3,4), Letter (2,3,4); Fresh- 
man Varsity Gymnastics Squad ; Major, Air 
Force ROTC; Arnold Air Society 



Julius Jodele Kaunas, Lithuania 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
University of Pisa; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



Allen Joesten, Jr Rochelle 

Veterinary Medicine 
Veterinary Medicine 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Alpha Zeta; Student Veterinary Medical 
Association 



Robert Paul Johannes Molinf 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Illini Union Committee (1); House Presi- 
dent (4); Major, Air Force ROTC; Ar- 
nold Air Society; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1.2) 



Walter John, Jr Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Social Studies 
German Club; Teachers-in-Training Club 
Navy Pier Activities: Student Congress 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Allen Russell Johnson Homewood 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Hill Hall 
House President (3); Pershing Rifles 



Bernard Eugene Johnson Huntley 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
The "0" House 
House President (4) ; Agricultural Econo- 
mics Club; Field and Furrow, President 
(3) ; Flying Club 



Cyrus Edwin Johnson Alton 

Division of Special Services 
Urban Land Economics 
House President (2, 3) ; Illini Forensic As- 
sociation ; Rho Epsilon 
Shurtleff College 



Donald Johnson Dakota 

Education 
General Education 
Northern Illinois Stale College 



Edward Thomas Johnson Wilmette 

Commerce 
Industrial Management 

Phi Kappa Sigma 
Skull and Crescent; Star Course Manager 
(1, 2) ; Campus Chest (1) : Illinois Techno- 
graph (1): A.F.S.; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 



ElwIN Lerov Johnson Nokomis 

Engineering 
Ceramic Engineering 
Lookout Manor 
Gamma Delta 



George Victor Johnson Aurora 

Engineering 
Mechanical E ngineering 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 



James Arthur Johnson Moline 

Pine and Applied Arts 

Landscape A rcliilecture 

Zeta Psi 

Campus Chest (2); House President (4): 

Landscape Architecture Society; Marketing 

Club 

Augustana College; George Washington 
University 



Robin Lane Johnson Batavia 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Women's Glee Club: U. of I. Student Chap- 
ter American Recreational Society 
University of Colorado 



Joan Cathleen Johnston.... 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Ruste Armes 
Augustana College 



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Donald Jones Raymond 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Nabor House 
Alpha Tau Alpha: M.I. A. Executive Coun- 
cil (2): Agricultural Council (3); All-Ag 
Field Dav Committee (3): Intramural Rec 
Board (2); Captain. Air Force ROTC : 
Agricultural Education Club, President 
(3); Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn 
Club: Horticulture Club 



Guv Raymond Jones Danville 

Education 
Industrial Education 
Industrial Education Society 

University of Illinois Extension-Danville: 
Roosevelt College; Danville Junior College 




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Janet Sue Jones Bradford 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Mortar Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Kappa Del- 
ta Pi; The Illio (1,2,3); Illini Union 
Committee (1,2); Panhellenic Executive 
Council (3,4); House President (4); 
Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory 
Board (4) 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Suzanne Helen Jone S.Birmingham, Mich. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Alpha Phi 
Illini Union Committee (1) : Student Sen- 
ate (1) ; Spanish Club 



William John Jones May wood 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Theta Xi 
Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (3); 
Varsity Swimming Squad (2) ; Freshman 
Varsity Swimming Squad; Dolphins (1,2, 
3) ; Captain, Air Force ROTC 



Richard Dale Jonson Elgin 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Lutheran Student Association Foundation 
Student Council (4) 

Elgin Community College 



Rosemary Ann Jordan Paxton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Alpha Chi Omega 
W.A.A. (3,4); Student Senate (2); Uni- 
versity Choir (2); Women's Glee Club 
(2) ; Orchesis (3, 4) 
Barry College 



William Francis Joy Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

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James Walter Jozwiak LaSalle 

Commerce 
Management 
Newman Hall 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 
Honors Day (3) 

I.aSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 



Nancy Darlene Judd DeEalb 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
4-H House 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); Campus Chest 
(3); W.A.A. Board (2,3); W.A.A. (2, 
3,4); Plowboy Prom Committee (3); 
Home Economics Club 

Northern Illinois State College 



Kadlud Karl Jozef Chicago 

Graduate 
Clinical Psychology 
Psi Chi 

Humboldt State College 



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Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha Chi Rho 

Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management 
Saint Joseph's College; Joliet Junior Col- 
lege 



Bernard Louis Kager Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Thomas Kaloupek 

Grinnell, la. 
Division of Special Services 
Marketing 
Marketing Club; Delta Sigma Omicron, 
President (2, 3, 4) 
Grinnell College 



James Stanley Kaltenbronn 

New Baden 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi 
Lambda Upsilon 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Leon Kamajian Evanston 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Physical Education Majors Club 
Evanston Community College 




Roxane Joy Kamm Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Evans Hall 
Torch ; Alpha Chron ; Mask and Bauble ; 
Illini Union Committee (1); University 
Theatre Manager (2, 3, 4) ; University 
Theatre Cast (1, 2, 3, 4); Univer- 
sity Theatre Crew (1, 2, 3, 4) ; University 
Choir (1,2,3); Oratorio Society (3); 
WILL (2, 3, 4) ; University Theatre Board 
(4) 
Honors Day (3) 

Richard Matiiew Kammerer. . . .Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Architectural Engineering 

Newman Hall 

Society of American Military Engineers, 

President (2) ; A. I. A. 



Ronald Carl Kamp Peoria 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Medea Lodge 
A.S.M.E. 



JoAnne Kamradt Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Palamar 
Illini Union Committee (2); W.A.A. (1, 
2); Orchesis (3); Christian Science Or- 
ganization 



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Betty Ann Kanaby Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Ed ilea Hon 
T-Dorms 
W.A.A. (3.4); Terrapin (3,4); Physical 
Education Majors Club 
DePaul University 



Takenori Kanazawa Yoshii, Japan 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Patricia Helen Kane Bloomington 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Evans Hall 
Society of Illustrators ; House President 
(4) ; University Chorus (2) 
Honors Day (2) 

Dunbarton College of Holy Cross 



Beverly Kantor Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Laurel House 
Student Religious Council (2, 3) ; Hillel 
Foundation Student Council (4) 



Ronald Burton Kaplan Chicago 

Commerce 
Finance 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
Illini Union Committee (1); University 
Theatre Crew (1); Campus Chest (1); 
Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory 
Board (1); Finance Club; Illini Insurance 
Society; Marketing Club 



Keith Karl Kappmeyer Mt. Ternon 

Engineering 
Ceramic Engineering 
Beta Theta Pi 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Keramos; Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); En- 
gineering Council (3) 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Michael George Karagianis 

River Forest 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Medicine and Chemistry 
Newman Hall 
Honors Day (3) 

University of Chicago ; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



James Glynn Karas Westchester 

Agriculture 
Floriculture 
Newman Hall 
Pi Alpha Xi, President (4) ; Floriculture 
Club 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Sylvia Frances Kareken Canton 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Busey Hall 
University Theatre Manager (3) ; Univer- 
sity Theatre Cast (1); University Theatre 
Crew (1, 2) 
Honors Day (1) 



Joseph Richard Karge Bwrlington, N.J. 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 



Allan Warren Karlove Niles 

Commerce 
Management 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Illini 
Insurance Society; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 

Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Nancy Lee Karls 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Ruste Amies 
Mundelein College 



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Robert Frank Kastelic. .. .Granite City 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta Chi 
Star and Scroll; Interfraternity Council 
(2); House President (3); Accountancy 
Club ; Marketing Club ; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management ; Student Junior 
Chamber of Commerce, President (3) 



Beatrice Joan Katsulos Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Mathematics 
Busey Hall 
Pi Mu Epsilon 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Emanuel Morris Katten Harvey 

Commerce 
Management 
Noble House 
House President (4) ; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Thornton Junior College 



Maurine Frankel Katz 

Greenville. Miss. 
Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Illini Union Committee (3) 
The University of Texas 



David Richard Kearns Vrbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Alpha Chi Sigma 
Sigma Tau; Phi Lambda Upsilon ; A.I. 
Ch.E. 
Honors Day (3) 



Joseph Michael Keating Summit 

Commerce 
Law 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Pershing Rifles; Mar- 
keting Club ; Navy Pier Alumni Association 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




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June Mercer Keir LaGrange 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
French 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
French Club 

DePauw University 



Ann Margaret Keith Crystal Lake 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Delta Gamma 
Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
The Ulio (1); Illini Union Committee (1, 
2); Campus Chest (1,2) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Louis Gerald Keith Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Clark House 
Omega Beta Pi; M.I. A. Executive Council 
(3,4); Sno-Ball Committee (4) 
Honors Day (1) 



Ronald Gene Kelder Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Sociology 

Park Lane Lodge 

House President (3) ; Student Religious 

Council (4) ; Baptist Foundation Student 

Council (4) 

Wright Junior College 



Samuel Leonard Kelder. . .Crystal Lake 
Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Lonesome Pine 
I.A.S. ; Illinois Rocket Society 






Patricia Ann Keleher Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

English 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

University Theatre Crew (3) ; Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (4) ; I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers 

(3) 

Beloit College 



Louis Hayward Keller Alton 

Commerce 
Finance 
Alpha Kappa Psi; The Ulio (1); Captain, 
Army ROTC ; Pershing Rifles; Rho Epsi- 
lon; Rifle and Pistol Club 



Kenneth Claud Kellerhals Champaign 
Agriculture 
General Agricidture 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Hoof and Horn Club 



Warren Wayne Kellogg Elmwood Park 
Journalism 
Editorial 
Club Esquire 
Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (3, 4) 
Navy Pier Activities : Pier Illini, Man- 
aging Editor 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



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Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Koinonia 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; Oratorio Society 
(2, 3, 4) ; A.l.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Southern Illinois University 



Marla Kelly Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 

Presby Hall 
Soeietv of Illustrators; Campus Chest (4) ; 
W.A.A. Numerals (1); W.A.A. (1,2,3, 
4) ; University Chorus (3) ; Women's Glee 
Club (3) 
Honors Day (4) 

Oberlin College 



Thomas Alfred Kelly. . . 
Commerce 
Management 
Lonesome Pine 
Morton Junior College 



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Donald Edward Kendall Pekin 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 

University of Texas 



Robert Richard Kent Brookfield 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Elizabeth Anne Kercher Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Ed mat inn 
Tlieta Upsilon 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3, 4) ; Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (2, 3, 4) ; Panhellenic Ball Com- 
mittee (2, 3) 

National College of Education 



Donald Isaac Kerr, Jr Warsaw 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Education 
Club 

Western Illinois State College 



John Martin Kerr Bloomington 

Engineering 
Ceramic Engineering 
Delta Phi 
Keramos, President (4) ; House President 
(3,4) ; A.C.S. 



Don Francis Kesler TJrbana 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Illinois Technograph (1, 2, 3, 4), Editor 
(4) ; A.l.E.E.-I.R.E. 








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Betty Lou Kessler Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
E.K.T. Club 
Major I (3); W.A.A. Numerals (3); 
W.A.A. (1,2,3.4); House President (4); 
Physical Education Majors Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Curtis Alvin Ketcham Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Mar- 
keting Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Pierce Stith Ketchum Urbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 



Arek Khachaturian Tehran, Iran 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
International Students Cooperative 
Illinois Wesleyan University 



Allen Wendell Kief Roberts 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Eta Sigma; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Larry Allen Kiefling CovxUn 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Browery 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sig- 
ma: Illinois Technograph (1, 2, 3, 4); 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Philip Harvey Kier Chicago 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Noble Hall 
Sigma Tau ; Pi Mu Epsilon 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



William Kilker Freeport 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E. 



John Thomas Kindelin Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Engineering Council (4) ; A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Wright Junior College 



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Jack Lee King Blue Mound 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Education 
Club 

Illinois State Normal University 



Wesley Clay King McLeansboro 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Major, Air Force ROTC ; Arnold Air So- 
ciety; A.I.Ch.E. 

Southern Illinois University 



Marshall Kent Kingery Jewett 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Eastern Illinois State College 



Joseph Kinney Vrbana 

Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E.; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 



Gerald Duane Kinroth Bockford 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Colonial Arms 
Sigma Gamma Tau; Flying Club; I.A.S. ; 
Illini Sportsman's Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Calvin Howard Kinsley shell/grille 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Theta Xi 
Campus Chest (1); Petty Officer First 
Class, NROTC; Illini Insurance Society 



Harry Joseph Kirschner Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Barton House 
I.A.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Illinois Institute of Technology 



Janice Darlene Kisten Evanston 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Delta Gamma 
The Daily Illini (2); The Illio (1); Illini 
Union Committee (2); Campus Chest (1, 
2); W.A.A. (1, 2. 3, 4); Student Senate 
(3); Young Republicans Club 



Robert Lawrence Kite Chicago 

Journalism 

Editorial 

Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (3,4) 








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Richard William Kla.mmer Niles 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
College Hall 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E.; Illini Sportsman's Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Carolyn Juanita Eleven Cisco 

Agriculture 

Home Economics 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 

University Chorus (1); Wesley Foundation 

Student Council (2, 3) ; Home Economics 

Club 



Lloyd Edward Klindworth Pana 

Agriculture 
Gene ra I A g ric nlture 
Agricultural Economics Club; Agriculture 
Club; Dairy Production Club 
Elmhurst College 



Abvydas Joseph Kliore Cicero 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 

Newman Hall 
Sigma Tau: Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu ; 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Honors Day (1,2.3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




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( lommerce 
Marketing 

Barton House 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 

Illinois 



William Arthur Knack Brookfield 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 

A. I. A. 

Lyons Township Junior College 



William Bruce Knapp Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Delta Sigma Pi 
Accountancy Club; Marketing Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



JOHN Edwin Knobel Freeport 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Varsity Fencing Squad (3, 4) ; University 
Chorus ( 1 ) 



Sara Laird Kxodell Fairfield 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Alpha Phi 
Shorter Board : Alpha Lambda Delta ; 
Gamma Alpha Chi ; Theta Sigma Phi ; The 
Illio (1, 2, 3, 4), Associate Editor (4); 
Illini Union Committee (2); Concert Band 
(1); First Regimental Band (1) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

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Catonsville, Md. 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Parade Ground Units 
First Regimental Band (1) ; Second Regi- 
mental Band ( 2 ) 



Joanne Louise Knopf. . .Elmwood Pari; 
Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Fehner House 
W.A.A. Board (4): Major I (3); W.A.A. 
Numerals (2); W.A.A. (1,2,3,4); Physi- 
cal Education Majors Club 



Charles Arthur Knotek Chimin: 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Granada Club 
Captain, Army ROTC; Rifle and Pistol 
Club 



Robert Epler KnudsON New Berlin 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Farm House 
Ulini Union Committee (2); Y.M.C.A. 
Committee (2) ; Tennis Manager (2, 3) ; 
Senior Tennis Manager (4) ; Agriculture 
Club; Hoof and Horn Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Mar.jorie Heloise Knudstad 

Clayton, Mo. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Chi Omega 
Gamma Alpha Chi; Society of Illustrators; 
Ulini Union Committee (1,2,3); Orchesis 
(1) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Robert Koch Chit-nun 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Parade Ground Units 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; A. I. A.; 
Ulini Sportsman's Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Donald Koenig Ottawa 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Captain, Air Force ROTC; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Joseph Donald Koenig D night 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1) 

Belleville Junior College 



Richard Louis Kohl Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountant- a 
Clark House 
House President (3, 4) ; Freshman Varsity 
Football Squad 

















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.Michael Robert Kohn Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
Star and Scroll; House President (4) ; Ac- 
countancy Club; Marketing Club 



John Mathias Kolb Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Ulini Campus Amvets Post 
No. 202; Navv Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Activities: A.I.E.E.-I.R.E., 
President (2); Student Engineering So- 
cieties Council; Student Congress 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Koncos Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Mansion 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Melvin William Korey Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech and Law 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 
The Daily Ulini (1,2); Freshman Varsity 
Baseball Squad ; Junior Bar Association 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



John Robert Korngiebel Danvitle 

Commerce 
Economics 
Chi Phi 
M.I. A. Executive Council (2, 3) ; Society 
for the Advancement of Management 



Raymond Korzonas Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Edmond Kosowski Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
International Affairs 
Barton House 
French Club; Little United Nations; Soci- 
ology Club 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Thomas Martin Kosturik Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Alpha Rho Chi 
A. I. A. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Richard Stanley Kotarski . . . . Chicago 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Delta Sigma Pi 

Navy Pier Activities: Debate Team (2) 
DePaul University; Northwestern Uni- 
versity; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 



Vincent Patrick Koth Chicago 

Commerce 
.1 ccountancy 
Illini Insurance Society; Marketing Club; 
Rho Epsilon 

Illinois Institute of Technology; Roose- 
velt College 



Martin Francis Kovacs, Jr Chicago 

Agriculture 
Dairy Production 
Newman Hall 
Chi Gamma Iota; Second Lieutenant, Array 
ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau ; Field and Fur- 
row; Horticulture Club 

Honors Day (3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Yoshio Koyasako Sacramento, Calif. 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.RE. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



TlLMAZ Kozacioglu Adana, Turkey 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
"Chi Epsilon 
Honors Day (1 ) 



Louis Paul Kraft Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
The Daily Illini (3,4); Spanish Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Arnold Irwin Kramer Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Noble House 
Delta Sigma Rho; The Daily Illini (3,4); 
Accountancy Club; Illini Forensic Associa- 
tion ; Praetorians 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Frank Joseph Kranz Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronaiitical Engineering 
I.A.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Joy Diane Kranzow Cicero 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Psychology 

Busey Hall 

University Theatre Cast (1) ; University 

Theatre Crew (1); W.A.A. (2); Orchesis 

<3) 



Mary Lou Krempel Downers Grove 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
The Illio (2) ; Illini Union Committee (2, 
3,4): University Theatre Crew (4) 
Monmouth College 








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Roy Carl Kress Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
University Choir (4) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Wilson Junior College 



Bertiiold Francis Krings 

Downers Grove 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 

Lyons Township Junior College 



Ronald Joseph Krolak Peru 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 

LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 



Kenneth Charles Krueger 

Arlington Heights 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Club Topper 
Ma-Wan-Da; M.I. A. Executive Council (2, 
3, 4), President (4); House President (2, 
3) ; Sno-Ball Committee, Co-Chairman (3) ; 
Young Republicans Club 



Jean Claire Kruger Homeuood 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Gamma House 
Alpha Chron; Gamma Alpha Chi; Oratorio 
Society (1.2); Terrapin (1,2) 



Elsie Lorraine Krumpe Peoria 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Delta Zeta 
Shi-Ai ; Sigma Alpha Iota; University 
Theatre Crew (1,2); W.A.A. (1,2,3); 
University Sinfonietta (4) ; University 
Orchestra (1,2,3,4); University Chorus 
(4); Panhellenic Ball Committee (2) 



Donald Anthony- Krzyzak Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemistry 

Newman Hall 

Omega Beta Pi; House President (4); 

Student Religious Council (1); Newman 

Foundation Student Council (1) 



Clarence Frank Kubala 

Doivners Grove 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Parade Ground Units 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Zeta 
Sigma Alpha; Accountancy Club 



Donald Roger Kudzma. . 
Commerce 
.1 ccountancy 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
Captain, Army ROTC 
Honors Day (1) 



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Nicholas John Kuhn Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Fournier Institute of Technology 



Robert Henry Kulak Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 

Cagle Hall 
Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Delta Chi; The 
Daily Mini (3, 4) 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Carole Jean Kullen . . . Western Springs 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Palamar 
Zeta Phi Eta; W.A.A. (3) 

Michigan State University ; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 



Harry Richard Kunesh Berivyn 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Alpha Delta Sigma; Society of Illustrators, 
President (4) ; Fine and Applied Arts 
Council (3,4); First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Phi Chi Eta 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Samuel Albert Kunin Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Barton House 
University Chorus (4) 

Navy Pier Activities: Letterman's Club 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; University of Michigan 



Christopher Victor Kukkel. .Granville 

Agriculture 

Dairy Production 

Sons' Home 

Agricultural Council (4) ; All-Ag Field 

Day Committee (1,2); Plowboy Prom 

Committee (1,2); Agriculture Club; Dairy 

Production Club, President (4) ; Hoof and 

Horn Club 



Sonja Kuoppala Waukegan 

Libera! Arts and Sciences 
English Literature 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (2,4); W.A.A. ( 1. 
2, 3, 4) ; German Club 



Donald John Kurr Niles 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
House President (3); German Club; Illini 
Campus Amvets Post No. 202 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Frederick Robert Kurz Springfield. 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; A.S.M.E. 
Springfield Junior College 



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June Anna Kurz May wood 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 

Busey Hall 
University Chorus (3, 4) ; Illini Christian 
Fellowship (3, 4) ; A.C.S. 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini; Uni- 
versity Choir; Student Engineering Soci- 
eties Council 
Honors Day ( 1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Stephanie Helen Kusek Chicago 

Commerce 
Commercial Teaching 
Delta Zeta 
University Theatre Crew (1,2); W.A.A. 
(1,2,3); Campus Chest Allocations and 
Advisory Board (3) ; Freshman Week Com- 
mittee (4); Accountancy Club; Business 
Education Club; Marketing Club 



Jerry Orval Kuykendall Qrayrille 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad ; Mc- 
Kinley Foundation Student Council (3) ; 
All-Ag Field Day Committee (1); Agri- 
cultural Education Club; Agriculture Club 



Edward Louis Kuzanek Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Economics 
Illini Insurance Society 

University of Michigan; University of 
New Mexico 



Wesley Ray Lackey Meloin 

Agriculture 
Dairy Science 
Granada Club 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Zeta Sigma 
Alpha ; Agriculture Club ; Dairy Production 
Club 
Honors Day ( 1) 



Edward John Ladewski Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Newman Hall 
Phi Kappa Phi ; Sigma Tau ; Tau Beta Pi ; 
Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert John Lahendro Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Theta Xi 
The Daily Illini (1,2,3,4); WILL (3,4) 



James Wilmont Lahey Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Newman Hall 
Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (2) 
Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Franklin Delano Lakins 

West Carrollton, Ohio- 
Journalism 
Advertising 
Evans Scholars 
Sigma Delta Chi; Second Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Infantry Club; Pershing Rifles 



John Henry Lamb, Jr Champaign 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Delta Sigma Phi 
A.S.C.E. 



Joan Lucile Lamberty Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 

Sherwood Lodge 
Sigma Alpha Iota ; University Theatre 
Cast (3) ; University Choir (2) ; University 
Chorus (2,3,4)- Women's Glee Club (2, 
3) ; Oratorio Society (3) ; A.C.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



David Lee Lampert Garden Prairie 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Illinois State Normal University 



Carolyn Elizabeth Land. .. .Ridge fa rm. 
Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Omicron Nu ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; Phi 
Upsilon Omicron; All-Ag Field Day Com- 
mittee (2, 3) ; Home Economics Council 
(4); Plowboy Prom Committee (2, 3); 
Home Economics Club, President (4) 
Honors Day (1,3) 



Caroline Julia Landis Urbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Italian 
Chi Omega 
University Theatre Crew (1); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1, 2, 3) 



Wilfred George Landreth . . . Elmhurst 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Sigma Nu 
House President (4) 



Joseph John Lang New York, N. Y. 

Engineering 
Communications 
Phi Kappa Phi; Chi Gamma Iota; Sigma 
Tan j Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta 
Kappa Nu ; Pi Mu Epsilon 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



William Joseph Lang St. Joseph 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Cyclothem Club 



George Langberg Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Clark House 
Phi Eta Sigma; Omega Beta Pi; German 
Club 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





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Robert Harry Lange Ricerdale 

Division of Special Services 
Political Science 
Newman Hall 
Gamma Delta ; Young Republicans Club 

Wilson Junior College; University of 
Maryland 



Donald Lee Lanier Decatur 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Men's Glee Club (1,2); Oratorio Society 
(1) : WILL (4) ; Disciples Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4) ; 
First Lieutenant, Air Force ROTC ; Arnold 
Air Society 



Richard James Lannon, Jr. . .Saunemin 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Sigma Pi 

Phi Eta Sigma ; Freshman Varsity Football 

Squad ; Captain, Army ROTC ; Infantry 

Club; Accountancy Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Lawrence Louis Lantero Chicago 

Engineering 

Civil Engineering 

Newman Hall 

Newman Foundation Student Council ; 

First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; A.S.C.E.; 

House President (3) 



Frank Anthony Laraia Maywood 

Commerce 
Economies 
Phi Kappa Tau 
Sachem; Star and Scroll; The Illio (1,2, 
3, 4), Associate Business Manager (4) ; 
Football Manager (1,2); Men's Glee Club 
(1,2,3); Illini Insurance Society; Rho 
Epsilon 
Honors Day (1) 



James Allan Larsen Racine, Wis. 

Commerce 

Management 

Illini Christian Fellowship (2,3,4); Rho 

Epsilon; Society for the Advancement of 

Management 

William Jennings Bryan University 



Byron Lawrence Larson Chicago 

Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.S.M.E. 

Wright Junior College 



Carl Shipley Larson Berwyn 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Kappa Delta Rho 
A.F.S.; A.S.M.E. 

Morton Junior College 



David Thomas Larson Milford 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Alpha Tau Alpha ; Agricultural Education 
Club 




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Secretarial Training 
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Grinnell College 



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Gerald George Lasko Cicero 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Graham Lodge 
Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Illinois Institute of Technology 



Kwok Chit Latt Hongkong, China 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E.; Chinese Students Club 



Verlin Albert Lauher Kansas 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Eastern Illinois State College ; Purdue 
University 



Paul Richard Lauschke, Jr.. . .Chicago 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Campus Chest (1); House President (4); 
A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (1) 



Suzanne Elfuen Lauschke Alton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Teacher Training in Biology 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Shorter Board; The Ulio (1); Campus 

Chest (2, 3) ; Campus Chest Allocations and 

Advisory Board (3) 



Robert David Lauson. . .Evergreen Park 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
A. LA. 

Wilson Junior College ; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Mary Frances Lavin Springfield 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Busey Hall 

Illinois State Normal University; Spring- 
field Junior College 



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Division of Special Services 
Geology 
Illinois Technograph, Editor (4) ; Cyclo- 
them Club; Illinois Rocket Society 






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Thomas Mark Lazar Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Tau Delta Phi 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3) ; Hillel Foun- 
dation Student Council (3, 4) ; Marketing 
Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Audrey Laznicka Berwyn 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Phi Chi Theta; University Chorus (2, 4); 
Illini Christian Fellowship (2, 3, 4) ; Ac- 
countancy Club; Marketing Club 

Navy Pier Activities: University Choir 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Loben Bert Leach Champaign 

Commerce 
Management 
Phi Delta Theta 
University of Miami 



Ronald Mutthew Leahy Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Sidney Alvin Leavitt Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Noble House 
M.I. A. Executive Council (3, 4) ; Accoun- 
tancy Club 

Navy Pier Activities : Pier Illini, Assist- 
ant Business Manager 

Honors Day (3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Arthur Joseph LeBlanc Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Illi-Knights 
Pershing Rifles 

Navy Pier Activities: Gymnastics Team 
(2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Paul Charles Lebloch Cicero 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Kappa Delta Rho 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Morton Junior College 



Richard Wilson Lee Marissa 

Journalism 
Publication Management 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (1); 
Captain, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air So- 
ciety 

Southern Illinois University 



Jack Leon Leftwich Buffalo 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Shawnee 
Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club 
Springfield Junior College 



Auguste Emma Lehman Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Alpha Sigina Nu; 
Major I (3); W.A.A. Numerals (2); W. 
A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Terrapin (1, 2, 3, 4), 
President (4); German Club; Physical 
Education Majors Club 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



John Richard Lehmann Doivners Grove 
Engineering 
Electrical. Engineering 
Wesmen 
Tau Beta Pi ; Eta Kappa Nu ; Wesley 
Foundation Student Council (2, 3, 4) ; Sec- 
ond Lieutenant, Air Force ROTC; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E.; Synton 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Nancy Carolyn Lehmer Champaign 

Agriculture 

Home Economics 

Y.W.C.A. Committee (1,2); Campus Chest 

(1); Gamma Delta; Home Economics 

Club; Marketing Club 



Kenneth Alexander Lehner. . .Chicago 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Campus Chest (2, 3) ; Freshman Varsity 

Football Squad; A.S.M.E. 



Robert Dwight Leigh East Lynn 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Skull and Crescent; Phi Epsilon Kappa; 
Varsity Basketball Squad (2, 3) ; Fresh- 
man Varsity Basketball Squad ; Freshman 
Varsity Baseball Squad; Physical Educa- 
tion Majors Club, President (4) 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Wayne Eugene Leighty 

Western Springs 
Engineering 
General Engineering 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Junior Interfraternity Council (3) ; Petty 
Officer First Class, NROTC 
Honors Day (2) 

Northern Illinois State College 



Marvin William Leiter Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Laui and Economics 
Marketing Club 
Honors Day (2) 

University of Chicago; Lake Forest Col- 
lege ; Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



James Lemke Palatine 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Sociology 

Delta Chi 

The Ulio (1); Military Ball Committee 

(3) ; Captain, Army ROTC; Infantry Club; 

Student Junior Chamber of Commerce 



Sidney Jacob Lemer. . . .New York, N. Y. 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

University Theatre Crew (3) ; Accountancy 

Club 













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Barbara Lexell Chicago 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Evans Hall 
Terrapin (3,4); W.A.A. (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Richard Elmer Lenke River Grot 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Gargoyle; A. I. A. 
Honors Day (S) 

Wright Junior College 



Robert Harold Lenke Elmhurst 

Engineering 
Electrical E ngineering 
Chi Phi 

A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Illuminating Engineering 
Society 

Illinois Institute of Technology 



Oscar Lennard Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Beloit College 



William James Lennon Winnetka 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geography 
St. Ambrose College 




Thomas Clyde Leonard Bethalto 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Beta Theta Pi 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; 
Pi Mu Epsilon; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2); 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2); A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Eugene Arthur Lersch Cicero 

Commerce 
Management 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 
Morton Junior College 



Frances Lorraine Less. . .Kenosha, Wis. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Continuation Program in Nursing 
Casita 

Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Ted Reuben Leth Oak Park 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Lundgren House 
Captain, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air So- 
ciety; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



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Marcia Anne Leuchteb Granite City 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Mathematics 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Mu Epsilon ; 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3) ; LAS Coun- 
cil (1,2,3,4); WGS Freshman Board 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



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Carole Adele Levertv 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Palamar 
Home Economics Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Howakd Harold Levey Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Lundgren House 
Alpha Delta Sigma ; University Theatre 
Crew (2) ; Marketing Club 



Rena Levin Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 

Phi Sigma Sigma 
W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Orchesis (3, 4): 
Freshman Week Committee (2, 3) ; French 
Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini; Cheer- 
leader 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Seymour Ronald Levin Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Medicine and Zoology 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
L.A.S. Council, President (4) 



Richard Rollin LeVon Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Granada Club 
Wright Junior College 



David Levy-Lombroso 

Barranquilla, Colombia, S.A. 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Sigma Alpha Mu 
Spanish Club 

University of the Atlantic; National 
University; University of the Andes 



Howard Levy Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




Robert Sherman Levy Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Law 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
Freshman Week Committee (2, 3) ; Junior 
Bar Association ; Spanish Club 
Honors Day (2) 



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Charles Edward Lewis Hersman 

Veterinary Medicine 
Veterinary Medicine 
Nabor House 
Y.M.CA. Committee (4) ; House President 
(4); Plowboy Prom Committee (2); Agri- 
culture Club; Student Veterinary Medical 
Association 



Shirley Ann Lewis Pekin 

Education 
English Education 
Delta Delta Delta 
Illini Union Committee (1); University 
Theatre Crew (1,2); Y.W.C.A. Committee 
(2); House President (4); Panhellenic 
Ball Committee (2) 
Honors Day (3) 



Maxine Libanofp Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
German Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Harvey Warren Liberman 

Knoxville, Tenn. 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Zeta Beta Tau 
A.S.M.E. 

University of Tennessee 



Gerald Earl Libman Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Noble House 
Hillel Foundation Student Council (3,4); 
Accountancy Club; Praetorians 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Hildegarde Margarete Liebscher 

Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Lois Rae Limberg Highland Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Shi-Ai; The Illio (1, 2) ; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (1, 2) 



William Richard Lindenmeyer Chicago 
Commerce 
Management 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Marketing Club ; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Loyal Lindgren .... Des Plaines 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Omega Beta Pi; Illini Union Committee 
(2, 3) ; Junior Interfraternity Council (2) ; 
Illini Sportsman's Club; Spanish Club 
North Park College 



Charles Hutchinson Lindrooth 

Chicago 
Engineering 
General Engineering 
Zeta Psi 
Interfraternity Council (2); Intramural 
Manager (2); S.A.E.; Marketing Club; 
Illinois Society of General Engineers 
Bryn Athyn Academy 



John Eric Lixdskold Rockford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Theta Chi 
Captain, Air Force ROTC 



Billy Gene Link Bimker Hill 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Football Marching Band (3) ; First Regi- 
mental Band (3) ; Second Regimental Band 
(2) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Blackburn College ; College of William 
and Mary, Norfolk Division 



Walter John Link Riverside 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
House President (4); Pershing Rifles; 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Tulane University 



Norma Cecelia Linkow Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Indeco 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; Campus Chest 
(2); W.A.A. (4); Women's Glee Club (1, 
2, 3, 4) ; Hillel Foundation Student Council 
<1, 2, 3) 



Daniel Lirot Aurora 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art 
Phi Gamma Delta 
Sachem ; Tribe of Illini ; Varsity Gym- 
nastics Squad (1, 2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 
4) ; Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC 



Barbara Ann Litman Waukegnn 

Education 
Education of the Deaf 
Iota Alpha Pi 
The Illio (1); University Theatre Crew 
(3) 



Larry Lee Livengood Villa Grove 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Agriculture Club ; Field and Furrow 
Eastern Illinois State Teachers College 



Janice Rose Locher Peoria 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Pi Beta Phi 
The Daily Illini (3, 4); Illini Union Com- 
mittee (4) ; Social Work Club; Sociology 
Club 

Beloit College 





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Anne Shockley Lockridge Park Forest 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Pi Beta Phi 
Indiana University 




John Richard Logan Lombard 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Lundgren House 
Scarab; Captain, Air Force ROTC 



Paul Victor Loitz Peotone 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Farm House 
Star and Scroll ; Alpha Zeta ; Illini Union 
Committee (1, 2) ; House President (3, 4) ; 
All-Ag Field Day Committee (1,2); Plow- 
boy Prom Committee (1, 2) ; Captain, Air 
Force ROTC; Agriculture Club; A.S.A.E.; 
Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club; 
Poultry Science Club 



Mary Lotus Long 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Alpha Delta Pi 
William Woods College 



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Marlys Joanne Lothson DeKalb 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
4-H House 
Phi Upsilon Omieron ; Plowboy Prom Com- 
mittee (3) ; Home Economics Club 
Iowa State College 



William Winthrop Lovett Geneva 

Veterinary Medicine 
Veterinary Medicine 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Phi Eta Sigma; Interfraternity Council (2, 
3); Agriculture Club; American Veteri- 
nary Medical Association 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Richard Lawrence Lower Rochelle 

Agriculture 
Horticulture 
Theta Xi 
House President (4) ; Newman Foundation 
Student Council (1, 2) ; Captain, Air Force 
ROTC; Arnold Air Society; Illini Sports- 
man's Club 



William Henry Loyd Champaign 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
A.S.M.E. 



Jo Anne Lucey Lake Bluff 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Chi Omega 
Shorter Board; Torch, President (3); Al- 
pha Chron; Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily 
Illini (1, 2, 3, 4), Copy Desk Editor (3), 
Campus Editor (3) ; Student Senate (2) ; 
Freshman Council 



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Edward Stephen Ltjczak Chicago 

Commerce 
Finance 
Psi Upsilon 
The Illio (1,2); Campus Chest (1); Fi- 
nance Club (3, 4) 



Hubert Joseph Ltjdwig Springfield 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Springfield Junior College 



Randolph Arlen Lund Chicago 

Engineering 
Ceramic Engineering 
Minawa Lodge 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); I. U.S.A. Bar- 
bershoppers (3); Student Religious Coun- 
cil (1); Baptist Student Council (4); 
Illini Christian Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 4); 
A.C.S. 



Thomas Earl. Lund Glen Ellyn 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Hunter Club 
Phi Kappa Pi; Chi Gamma Iota; Tau Beta 
Pi ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Pi Tau Sigma ; House 
President (3) ; First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Scabbard and Blade; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Arthur Lundh Champaign 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Gargoyle 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Illinois Institute of Technology 



Randolph Grosvenor Lundeen 

Blooniington 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Phi Delta Theta 
The Daily Illini (1) ; Illini Union Commit- 
tee (1); Campus Chest (1); Interfrater- 
nity Council (2,3); Captain, Air Force 
ROTC; Marketing Club 



Carol Jeanne 



Lundin. . .Elmwood Park 
Education 
Speech 
Pi Beta Phi 
Torch; Shi-Ai; Zeta Phi Eta; The Daily 
Illini (1) ; Major Chairman Jazz-U-LikeTt 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; Illini Union 
Council (3); Illini Union Committee (1,2, 
3,4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); Illini 
Forensic Association 



Joan Lorraine Lundstrom 

Prospect Heights 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Delta Gamma 
Torch; Shi-Ai; Alpha Lambda Delta; Illini 
Union Council (2) ; House President (2) ; 
Freshman Council ; Alumni Association 
Board (2) ; LAS Council 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Glenna Jeanne Lupton Peoria 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; Panhellenic 
Ball Committee (3); Accountancy Club; 
Marketing Club ; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 
DePauw University 

















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Don Joseph Lurito Elmwood Park 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. 



Ira Harold Lurvey Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Pi Lambda Phi 
Sigma Delta Chi ; The Daily Illini ( 1, 2, 3, 
4). Sports Editor (3); Illini Union Com- 
mittee (2, 3); Interfraternitv Council (1, 
2,3); WILL (3,4); Interfratemity Ball 
Committee (3) 

Wright Junior College 



Helen Francis Lusk Chicago' 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Busey Hall 
House President (3); English Journal 
Club 

Rosary College 



Richard Henry Luth Oak Lawn 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 



Margaret Ann Lynett Berwyt* 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Kappa Delta 
Student Senate (1, 2, 3} 
University of Wisconsin 



Frances Elizabeth MacDonald Urbana 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Illinois State Normal University; West- 
ern State Teachers College ; Glenville State 
Teachers College 



Will Allan MacDonald North East, Pa. 

Engineering 

Civil Engineering 

Gannon College; University of Dayton 



Eleanor Jean Machin Champaign 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Denison University 



Richard Donald Mackowak Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Engineering Council (3) ; Captain, Army 
ROTC; Society of American Military En- 
gineers; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; A.S.M.E.; Illinois 
Rocket Society; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- 
tion 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Frann Madison Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Wesmen 
Tomahawk ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Alpha Delta 
Sigma; The Daily Illini (1) ; Wesley Foun- 
dation Student Council (2,3,4); Market- 
ing Club 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



George Eldridge Magee 

Baton Rouge, La. 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 

Alpha Rho Chi 
Star and Scroll; Gamma Sigma Delta; Gar- 
goyle; Illini Union Council (3,5); Illini 
Union Committee (3, 4) ; Captain, Army 
ROTC; Scabbard and Blade; Society of 
American Military Engineers; Agriculture 
Club; A.I.A. 
Honors Day (2) 

Avron Barney Magram Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chem istry 
Medea Lodge 
M.I. A. Executive Council (3) ; House 
President (4); Major, Army ROTC; Scab- 
bard and Blade; Zeta Sigma Alpha; A.C.S. 




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Rosemary Virginia Malek Berwyn 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Evans Hall 
Carleton College 



Howard Irwin Malkin Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Pi Lambda Phi 
Illini Union Committee (1); Varsity Swim- 
ming Squad (2, 3) ; Freshman Varsity 
Swimming Squad; Dolphins (3); Fresh- 
man Week Committee (3); LAS Council 
(3,4); Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; 
Scabbard and Blade; Junior Bar Associa- 
tion 



Richard Edward Malkowski. . . .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Cyclothem Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




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Joseph Henry' Magrane. .Holyoke, Mass. 
Division of Special Services 
Electrical Engineering 
University of Dayton 



Alan Eugene Magrow Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Club Topper 
A.S.M.E. 

DePaul University ; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



Gerald Lee Mahoney Peoria 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu ; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 
Honors Day (2) 

St. Bede Junior College 



Richard Fredrick Maier Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
Sigma Tau; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Rose Marie Maier Marseilles 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Sigma Alpha Iota 
Marycrest College 



Rolland Eugene Main Altona 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2) ; House 
President (4) ; McKinley Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (2); Agricultural Council (3, 
4); All-Ag Field Day Committee (1,2,3, 
4) ; Plowboy Prom Committee, Chairman 
(3, 4) ; Agriculture Club; Dairy Produc- 
tion Club; Hoof and Horn Club, President 
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Edward Anthony - Mallaney 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 



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Richard Allen Malmquist 

LaGrange Park 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Chi Psi 
Illini Union Committee (1); Major, Air 
Force ROTC 



Howard Lowell Malstrom. . . .Ehnhurst 
Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Nabor House 
Captain, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air So- 
ciety; Agriculture Club; Field and Fur- 
row; Hoof and Horn Club; Horticulture 
Club 



Joseph Manelis Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Philosophy 
Newman Hall 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Mary Elizabeth Mangaoang. . . .Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Teacher Training in Biology 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 
University Chorus (3,4); Spanish Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Student Activity 
Honorary; University Choir (1,2) 
Honors Day (3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Chicago Professional College 



Marcia Lynn Manring Belleville 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Delta Zeta 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; Campus Chest 
(3, 4) ; Home Economics Club 
Miami University 






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David Allan Manthey Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Parade Ground Units 
Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (3,4). 
Night Sports Editor (4) 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Theodore Zeno Manuel, Jr. 

Winona, Minn. 
Division of Special Services 
Economics 
Kappa Alpha Psi 
Interfraternity Council (4) ; Rho Epsilon 
Roosevelt University; Sacramento Junior 
College ; Sacramento State College ; San 
Jose State College ; Northwestern University 



Herbert Diehl Makbach Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.- 
l.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Algirdas Henrikas Marchertas 

Chicago 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Newman Hall 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Shirley May Marco Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Finance Club 

H. Sophie Newcomb College 



Arthur Maresz Hillside, N. J. 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Parade Ground Units 
Captain, Army ROTC ; Scabbard and Blade 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Jerry Markbreit Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
Phi Eta Sigma; Freshman "Varsity Foot- 
ball Squad ; Second Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC 



Gerald Bubk Markland Peoria 

Commerce 
Economics 
Finance Club 

Bradley University; Temple University 




Frank Anthony Markvart Berwyn 

Commerce 
Management 
Kappa Delta Rho 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Morton Junior College 



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Joseph Francis Marley Chicago 

Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
Newman Hali 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Society 
of American Military Engineers; A.S.M.E. 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Carol Louise Marling Lincolnwood 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Illini Union Committee (3); University 
Theatre Crew (1); Y.W.C.A. Committee 
(1,2,3); W.A.A. (1,2); Second Regi- 
mental Band (2, 3, 4) ; University Choir 
(3,4); Oratorio Society (1,2,3,4) 



Joan Audrey Marmel Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Mask and Bauble ; National Collegiate 
Players; Illini Union Committee (1,2); 
Universitv Theatre Cast (1,2,3); Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (1,2,3,4); W.A.A. 
(3,4); Orchesis (3); LAS Council (3); 
Spanish Club 



John Raymond Marquis Colfax 

Agriculture 

Economics 

Phi Sigma Kappa 

Star Course Manager (1); Captain, Air 

Force ROTC; Agricultural Economics Club 



Mara' Louise Marshall Ricerside 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Spanish 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
The Daily Illini (1,2); Illini Union Com- 
mittee (2); Campus Chest (1) 



William Frederick Martens, Jr. 

Maywood 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Illini Campus Amvets 
Post No. 202; Illuminating Engineering 
Society ; Navy Pier Alumni Association 
Honors Day (1) 

Eastern Washington College of Educa- 
tion, Extension of Washington State Col- 
lege; Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Fred Owen Martikan Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Phi Kappa Phi ; Sigma Gamma Tau ; 
I.A.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Edward Martin Chicago 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Flagg House 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

City College of New York 



Joan Louise Martin Dixon 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Gamma House 
Omega Beta Pi; W.A.A. (1,2,3); House 
President (4) ; German Club 



Kenneth John Martin Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Fournier Institute of Technology 



Larry Dale Martin Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
Star Course Manager (2); Y.M.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1) ; A.S.C.E. 



Lorenzo Elmer Martin Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Social Science 
Kappa Alpha Psi 
Varsity Track Squad (4) ; French Club; 
Social Work Club 



Raymond Walter Martin Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Martinez Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Spanish 
Sigma Delta Pi; Spanish Club 



Alakico Caetano Ludwig Mascarenhas 
Sao Paulo, Brazil, S.A. 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Ann Ridinger Mason A wrora 

Education 
Library Science 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
The Illio (2) ; Illini Union Committee (2, 
3); University Theatre Crew (3); Y.W. 
C.A. Committee (2, 3) 
Lawrence College 



Robert Matanky Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Accountancy Club 

Loyola University; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



William Edward Matheny 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Division of Special Services 
Journalism 
College Hall 
The Daily Illini (2) ; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (3) ; University Chorus (3, 4), 
President (4) ; Illini Christian Fellowship 
(3,4); Illini Forensic Association 

Virginia Polytechnic Institute; William 
and Mary College 













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YVli.lard Edward Mathews Chicago 

Commerce 
Economics 
Alpha Kappa Psi; Commerce Council (4): 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Illini 
Insurance Society: Rho Epsilon; Society 
for the Advancement of Management 
Wright Junior College 



Paul Kiyoshi Matsui. . . .Lanai, Hawaii 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geography 
Noble House 
University of Hawaii 



Irene Laura Matthews Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Chi Omega 
Kappa Delta Pi ; University Theatre Crew 
(1,2,3); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1,2) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Clyde Eugene Mattson Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical E n ginee ri n g 
Parade Ground Units 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Kenneth Henry Mauer Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Rogers House 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Ronald Herbert Maurer Delavan 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Acacia 
Y.M.C.A. Committee; Men's Glee Club (1) 



Sandra Maurer Springfield 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Art Education 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

The Illio (2); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2); 

Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); House President 

(4) ; LAS Council (1) 



George Walter Mayeske Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Parade Ground Units 
House President (3) 

Morgan Park Jr. College ; Wilson Jr. Col- 
lege ; Washburn University ; Kansas Uni- 
versity 



Eleanor Frances Mayne Peoria 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Illini Union Committee (1) ; Star Course 
Manager (1, 2); Panhellenic-W.G.S. Co- 
ordinating Committee (3, 4) ; House Presi- 
dent (4) 
Honors Day (3) 












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Division of Special Services 
Sociology 
Parade Ground Units 
Phi Eta Sigma ; Illini Campus Amvets 
Post No. 202; Rifle and Pistol Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Richard Mazvi; \ck Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Charles Allen McBride, Jr. Waukegan 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Theta Xi 



Dennis Francis McCarron Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Newman Hall 
Tribe of Illini ; Varsity Wrestling Squad 
(2,3), Letter (3); Freshman Varsity 
Wrestling Squad ; First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC ; Society of American Military Engi- 
neers ; Cyclothem Club 



James McCarthy Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Marketing 
Flying Club ; Illini Campus Amvets Post 
No. 202; Illini Insurance Society; Market- 
ing Club ; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 

DePaul University 



Carol Ann McCarthy Oregon 

Commerce 

Secretarial Training 

Alpha Delta Pi 

The Illio (2) ; University Theatre Crew 

(2) ; Women's Glee Club (1, 2) ; Business 

Education Club 



Irene Elizabeth McCarthy 

River Forest 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Palamar 
Sullins Junior College 



Jerome Joseph McCarthy East St. Louis 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Kappa 
Skull and Crescent ; Accountancy Club 



James Terry' McCollum Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Alpha Delta Phi 
Channing-Murray Foundation Student 
Council (1,2,3,4); First Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC ; Society of American Military 
Engineers ; Cyclothem Club 



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Michael McCray Newburgh, Ind. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Skull and Crescent; Campus Chest (4); 
Interfraternity Council (2, 3, 4) : House 
President (4) ; Campus Chest Allocations 
and Advisory Board (4) 



Edna Tawzer McCue Equality 

Agriculture 
Some Economics 
McKinley Hall 
Agricultural Economics Club: Home Eco- 
nomics Club 

Stephens College 



Charlotte King McDonald Alton 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Advertising Design 

Alpha Xi Delta 

Shi-Ai; Gamma Alpha Chi; The Daily 

Illini (2); Illini Union Committee (1,2, 

3 ) ; University Theatre Crew ( 1 ) 



Fred William McDowell Elmhurst 

Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
Theta Delta Chi 
Alpha Phi Omega ; University Theatre Man- 
ager (2, 3) ; University Theatre Crew (1) ; 
Interfraternity Council (2) ; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (1) ; Captain, Army 
ROTC; Phalanx; A.F.S.; A.S.M.E. 



Carol Lea McElhany Decatur 

Commerce 
Secretarial Training 
Sherwood Lodge 
Millikin University 



George Edward McFarland. .Springfield 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Delta Tau Delta 
A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E. 

DePauw University 



Helen Fredrique McFarland 

Higliland Park 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Star Course Manager (4); Terrapin (1) 



Patrick Joseph McGuire Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Granada Club 
Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad ; Accoun- 
tancy Club 
Honors Day (1) 



James Alan McIntosh. .Evergreen Park 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Mary Florence McKee 

Niagara Falls, N. ¥. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Stratford House 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Gamma Alpha Chi; 
Society of Illustrators; The Illio (1) ; Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (4) ; Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1) ; W.A.A. (3) 
Honors Day (1,2,4); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



William David McKillip. 
Education 
Mathematics 
Knox College 



.Biverside 



Hugh Robert McMaster Altona 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); Pershing Rifles; 
Agricultural Economics Club; Agriculture 
Club; A.S.A.E. 
Honors Day (1) 

Western Illinois State College 



Kathleen Ann McMillen Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

History 

Palamar 

The Illio (1); University Theatre Crew 

(1) ; Newman Foundation Student Council 

(1,3,4) 

Loyola University 



Helen Marie McNabb Eewanee 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Mini Union Committee (3, 4) ; University 
Theatre Crew (4) ; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2) ; 
W.A.A. (3) 
Cottey College 



Ruth Louise McNabb Decatur 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Presby Hall 
Mortar Board ; Torch ; Alpha Chron ; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Phi Upsilon Omicron; 
Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2) ; Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1); McKinley Foundation Student 
Council (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Home Economics Club 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Robert Louis McNally. . .Morton Grove 

Commerce 

Management 

Delta Chi 

Star and Scroll; Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 

2) ; Varsity Tennis Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter 

(4); Freshman Varsity Tennis Squad; 

Dolphins (2, 3, 4) ; Major, Air Force 

ROTC; Finance Club 



Thomas James McNamara Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

Granada Club 
Chi Gamma Iota; Pi Tau Sigma; Newman 
Foundation Student Council (3,4); A.S. 
M.E. ; Ulini Campus Amvets Post No. 202 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Chicago Junior College 



Barbara Ben McNeill Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Delta Gamma 
Ulini Union Committee (1, 2); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1, 2); Panhellenic Ball Com- 
mittee (2) 












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William Herbert McNier, Jr. Bockford 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Newman Hall 
Tomahawk; University Choir (1); Military 
Ball Committee (3) ; Captain, Army ROTC; 
Military Council ; Pershing Rifles ; Ac- 
countancy Club 



Shirley Ann McVicab Bloomington 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English Literature 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Phi Kappa Phi ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; 
Ulini Union Committee (1) ; LAS Council 
(1) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



Gerald Wayne McWard Vrbana 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Agricultural Council (3,4); Poultry Sci- 
ence Club, President (3, 4) 




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Alan Don Mead Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



James Halsey Mead Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Lundgren House 
A.I.A. 

Navy Pier Activities: Basketball (2); 
Golf (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



William Joseph Meade Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Social Studies 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Joseph Mecozzi . . . Chicago Heights 
Commerce 
Management 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Interfraternity Council (2) ; House Presi- 
dent (4) ; Major, Army ROTC; Alpha Rho 
Tau; Scabbard and Blade 
Honors Day (1) 



Michael Panagiotes Megaloeconomos 
Athens, Greece 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Elaine Golda Mehlman Glencoe 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Major Chairman Block I Illini Union Com- 
mittee (4) ; Illini Union Committee (2, 3) 
University of California at Los Angeles 



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Jo Ann Melahn 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Phi 

Elgin Community College 



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Hrvhory Melntk Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Aii George Melville Waukegan 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Mansion 
Engineering Council (3) ; M.I.S. 

John William Melvin Oollinsville 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Flagg House 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 
Honors Day (3) 

Alan Carl Menge Harvard 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 

Beverly Jane Menz Highland 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Gamma Phi Beta 

Illini Union Committee (1); Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (1,2); W.A.A. (1,2); Physical 

Education Majors Club 

Sanford Bruce Mer Harvey 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-M edict ne 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
Phi Eta Sigma; Omega Beta Pi 

Roger John Mercer Toulon 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; Marketing Club 

Northern Illinois State Teachers College 

John Gardner Meredith Buda 

Journalism 
Publication Management 
College Hall 



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Jack Meshulam Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Noble House 
Marketing Club 

Herzl Junior College ; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 

Karl Edward Meurlot Decatur 

Commerce 
Finance and Economics 
Varsity Baseball Squad (3, 4) ; Captain, 
Air Force ROTC ; Finance Club; Illini 
Insurance Society- 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Northwestern University 

Ann Meyer Chicago Heights 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Indeco House 
Illini Union Committee (3) 

Gerald Yale Meyers Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Noble House 
Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily Illini (4); 
House President (3) ; Marketing Club 
Wright Junior College 

Robert Donald Michaels Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Major, Army ROTC; Infantry Club; Mili- 
tary Council 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

John Leonard Michel Sterling 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Sigma Pi 
Chi Epsilon; Illini Union Committee (1, 
2) ; Military Ball Committee (3, 4) ; Major, 
Air Force ROTC; Scabbard and Blade; 
A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (1) 

Otis Eugene Michels Rinard 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; 
A.S.C.E., President (4) 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Dalia Vaclova Miecevicius. . . .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Evans Hall 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Kay Frank Mihevc Waukegan 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Granada Club 
Captain, Army ROTC ; Society of American 
Military Engineers; A.S.C.E. 



Kestutis Arnulph Miken as . . . . Chicago 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
A.I.A. 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Francis Milano Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Newman Hall 
Illini Union Committee (2) ; Accountancy 
Club; Marketing Club; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 



Raymond Lowell, Miles Coultcrville 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
A.S.C.E.; I.T.E. 

Southern Illinois University 



Darlene Joyce Miller Posen 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
T-Dorms 
Campus Chest (3); Major I (4); W.A.A. 
Numerals (3); W.A.A. (2,3,4); Physical 
Education Majors Club 
Thornton Junior College 



Edward Irwin Miller Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Flagg House 
Omega Beta Pi; LAS Council (2,3,4) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



Georgia Miller Moliue 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Delta 
Shi-Ai; Star Course Manager (1,2); Ter- 
rapin (1,2) 



Gerald Keith Miller. .Logansport, Ind. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Northwestern University 



Gerald Ray' Miller McClnrc 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Education 
Lookout Manor 
Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Tau 
Alpha; Illini Christian Fellowship (1,2,3, 
4) ; Agricultural Council (3, 4) ; Major, 
Army ROTC ; Zeta Sigma Alpha; Agri- 
cultural Education Club; Agriculture Ciub 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Madonna Lou Miller O'Fallon 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Petite Maison 
Shorter Board ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; 
Theta Sigma Phi: The Daily Illini (3,4); 
W.A.A. (1, 2); Channing-Murray Founda- 
tion Student Council (1, 3, 4), President 
(4) ; Illini Forensic Association 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 




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Marvin Miller Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Tau Delta Phi 
The Daily Illini (2); Campus Chest (3); 
Pershing Rifles; Marketing Club 



Mary Lytnn Miller Hinsdale 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Zoology 

Kappa Delta 

Alpha Lambda Delta; The Daily Illini (1) ; 

The Illio (2,3); Illini Union Committee 

(1) 

Honors Day (1, 2) 



Mildred Anne Miller llayuood 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
The Illio (3) ; Illini Union Committee 
(2); University Theatre Crew (2,3) 
University of Colorado 



Nancy Lee Miller Lincoln 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Teacher Training in Spanish 

Alpha Omicron Pi 

Torch; Sigma Delta Pi; The Daily Illini 

(1. 2) ; Star Course Manager (2) ; Spanish 

Club 



Robert Earl Miller Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Economics 
Illini LTnion Board (2) ; Illini Union Coun- 
cil (2) ; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 



Thomas Adams Miller Brazil, Ind. 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Delta Tau Delta 
Campus Chest (3) ; Varsity Football Squad 
(2, 3) ; Freshman Varsity Football Squad 



Warren Palmer Miller. . Lawrence cille 
Division of Special Services 
Social Studies 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Sociology Club 

University of Maryland 



Peter Anthony Minerva Chicago 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Granada Club 
Pi Mu Epsilon; House President (4); Sec- 
ond Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Alpha Rho 
Tau ; Phalanx 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Peter Michael Miskinis Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




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Charles Joseph Mitch Springfield 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Zeta Psi 

Skull and Crescent; S.A.E. 



Ai/i'a Miriam Mitchell- Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
University Chorus (4) 

Wright Junior College; Beloit College: 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
I llinois 



Frank Robert Mitchell Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Fournier Institute of Technology 



Kenneth Edward Mitchell. . . .Chicago 
Commerce 
Management 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Rodger Malcolm Mitchell Chicago 

Commerce 
Advertising 
Tau Delta Phi 
Alpha Delta Sigma; Campus Chest (3); 
Marketing Club 



Roscoe Elsworth Mitchell, Jr. 

Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Kappa Alpha Psi 
Alpha Phi Omega; First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Allen Mitzenmacher Roclcford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Lundgren House 
Nu Beta Epsilon; House President (4); 
Junior Bar Association 
Honors Day (1) 



George Ryoji Mizuguchi 

Pahala, Hawaii 
Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Cosmopolitan 
Phi Epsilon Kappa ; Physical Education 
Majors Club 

University of Hawaii 



Duane Virgil Moberg East Moline 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Graham Lodge 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; M.I.S. 
Moline Community College 






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David Wilson Moblev J/(. Sterling 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Agricultural Economics Club; Agriculture 
Club ; Hoof and Horn Club 
Culver-Stockton College 



William Donald Moll Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

I 'hrmislry 



Newman Hall 
Scimitar 

Wright Junior College 



Nancy Ann Mongerson St. Charles 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
The Illio (1,2); Y.WC.A. Committee (1, 
2, 3) 



Richard Martin Monson Downers Grore 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Triangle 

Pi Tau Sigma; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; A.S.M.E.; 

Rifle and Pistol Club 

North Central College; Illinois Institute 
of Technology 



Helen Mae Moody Roclcford 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Alpha Sigma Nu ; W.A.A. Board (3,4), 
President (4); W.A.A. Numerals (3); 
W.A.A. (1,2,3,4); Physical Education 
Majors Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Frank Patrick Moolin, Jr Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Triangle 
Major, Army ROTC; A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Donald Wayne Moon HerricJc 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Phi Kappa Phi ; Chi Gamma Iota ; Tau 
Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon; 
Pi Tau Sigma; Captain, Army ROTC; 
Military Council; Scabbard and Blade; 
A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E. 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Sung Moon Seoul, Korea 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Wesmen 
Phi Lambda Upsilon ; Wesley Foundation 
Student Council (4) 

Seoul National University 



Barbara Frances Moore Galesburg 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Delta Pi 
The Illio (1,2); Mini Union Committee 
(3); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1,3,4) 



Doris Lucille Moore Belvidere 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Sociology 

w escoga 

Y.W.C.A. Committee (4) ; House President 

<4) ; Wesley Foundation Student Council 

(4) 

Park College 



Elliot Robert Moore Lake Forest 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
The Daily Illini (1): Senior Class Treas- 
urer (4); LAS Council (1,2); Senior An- 
nouncements Committee (4) ; Senior Ball 
Committee (4); Junior Bar Association; 
Young Republicans Club 



Lester Dale Moore Ellery 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

Southern Illinois University 








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Marilyn June Morine Hennepin 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
4-H House 
Shorter Board ; Phi Upsilon Omicron ; 
Illini Union Committee (2) ; W.G.S. Execu- 
tive Council (3); House President (4); 
Home Economics Club ; Rural Life Club 



Barbara Ann Morris Genera 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Torch; Alpha Lambda Delta; The Daily 
Illini (1,2); Star Course Manager (2) 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Fred Stanley Morris Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Four Columns 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




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Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Sigma Delta Pi; The Illio (1); Spanish 
Club 



Joan May Moran Waukegan 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Rosewood 
Alpha Chron; W.A.A. Board (3); W.A.A. 
(1, 2, 3, 4) ; Terrapin (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Physical 
Education Majors Club 



Laurence James Moran Riverside 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Thcta Delta Chi 
Pi Tau Sigma, President (4): A.F.S. ; 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Stephen Moreland Urbana 

Education 

Industrial Education 

Glider Club; Industrial Education Society 



John Beaumont Morgan Urbana 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 

Minawa Lodge 
Sigma Tau President (3); Chi Epsilon 
House President (4) ; Football Marching 
Band (2,3,4); First Regimental Band 
(2,3,4); Illini Christian Fellowship (2, 
3,4); Lieutenant Colonel, Army ROTC ; 
Scabbard and Blade ; Society of American 
Military Engineers; A.S.C.E. 

Westmont College 

Lawrence Philip Morgenthaleb 

Lombard 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Newman Hall 
A.C.S., President (4) 
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Leslie Merwyx Morris Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Newman Hall 
Student Religious Council (1,2); Market- 
ing Club ; Praetorians 



Ella Joan Morrison Princeton 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Delta 
Illini Union Committee (1); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (2,3); Panhellenic Ball Com- 
mittee (1) 



Ronald G-add Mosby Vrbann 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Greek 

McGarvey Foundation Student Council (4) 



Fredric Arthur Most Mayuood 

Commerce 

Economics 

Varsity Tennis Squad (3,4), Letter (3, 
4) : Tribe of Illini 
Purdue University 



Robert Bruce Most Mayuood 

Commerce 

Economics 
Delta Tau Delta 
Phi Eta Sigma; Commerce Council (1,2); 
Illini Insurance Society; Rho Epsilon (4) 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Melvyn Mozinski Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Tau Epsilon Phi 
Alpha Delta Sigma; The Illio (1); Illini 
Union Committee (1); Star Course Man- 
ager (2) ; Interfraternity Council (2, 3) ; 
Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Fresh- 
man Week Committee (3, 4) ; Marketing 
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Commerce 
Economics 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
The Daily Illini (3); Commerce Council 
(3); Marketing Club: Rho Epsilon. Presi- 
dent (3,4); Society for the Advancement 
of Management 



Gloria Jean Muczynski Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Evans Hall 
The Daily Illini (3) 

Navy Pier Activities : Pier Illini 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Barbara Ann Mueller Minier 

Education 
Education of Mentally Handicapped 
Children 
Torch ; Uli-Sota 



Donald Frederick Mulkins Canton 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Koinonia 
Illinois Technograph (1); University Bap- 
tist Foundation Student Council (4) ; Ma- 
jor, Air Force ROTC ; A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E.; 
S.A.E. 



Kenneth Vincent Mullen Havana 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Sigma Pi 
Men's Glee Club (1); Physical Education 
Majors Club 




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Journalism 
Advertising 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Gamma Alpha Chi ; The Daily Illini ; New- 
man Foundation Student Council: Market- 
ing Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert LeRoy Murphy. . 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Parade Ground Units 
Marketing Club 



. Chicago 



Thomas Louis Murphy SpringfteXdL 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.S.M.E. ; S.A.E. 

Springfield Junior College 



Clyde Jack Murray- Glen Eltyn 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Mansion 
Scabbard and Blade; Marketing Club; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management 
Honors Day (1) 



Jacqueline Augusta Murray 
Education 
E nglish 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 1 
Terrapin (3) 

Thornton Junior College 



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Miriam Jeanne Mullen Havana 

Physical Education 
Dance 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Torch; Orchesis (2, 3, 4) 
University of Wisconsin 



John Alvin Mullinax. .at. Joseph, J/». 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Accountancy Club; Mar- 
keting Club 

St. Joseph Junior College; Missouri Val- 
ley College 



Judith Munnis Champaign 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Omicron Nu 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

University of Arizona 



LENOS Garrah Muret Sulphur, La. 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Skull and Crescent; Eta Kappa Nu ; House 
President (3) ; Military Ball Committee 
(3); Ensign, NROTC; Navy Council; 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 





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Christine Muse Chicago 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Alpha Kappa Alpha 

Phi Delta Kappa; Illini Union Committee 

(3) ; University Theatre Crew (3) : W.A.A. 

(3) 

Chicago Teachers College 



Stuart Musick Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
Alpha Delta Sigma; Intel-fraternity Coun- 
cil (2); Marketing Club; Rho Epsilon; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management 



Forest David Musselman Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.CE. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Harold David Myatt Greenvillt 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Greenville College 



Paul Leon Myers Chicago 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Psi Upsilon 
University Theatre Cast (2, 3) ; Captain, 
Army ROTC ; Infantry Club 



Kevin Michael Myles. . .Downers Grace 
Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Theta Chi 
The Illio (1,2); Interfraternity Council 
(2) ; Freshman Week Committee (4) ; Cap- 
tain, Army ROTC ; Armed Forces Amateur 
Radio Club; A.F.S. ; M.I.S. 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Robert Howard Nachenbebg . . .Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Phi Epsilon Pi 



Charles LaDell Nagel LaGrange 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Medicine and Philosophy 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Omega Beta Pi; University Theatre 
Crew (3, 4) ; Interfraternity Council (2, 3) 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Donald Maynard Nagel Elm.hurst 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Phi Gamma Delta 
Illini Union Committee (1,2): Campus 
Chest (1); Major, Air Force ROTC; Ar- 
nold Air Society; S.A.E. 



Ethel Naiditoh Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
EKT Club 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3) ; Campus 
Chest (2) ; W.A.A. (2, 3,4) 



Mohammad Akbab Nasebi 

Jaghury, Afghanistan 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 



Jane Esther Naylor Barrington 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Alpha Phi 
University Theatre Crew (3); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (3, 4) 

Vanderbilt University 



Russell Eugene Neathammer Centralia 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Beta Alpha Psi ; Accountancy Club 
Centralia Junior College 




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Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Wescoga 
Alpha Chron; W.A.A. (1,2,3,4); First 
Regimental Band (1,2); Illini Christian 
Fellowship (1,2,3,4); Physical Education 
Majors Club (1, 2, 3, 4) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Brttce Woodward Nelan Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Granada Club 
Sigma Delta Ohi; The Daily Illini (3,4) 

Navy Pier Activities : Pier Illini 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Alan Walter Nelson Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Fnurnier Institute of Technology 




Audrey Lois Nelson Altona 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
4-H House 
Shorter Board; Phi Upsilon Omicron, 
President (4) ; Illini Union Committee (3) ; 
W.A.A. (1,2,3,4); McKinley Founda- 
tion Student Council (3) ; All-Ag Field Day 
Committee (2); Home Economics Council 
(3,4); Plowbby Prom Committee (1) ; 
Home Economics Club; Illini Rural Ob- 
server (1,2) 
Honors Day ( 1) 

Barbara Helen Nelson Morris 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Alpha Phi 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Gamma Alpha Chi; 
Theta Sigma Phi ; Illini Union Committee 
(1); University Theatre Crew (1,2); 
Women's Glee Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Donald Lee Nelson Mackinaw 

Agriculture 
G cue ra I A g ric u I tare 
Tara Hall 
Alpha Zeta; Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily 
Illini (3); Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2); Y.M. 
C.A. Committee (2) ; Agricultural Council 
(3) 
Honors Day (2) 



Helmer Jonas Nelson Mt. Prospect 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Illini Union Committee (3); Marketing 
Club; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 



Jeanne Helene Nelson Oak Lawn 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
T- Dorms 
Honors Day (2) 

University of Minnesota ; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



John Hugo Nelson, Jr Chicago 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Lundgren House 
University Chorus (4); A.S.M.E.; Market- 
ing Club ; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 







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Engineering 
.1 gricultural Engineering 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
Illini Union Committee (2); A.S.A.E. 



Billy Gale Newman Belleville 

Commerce 
Aecovm.ta.ncy 

Southwest Missouri State College 



Prank Arthur Newton Crete 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Browery 
Marketing Club 

Thornton Junior College 



Betty Elaine Nicholson Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Leeman Lodge 
Honors Day (2) 
Cornell College 



Johnny Leonard Niebrzydoski 

Royalton 
Engineering 
General Engineering 
Barton House 
Southern Illinois University 



David John Nightingale. . .Toivson, Md. 

Journalism 

Editorial 

Sigma Pi 

Sachem; Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini 

(1. 2, 3, 4), Sports Editor (4) 



Clark Edward Niss Elgin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Elgin Community College 



Jack Sheldon Nitzkin Chieago 

Commerce 
A ccov ntancy 
Phi Sigma Delta 
Illini Union Committee (1,2); Accoun- 
tancy Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Alvin Joseph Noftz Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Cagle Hall 
Beta Gamma Sigma ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Alpha 
Kappa Psi; Sigma Iota Epsilon; Accoun- 
tancy Club; A.I. A. 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



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Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Club Topper 
Phi Epsilon Kappa; House President (4); 
I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (4) ; Physical 
Education Majors Club 



John Hoffman Nordin Chicago 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Agricultural Economics Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Kenneth Elmer Nordlaf Skokie 

Journalism 
Publication Management 
Minawa Lodge 
Illini Christian Fellowship (1,2,3,4) 



Phyllis Nordlof Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Social Studies 

T- Dorms 

W.A.A. (1, 2) ; House President (3) ; Illini 

Christian Fellowship (1,2,3,4); Physical 

Education Majors Club 



Donald Richard Noren Lake Villa 

Division of Special Services 
Economics 
Parade Ground Units 
Young Republicans Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



James Richard Norkewicz Cicero 

Commerce 

Management 

Newman Hall 

Alpha Kappa Psi; I. U.S.A. Barbershoppers 

(3, 4) ; Society for the Advancement of 

Management 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Charles Francis Norman Fulton 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Northern Illinois College 



David Edwin North Rockford 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Captain, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air So- 
ciety; A.S.M.E. 



Joan Frances Novak Berwyn 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 

Busey Hall 

W.A.A. Numerals (2); W.A.A. (1,2,3, 

4) ; Terrapin (2, 3, 4) ; Physical Education 

Majors Club 

Morton Junior College 



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Charles Richard Novitz Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Journalism 

Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (3, 

4); Assistant City Editor (4); Alumni 

Association Board (3,4) 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini, Editor 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Miroslaw Noyszewski Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Sigma Phi Delta 
Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



James Joseph Nyka Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Chi Phi 
Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (1); 
Illini Union Committee (2) 



Virgil Lee Oakman Bushnell 

Division of Special Services 
Journalism 
The Daily Illini (4) ; WILL (4) ; Ac- 
countancy Club 
Sophia University 



Mary Ellen O'Connor Blue Island 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Marycrest College 



Bruce Stuart Odom Oalc Park 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (3); 
University Theatre Cast (4) 
Missouri Valley College 



David John O'Donnell Bericyn 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Parade Ground Units 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202 
Honors Day (1) 



Arlene Anne Oedzes Chicago 

Education 
History 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Kappa Delta Pi 

Thornton Junior College 



Kian Cheong Oei 

Surabaia, Djaiva, Indonesia 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Eureka College 





















CHARLES Ernst Off LaGrange 

Division of Special Services 
Architecture 
Psi Upsilon 
Star Course Manager (2,3,4); A. I. A. 
Honors Day (3) 
University of Iowa 



Albert Isami Ogata. .Honolulu, Hunan 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

University of Hawaii 





Harvey Dennis Ogren. .Downers Grove 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.F.S. ; S.A.E. 





Duck Choo Oh Seoul, Korea 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Presby Hall 
Honors Day (2) 
Stephens College 



.1 ai Kki 'N Oh Seoul, Korea 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 




Ki Chang Oh Seoul, Korea 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 




Dwight Jerome Ohala. .Highland Park 

Agriculture 

Agricultural Engineering 

Evans Scholars 

Varsity Wrestling Squad (1, 2) ; A. S.A.E. 



John Thomas Ohlendorf. .Calumet Park 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Social Studies 
Thornton Junior College 



Celia Jean O'Keefe Carrier Mills 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Illini Union Committee (1) ; Women's Glee 
Club (1) 

Washington University 



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Evanston 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
( 'hemistry 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Rufus Oldham Bowen 

( 'oininerce 
l ccountancy 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Tomahawk; Campus Chest (2); Accoun- 
tancy Club (3) 
Honors Day (1) 



'Stella Olfanos Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Wright Junior College ; North Park 
College; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 



Louis Oling Elwood 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi ; Sigma Gamma Tau, Presi- 
dent (4) ; I.A.S. 
Honors Day (3) 

Juliet Junior College 



Carol Mae Oliver. . .Battle Creek, Mich. 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Shorter Board ; Torch ; Major Chairman 
Dances Illini Union Committee (3); Major 
Chairman International Fair Illini Union 
Committee (4); Illini Union Council (3,4) 



Norwood Deneen Oliver. .. .Springfield 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Society of Illustrators; University Chorus 
(2) 

University of Colorado 



Rosamond Louise Olmsted. . .Oal; Purl 
Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Illini Union Committee (3); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (3); Terrapin (3,4) 
Swarthmore College 



Harold Waldemau Olofsson... 
Physical Education 
Physical Education 

Physical Education Majors Club 
Wilson Junior College 



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Howard David Olsex Chicago 

Education 

Ele me ii I ar y Education 
Loyola University; Illinois Institute of 
Technology; Wright Junior College 



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Raymond Angus Olsen, Jr Harvey 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Browery 

Marketing Club (3, 4), President (4) 
Thornton Junior College 



Marshall Weldon Olshekke 

Forest Park 
Commerce 
Management 
Theta Xi 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Thomas John Olson. . .Milwaukee, Wis. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha Chi Sigma 
A.C.S. 



Owen William O'Neill Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Noble House 
The Daily Illini (3) ; Newman Founda- 
tion Student Council (3, 4) ; Intramural 
Rec Board (3) 
Honors Day (1) 

Chicago City Junior College; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 



Carol Ann Osborne Detroit, Mich. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Young Republicans Club 
DePauw University 



John Francis O'Sullivan Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; Illini Campus Amvets 
Post No. 202 ; Navy Pier Alumni Associ- 
ation 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Ronald Ernest Oswald Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in German 
Cagle Hall 
German Club 

Wright Junior College 



John Preston Overshiner . .Champaign 
Commerce 
Marketing 

Phi Delta Theta 

Wabash College; University of Florida 



Brian Morgan Owens Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Alpha Rho Chi 
A. I. A. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Carolyn Ann Owens LaOrange 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Kappa Delta 
Home Economics Club; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (3) 

Lyons Township Junior College 



John- Edward Owens Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Granada Club 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Wilson Junior College: Indiana Uni- 
versity : Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 



Wii.i.i \.\i Owens Springfield 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha Delta Gamma 
Student Senate (3) 

Springfield Junior College; Quincy Col- 
lege 



Rudolph Stanley Paige .... Champaign 
Division of Special Services 
Civil Engineering 
Chi Gamma Iota; Alpha Kappa Psi ; So- 
ciety of American Military Engineers 
Honors Day (4) 
Utah State College 



Robert Lee Palermo 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 

Pbi Kappa Psi 
University of Arkansas 



. Chicago 



Mary Barr Palmer Aurora 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Theta Sigma Phi 
Honors Day (1) 



William Ronald Palmer Onarga 

Law 

Law 
Phi Eta Sigma; The Daily Illini (2.3). 
Senior Salesmanager (3); Senior Class 
President (4) ; Senior Announcements 
Committee (4) ; Senior Ball Committee 
Chairman (4) ; Junior Bar Association 
Honors Day ( 1, 2) 



John - Ralph Papaleo Melrose Park 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Tomahawk Lodge 
House President (4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Bernard Joseph Pape Berwyn 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Granada Club 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 









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Carolyn Frances Park Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Delta Delta Delta 
The Daily Illini (1); University Theatre 
Crew ( 1 ) 
Honors Day (2) 



Lowell Edward Parker Hamilton 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Chi Phi 
Pi Tau Sigma; Interfraternity Council (2, 
3); Major, Air Force ROTC; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Howard Edwin Parr New Holland 

Agriculture 

Agronomy 
Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof 
and Horn Club; Illini Sportsman's Club 



William Eugene Paschke, Jr. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Alpha Rho Chi 
Fine and Applied Arts Council (4) ; 
A LA.; Fine and Applied Arts Society 
University of Wisconsin 



Frank Joskimi Passarello Chicago 

Engineering 
Merlin tiiral Engineering 

Lewis College of Science ana' Technology 



Carole Sce Patrick Rockford 

Education 
Etc m c ntn ry E ducat io n 
Preshy Hall 
Kappa Delta Pi; Illini Union Committee 
(1); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); McKinley 
Foundation Student Council (3,4); Illi- 
Sota 
Honors Day (3) 



Joan Colleen PaTTON . . . West Frankfort 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music Education 

Alpha Gamma Delta 
Sigma Alpha Iota; The Daily Illini (3): 
Illini Union Committee (3); Concert Band 
(4) ; First Regimental Band (3) ; Women's 
Glee Club (3); Oratorio Society (4); 
Baptist Student Union Foundation Student 
Council (3) 
Honors Day (3) 

Baylor University 

Algts Paulius Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Philosophy 
Newman Hall 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



John Francis Paulius. 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Marketing Club 



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William Payson Pearre Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Skull and Crescent; University Theatre 
Cast (3,4); House President (4); Fresh- 
man Varsity Basketball Squad 



Edwin John Pechous. . .Downers Grove 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Phi Alpha Theta ; Tribe of Illini; Varsity 
Tennis Squad (2), Letter (2) ; Freshman 
Varsity Tennis Squad; Junior Bar Associ- 
ation 
Honors Day (2) 



Florene Dee Pell Springfield 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Illinois State Normal University 



James Loren Pence Stronghurst 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Beta Alpha Psi ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Don Richard Pennington Pana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Granada Club 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); University Choir 
(1); Oratorio Society (1); First Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC ; Pershing Rifles; So- 
ciety of American Military Engineers; Cy- 
clothem Club 



Max Kent Penwell Pana 

Commerce 
General Marketing 
Phi Delta Theta 
Skull and Crescent; Varsity Track Squad 
(2, 3) ; Varsity Cross Country Squad (3) ; 
Football Manager (1); Petty Officer First 
Class, NROTC ; Illini Insurance Society ; 
Marketing Club 



William Francis Perenchio. . .Harvard 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
University Choir (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Oratorio 
Society (3) 
Honors Day (3) 



Glenwood Roy Perkins. . .Morocco, Ind. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Delta Sigma Omieron 



Robert John Perlick Chicago 

Commerce 
Finance and Management 
Phi Eta Sigma; Student Religious Council 
(1,2,3,4); Finance Club; Illini Forensic 
Association ; Rho Epsilon ; Young Republi- 
cans Club 
Honors Day (1. 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois ; University of Florida 



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Norman Perlmutter Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Tau Delta Phi 
Campus Chest (3) ; Interfraternity Council 
(2); Marketing Club (3,4) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Ruth Ellen Perls Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Gerald Raymond Perlstein. . .Chicago 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; Navy 
Pier Alumni Association ; Society for the 
Advancement of Management 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Donald Douglas Perry Danville 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Lux Mundi 
Military Ball Committee (3); Petty Officer 
Second Class, NROTC; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Elizabeth Perry Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Wilson Junior College 



Marilyn Ann Perry Adrian 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Alpha Omieron Pi 
Shi-Ai; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1, 2, 3); WILL (3, 4); Home- 
Economics Council (1, 2, 3) ; Plowboy 
Prom Committee (2, 3) ; Home Economics 
Club 



Carlo Amatore Pesce Chicago- 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 

Newman Hall 
Sigma Tau; Eta Kappa Nu ; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



David Phillip Peskind Belleville 

Commerce 
Management 
Zeta Beta Tau 
Sachem; Illini Union Committee (2,3); 
Board of Fraternity Affairs (3.4); Inter- 
fraternity Council (1,2,3,4); Freshman 
Week Committee (2, 3, 4) : Interfraternity 
Ball Committee (2.3); Military Ball Com- 
mittee (3); Captain, Army ROTC: Alpha 
Rho Tau; Phalanx; Junior Bar Associa- 
tion; Marketing Club; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 

Stanley Meyer Peskind Belleville 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Zeta Beta Tau 
Sachem; Star and Scroll: Major Chair- 
man Illini Town Meetings Illini Union 
Committee (2) ; Illini Union Committee 
(1,2); Campus Chest (1,2): Student 
Senate (3) ; Campus Chest Allocations and 
Advisory Board ; Illini Board of Control 
(2,3,4); Major, Army ROTC: Phi Chi 
Eta, President (3); Scabbard and Blade; 
Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Bruce Allen Peterson Elmhurst 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Society of Illustrators; Varsity Golf Squad 
(2, 3); Freshman Varsity Golf Squad 



Donald Peterson Rockford 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Theta Chi 
Accountancy Club 
Augustana College 



Donald Lerov Peterson Chicago 

Commerce 
Management and Marketing 
Delta Phi 
Star and Scroll; Illini Union Committee 
(3); Interfraternity Council (2.3,4); 
Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad; In- 
tramural Rec Board (3); Marketing Club; 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 



Keith Gerald Peterson Rock ford 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Illini Union Committee (1,2); Interfra- 
ternity Council (2) ; Student Senate (1, 
2) ; Marketing Club 



Richard Petrelewicz Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
I.A.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Herbert Christian Pettersen, Jr. 

LaGrange Park 
Commerce 
Insurance 
Alpha Kappa Psi : Football Marching 
Band (1,2); First Regimental Band (1, 
2); Commerce Council (3,4); Illini In- 
surance Society 
Honors Day (3) 

Lyons Township Junior College 



Jack Duane Pettis Rockford 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Theta Chi 
Football Marching Band (1,2); First 
Regimental Band (1,2); Major, Air 
Force ROTC ; Arnold Air Society; Persh- 
ing Rifles 



Rolland Gene Pettit Wyoming 

Agriculture 
Agriculture Education 
Nabor House 
Tomahawk; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2. 3); 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (2,3); Wesley Foun- 
dation Student Council (3) ; Agricultural 
Education Club; Agriculture Club; Hoof 
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Commerce 

Marketing 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Patrick Andrew Petty Taylorville 

Commerce 
Management 
Rogers House 
Accountancy Club; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 



Dino Augustino Pezzato Erie, Pa. 

Physical Education 

Physical Educa t ion 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
University Chorus (1,2); Physical Educa- 
tion Majors Club (3, 4) 



Calvin Seymour Pfeffer Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Philosophy 
Navy Pier Activities: Basketball (1) 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois; Roosevelt University 



Robert George Pheanis 

Chicago Heights 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geography 
Theta Xi 
Illini Union Committee (3); Star Course 
Manager (1,2); Campus Chest (2); Dol- 
phins (2); Military Ball Committee (3); 
Captain, Army ROTC; Infantry Club; 
Phalanx; Gamma Delta; Illini Insurance 
Society: Illini Sportsman's Club; Student 
Junior Chamber of Commerce 

Ai. freda Celeste Phelps Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music Education 

Busey Hall 

University Theatre Crew (3): W.A.A. 

Board (4); W.A.A. (4); Spanish Club 

Roosevelt, University 



Patrick John Phillips Ashkum 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Freshman Varsity Football Squad ; Varsity 
Baseball Squad (2); Freshman Varsity 
Baseball Squad; Marketing Club; Society 
for the Advancement of Management 



David Waldon Pickard, Jr. 

Temple City, Calif. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Sigma Pi 
Scarab; Dolphins (2) 



James Joseph Piechocki Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 

Newman Hall 
Illinois Technograph (3,4); Engineering 
Council (4); I.A.S., President (4) 

Navy Pier Activities: Student Engineer- 
ing Societies Council (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 




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Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Chi Omega 
Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delia: 
House President (4) 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Edward Henry Pietraszek Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Marketing 
Oregon House 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

DePaul University; Northwestern Uni- 
versity 



Meline Pilibosian Waukegan 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Sigma Kappa 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Omega Beta Pi; 
Illini Union Committee (2) 
Honors Day (1) 



Joan Pilot Bern yn 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Rosewood 
Major Chairman Service Dances Illini 
Union Committee (3); Illini Union Com- 
mittee (1, 2) 
Honors Day (1) 



Richard Leon Pingry Chicago 

Commerce 

Insurance 
Major. Army ROTC; Scabbard and Blade: 
Zeta Sigma Alpha, President (4): Mili- 
tarv Council; Illini Insurance Society 



Patricia Elizabeth Pink Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
T-Dorms 
Campus Chest (3) ; Physical Education 
Majors Club 

DePaul University 



Anton Pinter, Jr Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Design 
Cagle Hall 
A. LA. 

Wilson Junior College ; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Richard Patrick Pisoni Herrin 

Commerce 
Insurance 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (4) ; Commerce Coun- 
cil (3); Illini Insurance Society; Market- 
ing Club 

Southern Illinois University 



Raymond Wesley Pitchford. .Nashville 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Sigma Iota Epsilon: Commerce Council 
(2. 3, 4), President (3); Accountancy 
Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



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Gene Prank Pizzato Highland Park 

Commerce 
Management 
Evans Scholars 
Marketing Club 



George Andrew Placzek 

Westfield, Mass. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Clark House 
Illini Christian Fellowship (3,4); Anthro- 
pology Club; Cyclothem Club; French 
Club; Illini Sportsman's Club; Young 
Democrats Club 



Merle Owen Plagge Riverdale 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Thornton Junior College ; Hope College 



Martin Algirdas Plonus. . . . Waukegan 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Noble House 
Sigma Tau; Eta Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



James Charles P ly' mi re. .. .Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

History 

University Theatre Cast (4) ; Lutheran 

Foundation Student Council (1,2,3,4) 



Paul Duane Poe Rock Island 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
Rifle and Pistol Club; S.A.E. 
St. Ambrose College 



Frank Matthew Polancic Ottawa 

Commerce 
Finance 



Richard Arthur Polinski Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Newman Hall 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; A.S.C.E. 



Lee John Polowick Bellwood 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Parade Ground Units 
Military Ball Committee (4) ; 
Colonel". Army ROTC: Alpha 



Lieutenant 
Rho Tau ; 



Pershing Rifles, President (2); French 

Club; German Club; Marketing Club; 

Navy Pier Alumni Association 
Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 

of Illinois 



Stuart Don Pomtian 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 

A.I .K.E.-I.R.E. 



. Chicago 



Ronald Ensley Poole Evanston 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Alpha Delta Phi 
Arnold Air Society; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



James Marvin Porter Bloornington 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Illinois State Normal University 



Ruth Louise Post Mattoon 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Evans Hall 
Eastern Illinois State College 



Franklin David Postula. . . Tilla Park 
Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Lux Mundi 
Tan Beta Pi ; Sigma Gamma Tau, Presi- 
dent (4) ; I.A.S. 
Honors Day (3) 
Elmhurst College 



Richard Joseph Powers Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Newman Hall 
Phi Eta Sigma; Newman Foundation Stu- 
dent Council, President (3) 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Indiana University; Lake Forest College 



Sylvia Theresa Powers Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Arthur Elliott Price Litchfield 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; University Theatre 
Crew (1); Football Marching Band (1,2, 
3,4); First Regimental Band (3.4); Sec- 
ond Regimental Band (1,2); Men's Glee 
Club (2,3,4); German Club 



David England Pbimm. .Downers Gror 
Commerce 
Economics 
Marketing Club 

Lyons Township Junior College 















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Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Chi Omega 
Shorter Board; Shi-Ai : The Daily Illini (1, 
2); Illini Union Board, Director (4); Ma- 
jor Chairman Coffee Hours Illini Union 
Committee (3); Illini Union Council (3); 
Freshman Week Committee (4) 



Joanne Jeanine Puckert 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Busey Hall 
The Daily Illini (1); Illini Union Com- 
mittee (1,2); University Theatre Crew 
(1); Freshman Week Committee (3,4); 
Sno-Ball Committee (1); Social Work 
Club; Spanish Club 

.\1 uiy Purcell Streator 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Phi Mu 
The Daily Illini (2); 
Hon Student Council 
Club 

Marycrest College 



Newman Founda- 
(2,3,4); French 



Jane Andrea Purdv West Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
French 
Ruste Amies 
Ripon College 



Betty Lee Purnell Tupelo, Miss. 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Mortar Board; Torch: Shi-Ai; Alpha 
Lambda Delta ; Phi L'psilon Omicron ; The 
Illio (2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1): Cam- 
pus Chest (1,2,3,4); Panhellenic Execu- 
tive Council (3): House President (4): 
Terrapin (1,2); Campus Chest Allocations 
and Advisory Board (3,4); Freshman 
Week Committee (3) 
Honors Day (1) 

Joyce Ann Putnam Freeport 

Fine and Applied Arts 
.1[iisic Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Sigma Alpha Iota; University Orchestra 
(2, 3) 

Emporia State Teachers College 



Marie Margaret Putnam .... Champaign 

Agriculture 
LJome Economics 
Theta Upsilon 
Gamma Alpha Chi; Y.W.C.A. Committee 
(4); All-Ag Field Day Committee (3); 
Plowboy Prom Committee (3); Home 
Economics Club; Marketing Club 



William Phifer Quinn, Jr. 

Balboa, Canal Zone 
Engineering 
General Engineering 
Theta Xi 
Men's Glee Club (3); Oratorio Society (3, 
4), President (4); Flying Club; Glider 
Club, President (4) 
Bradley University 



Victor Rabinowitch Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Biology 




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Engineering 
General Engineering 
Phi Delta Theta 
Skull and Crescent ; Phi Eta Sigma : 
House President (4) ; Colonel, Air Force 
ROTC; Illini Sportsman's Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



Barbara Kay Ransdell 

.1 rlington Heights 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Presby Hall 
Alpha Lambda Delta; The Daily Illini 
(1); W.A.A. (2,3,4); Spanish Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Robert Phillip Rashkow Chicago 

Commerce 
Banking and Finance 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
Star and Scroll; Illini Union Committee 
(1, 2) ; Finance Club 



Irene Louise Rasmussen Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Biology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Phi Kappa Phi ; Alpha Lambda Delta 
Honors Day (1,2,3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois; DePaul University 



John Delbert Ray Murphysboro 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. 
Southern Illinois State Teachers College 



Eldin Eugene Rea East Alton 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1) 



William Hugh Rebman Rushville 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Chi Gamma Iota; Sigma Tau; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



Hans Ray Rebsamen Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Freshman Varsity Gymnastics Squad ; 
A.F.S • A.S.M.E. 



Virginia Ann Reda Berwyn 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 

Busey Hall 
Mortar Board; W.A.A. Board (1,3) 
Major I (3); W.A.A. Numerals (2) 
W.A.A. (1,2,3,4); Physical Educatioi 
Majors Club 
Honors Day (1) 

Morton Junior College 

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Division of Special Services 
Economics 
Centralia Junior College; Southern Illi- 
nois University 



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Daniel Lester Rees, Jr. 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Football Marching Band (3, 4) ; First 
Regimental Band (3,4); Wesley Founda- 
tion Student Council (3,4) 
Millikin L T niversity 



Dale Owen Reese Newman 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Cyclothem Club 



Donald Raymond Reichel Peoria 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Flagg House 
Tomahawk ; Alpha Phi Omega ; Concert 
Band (1, 2, 3. 4); Football Marching 
Band (1,2,3,4); First Regimental Band 
(1,3); A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 



Gordon Lowell Reichert Farina 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Sieina Pi 
Agricultural Council (3, 4) ; Field and 
Furrow 

Eastern Illinois State College 



John Charles Reichwein Elgin 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Theta Xi 



Ellis Edmund Reid Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Political Science 

Kappa Alpha Psi 

Alpha Phi Omega; Intel-fraternity Council 

(3); House President (3); Captain, Army 

ROTC; Illini Forensic Association 



William Arthur Reimer Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Rogers House 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E.; German Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Marilyn Jane Reinhart. .KirJcivood, Mo. 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Shorter Board, President (4); Torch; 
Alpha Sigma Nu; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2, 
3); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); Campus 
Chest (1,2,3); W.A.A. Numerals (3); 
W.A.A. (1,2,3); Terrapin (1,2,3,4) 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



John Crittenton Reis Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 

Newman Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Robert Reitsch Rockford 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Delta Theta 
Tribe of Illini; Varsity Basketball Squad 
(2); Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad; 
Varsity Golf Squad (2,3,4), Letter (2, 
3, 4) ; Freshman Varsity Golf Squad 



Tunell George Rembos. . . .River Forest 
Engineering 
/ ndustrial Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.C.S.; A.I.E.E.-T.R.E.; A.S.M.E. 



Mathew Joseph Remec Chimin, 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu 
Epsilon ; Education Forum (2); A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Robert Rexfer Vrbana 

Education 
Industrial Education 
Industrial Arts Club 
Eastern Illinois State College 



Ronald Dean Renn TTcst Frankfort 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Sigma Pi 
Tribe of Illini; Varsity Football Squad 
(2,3,4), Letter (2,3); Freshman Varsity 
Football Squad 



John Asiier Replogle Charleston 

Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Illini Christian Fellowship (1,2,3,4); 
Engineering Council (3,4); A.S.A.E., 
President (4) 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



John Samuel Resh Winnebago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 



Sanford Hugh Reuning. . Wellsville, N.T. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Music 
University Sinfonietta (2, 3, 4) ; Univer- 
sity Orchestra (2, 3, 4) 

New York State Teachers' College 











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Virginia Lee Rexroat Alton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Illini Union Committee (1); Universitj 
Theatre Crew (1); Panhellenic Ball Com- 
mittee (1); German Club 



Wayne Herman Reynolds Danville 

Commerce 

Retailing 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (3,4); Marketing 
Club 




Syed Kazim Reza Hyderadad, India 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Indian Students Association 

Nizam College; Osmania University 



Dennis Keith Rezabek May wood 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Roberta Weingart Rezits. . . .Evanston 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music Education 

Delta Phi Epsilon 

Sigma Alpha Iota; University Sinfonietta 

(1,2,3,4); University Orchestra (1,2, 

3,4) 



Wayne Augustus Rhoades. .StttsonvUle 
Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu 
Epsilon; Captain, Air Force ROTC ; Phy- 
sics Society 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



ROGER Allan Rice Marseilles 

Engineering 
Median ical E ngineering 
A.S.M.E. 

LaSalle Junior College 



Elizabeth Anne Rich Lansing 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Philea 
The Illio (3, 4) ; University Theatre Crew 
(3) ; House President (4) 
Thornton Junior College 



Richard Murray Richards Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 

108 Club 

Captain, Army ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau; 

Navy Pier Alumni Association ; Physical 

Education Majors Club 

Navy Pier Activities : Varsity Letterman 
Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



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Elementary Education 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 

University Theatre Crew (2); Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (1,2,3); Women's Glee Club 

(1, 2) 



Thomas Lovell Richardson ... Elmhurst 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Alpha Chi Rho 
Chi Gamma Iota; Tan Beta Pi; Phi Eta 
Sigma ; Eta Kappa Nu ; Pi Mil Epsilon ; 
Ilhni Union Committee (1, 3) ; Star Course 
Manager (2) ; House President (3) ; 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



James Merle Rick 

Journalism 
Editorial 
The Daily Illini (3) 



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William Darrell Ridley. .. .TaylorcWe 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors (4); Varsity 
Basketball Squad (2, 3, 4); Freshman 
Varsity Basketball Squad; Varsity Base- 
ball Squad (3, 4); Physical Education 
Majors Club 



Paul Eugene Rieke Beddick 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Illi-Dell 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (2,4); House Presi- 
dent (4) ; All-Ag Field Day Committee 
(2,3,4); Plowboy Prom Committee (1, 
2,3); Agriculture Club; Field and Fur- 
row; Hoof and Horn Club; Horticulture 
Club; Rural Life Club 



Ronald Charles Rilott Manteno 

Agriculture 
Economics 
Illi-Dell 

Alpha Zeta; Alpha Phi Omega (1,2); 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); All-Ag Field Day 
Committee (2, 3) ; Agricultural Economics 
Club; Agriculture Club; Field and Fur- 
row; Hoof and Horn Club; Illini Sports- 
man's Club; Rural Life Club 



Dwight Fisher Ringhausen. . . .Hardin 
Agriculture 
Dairy Technology 
Calhoun Hall 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (2) ; Student Re- 
ligious Council (3,4); McKinley Founda- 
tion Student Council (3, 4) ; Dairy Tech- 
nology Society; Young Republicans Club 



William David Ristow. . . . Des Plaines 
Commerce 
Finance 
Finance Club, President (4) ; Illini Cam- 
pus Amvets Post No. 202 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Howard Harold Ritter Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Cagle Hall 

Accountancy Club; A.I.A. ; Marketing 
Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association; 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
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Physical Education 
Physical Education 
T- Dorms 
Campus Chest (3) ; Orchesis (4) ; Physical 
Education Majors Club 
DePaul University 



Charles Archibald Robertson. Cliicago- 
Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
The Mansion 
Alpha Phi Omega; M.I.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Thomas Dale Robertson Chicago 

Commerce 

Management 

Chi Gamma Iota; Sigma Iota Epsilon; 

A.I.A. ; Society for the Advancement of 

Management 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



JOHN William Robinson. . Blue Mound 
Agriculture 
Food Technology 
Theta Ni 
Interfraternity Council (3); Food Tech- 
nology Association, President (4) 



Frederic Mason Robison Danville 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Delta Tau Delta 
Interfraternity Council (2, 3) ; Men's 
Glee Club (1); Accountancy Club: Finance 
Club; Illini Sportsman's Club; Marketing 
Club; Society for the Advancement of 
Management; Young Democrats Club 
Honors Day (3) 



William George Robson ( hicago 

Engineering 
Ceramic Engineering 
Theta Xi 
Keramos; Illini Union Committee (1,2, 
3) ; Interfraternity Council (2) ; Gymnas- 
tics Manager (1); Illinois Technograph 
(1,2); Engineering Council (2, 3, 4); 
A.C.S. ; Glider Club; I.A.S. ; Illinois Rocket 
Society 



John Henry Roecker 

Iron Mountain, Mich. 
Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Barton House 
House President (3) ; Second Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC ; Scabbard and Blade; Physics 
Society 



Thomas Alvin Roerig Urbana 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; Illini Campus Amvets 
Post No. 202 



Davis Arthur Roeske Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Kappa Sigma 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Major, Army ROTC; 
Military Council 



Robert Louis Rogei Toliet 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E.; Illini Figure Skating Club 
Joliet Junior College 



Charles Howard Rogers Texico 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Delta Tau Delta 
Skull and Crescent; Freshman Varsity 
Baseball; Marketing Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Meyric Kirk Rogers Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Psi Upsilon 
University Chorus (3) 

Oberlin College; Art Institute of Chicago 



Francis Vincent Roggio . . . Wood River 

Commerce 
Management 
Kymo Kasino 
Society for the Advancement of Manage 
inent 
Honors Day ( 3 ) 

Galesburg Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Charles Roiihi, Chicago 

Engineering 
Physics 
Sigma Tau 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



George Zoenek Rohel Chicago 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Tau Beta Pi 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



William Edward Roiir Carlyle 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi; Ac- 
countancy Club, President (4) ; Marketing 
Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

University of Oklahoma 



Ross David Rolander Rockford 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Commerce Council (3, 4) ; Marketing Club 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Stanley Theodore Rolee . . . . Kankakee 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Chi Psi 
Skull and Crescent; Phi Eta Sigma; Chi 
Epsilon; House President (4); A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 





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Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Theta Chi 
Major, Air Force ROTC ; Arnold Air So- 
ciety, President (4) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Lawrence Earl Roovaart Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Morgan Park Junior College; Illinois 
Institute of Technology 




VlVlENNE LUCILE ROSE Alton 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Campus Chest (1); Accountancy Club; 
Marketing Club 
Honors Day (1,2) 



Martha Ann Rosebraugh Danville 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Torch; Phi Kappa Plii: Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Gamma Alpha Chi, President (4); 
Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily Illini (1); 
Illini Union Committee (2); University 
Theatre Crew (2); Campus Chest (1.2, 
3); Campus Chest Allocations and Ad- 
visory Board (2); Panhellenic Board of 
1 II a i rs 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Barbara JoAnn Rosenberg Chicago 

Liberal Arts ami Sciences 
Teacher Training in Geography 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
House President (4); Orchesis (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Sheldon Harold Rosenberg. . .Chicago 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Flagg House 
Football Marching Band (2,3); First 
Regimental Band (1,2); Second Regi- 
mental Band (2,3); Hillel Foundation 
Student Council (3); Accountancy Club; 
Praetorians ; Rho Epsilon ; Young Demo- 
crats Club 



Sylvia Ruth Rosenberg Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Liberal Arts and Sciences General 



Richard Sumner Rosenkeld. . .Chicago 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Painting 
Parade Ground Units 
Art Institute of Chicago; Illinois Insti- 
tute of Technology ; Colorado Springs Fine 
Arts Center 



Jerome Jesse Rosenthal. .Edu-ardscillc 

Engineering 

Ceramic Engineering 

Medea Lodge 

Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Keramos ; 

A.C.S. 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
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Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
lota Alpha Pi 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Delta Pi; 
The Daily Illini (3); Spanish Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Hki.ua Ross Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Evans Hall 
Teachers-in-Training Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Robert Walter Rossmiller. . . .Quincy 

Law 

Law 

Berkshire Terrace 

Alpha Kappa Psi ; House President (4); 

Junior Bar Association ; Marketing Club ; 

Young Democrats Club 



Robert Clarence Roush . . . . Woodstock 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Beta Theta Pi 
Tribe of Illini; Basketball Manager (1, 
2,3); Senior Football Manager (4); Ath- 
letic Council, President (4) ; Captain, Air 
Force ROTC ; Arnold Air Society ; Scab- 
bard and Blade; Marketing Club 



Stanley Judson Routh 

Baton Rouge, La. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Alpha Rho Chi 
Chi Gamma Iota; Gargoyle; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Illini Union Committee (3,5); 
Interfraternity Council (2, 3); House 
President (5); Fine and Applied Arts 
Council (5); Military Ball Committee (4); 
Lieutenant Colonel, Army ROTC; Armed 
: "~ry Council; Scab- 
iety of American 
A.I.A. 




Forces Council; Military Council; Scab 

bard and Blade; Soc : -' 

Military Engineers; A.I.A. 

Honors Day (1,2,3,4); University of 

Illinois Scholarship Key 

Lino Rovina Billsboro 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 



Earl Murray Rubin May wood- 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Sigma Alpha Mu 
The Daily Illini (1, 2, 3, 4), Advertising 
Manager (3) ; Illini Union Committee 
(1. 2, 4); Campus Chest (3); Accoun- 
tancy Club: Illini Forensic Association; 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 



Sheldon Bernard Rubin Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 

Loyola University; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



Martha Irene Ruckman Mansfield 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
McKinley Hall 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (2, 3) ; Campus Chest 
(1,2); U. of I. Student Chapter Ameri- 
can Recreational Society ; Physical Educa- 
tion Majors Club 

















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Donald Joseph Ruder Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Pournier Institute of Technology 



Alice Marie Rudwall Cicero 

Agriculture 
Hospital Dietetics 
Sigma Kappa 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2); N.S.A. 
Senate Subcommittee (2); Student Re- 
ligious Council (3,4); Lutheran Student 
Foundation Student Council (2, 3, 4) 
Roosevelt College 



Nancy' Carol Ruehrdanz Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Alpha Delta Pi 
University Theatre Crew (3) 
Lawrence College 



Alberto Ruiz. .Medelline, Colombia, S.A. 
Commerce 
Economics 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Universidad de Antioquia; Universidad 
de los Andes 



JOAN Catherine Rush Mt. Carroll 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Theta Upsilon 
Illini Union Committee (2); University 
Theatre Crew (2); Y.W.C.A. Committee 
(2); House President (4); Panhellenic 
Ball Committee (2) 
Shinier College 



Phyllis Gordon Ruttenbero. Waukcgan 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 



Leonas Sabaliunas Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
International Affairs 
Newman Hall 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Robert Allen Sachs. ... Woodside, N.T. 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Theta Delta Chi 
I. U.S.A. Barbershoppers (3); A.S.C.E. 

Hofslra College; University of Wiscon- 
sin 



Larry- Richard Sadler Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Clifford Thomas Safrahsxi. . .Chicago 
Division of Special Services 
Psychology 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment: Sociology Club, President (3) 

Wright Junior College; University of 
Maryland 



Kenneth Martin Sale Farmington 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Alpha Delta Sigma ; Y.M.C.A. Committee 
(3); Chief Petty Officer, NROTC ; Ger- 
man Club; Marketing Club 



Lawrence Benjamin Sallberg 

Sycamore 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Granada Club 
Alpha Phi Omega; Accountancy Club; 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Northern Illinois State College 



Beverly Joan Salzman Neoga 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Busey Hall 
W.A.A. (1, 3. 4) 



Felipe Samper. . . .Bogota, Colombia, S.A. 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 

National University; University of the 
Andes 



Eileen Faye Sampson BlacJcstone 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
The Daily Ulini (1,2,3); Illini Union 
Committee (2); University Theatre Crew 
(1); Star Course Manager (2); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1); Women's Glee Club 



Alvin Samuels Paragould, Ark. 

Engineering 
Petroleum Engineering 
Phi Epsilon Pi 



Richard Keith Sanderson Pckin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Washington University 



Leslie Jordan Sandlow Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Medicine and Psychology 
Flagg House 
Omega Beta Pi; Psi Chi; Sno-Ball Com- 
mittee (3); Illini Sportsman's Club 





















Howard Laverne Sandlund. . . .Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music Education 

Minawa Lodge 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; House President 
(4) ; Concert Band (3, 4) ; Football 
Marching Band (1,2,3,4); First Regi- 
mental Band (1, 2) ; Men's Glee Club (4) ; 
Illini Christian Fellowship (1,2,3,4) 

Northwestern University 



James Harrison Sands Bock Island 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Augnstana College 




Martha Sanford Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Pi Beta Phi 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Zeta Phi Eta; Uni- 
versity Theatre Cast (1); Army Sponsor 
(3) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Mary Sanford Champaign 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Pi Beta Phi 
Kappa Delta Pi ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (1) 
II..i.„rs Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Doris Edith Sapeer Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Kappa Delta Pi ; Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica 
Honors Day ( 1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Don Willard Sargent Saunemin 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Club Esquire 
Agricultural Economics Club 



Eui Sato Olaa, Hawaii 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

University of Hawaii ; Michigan State 
University 



Howard Savage Willoiv Springs 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Captain, Air Force ROTC ; M.I.S. 
University of Chicago 



John Henry Sayles Chicago 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Triangle 

Alpha Phi Omega; A.I.Ch.E. ; Christian 
Science Organization; M.I.S. ; Synton 
Illinois Institute of Technology 



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Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Mortar Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Mask and 
Bauble; Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily 
Illini (1); Illini Union Committee (2,3); 
University Theatre Manager (2, 3, 4); 
University Theatre Cast (1,2); Univer- 
sity Theatre Crew (1); Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (3); Panhellenic Executive Council 
(3) 

Robert Walter Schaefer 

East, St. Louis 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi; Petty Officer Second Class, 
NROTC; A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



William Schafer Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Clark House 
Omega Beta Pi 
Honors Day (1. 2) 



Martin Bennett Schapfer Chicago 

Pine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Gymnas- 
tics Squad (1,2), Letter (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Louis Everett Schairer. . . .Burlington 

Agriculture 

Vocational Agriculture 

Nabor House 

Alpha Tau Alpha; Campus Chest (3) ; All- 

Ag Field Day Committee (3); Agricultural 

Education Club; Agriculture Club; Hoof 

and Horn Club 

Northern Illinois State Teachers College 



Donald William Schaumberger 

Chicago 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Sigma Alpha Mu 
Freshman Week Committee (3) ; Illini In- 
surance Society ; Marketing Club ; Rho 
Epsilon 



Erwin William Schawacker, Jr. 

St. Louis, Mo 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Newman Hall 
Concert Band (2, 3, 4) 
Band (1, 2, 3) ; First 
(1, 2) 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; 
nois Scholarship Key 



Football Marching 
Regimental Band 

University of Illi- 



John Moren Scheldrup Geneva 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Rhetoric and Composition 
Delta Chi 
The Daily Illini (2, 3, 4), Sports Editor 
(3) ; The Illio (2) ; Interfraternity Council 
(4); Student Senate (2); Marketing Club; 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 
Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Marilyn Lavonne Scherer. . . .Decatur 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Busey Hall 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Alverns College; Millikin University 

















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Marilyn Sue Scheuer Wenona 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Teacher Training in English 

Alpha Delta Pi 

University Theatre Crew (1,2); Y.W.C.A. 

Cabinet (2,3); LAS Council (3,4); 

Senior Ball Committee (4) 



Robert Schieck Moline 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Northern Illinois State College ; Moline 
Community College 



Elene Schiermer Moline 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Delta 
University Theatre Manager (3) ; Univer- 
sity Theatre Crew (2) 
Augustana College 



Richard Anthony Schiltz. . . .Elizabeth 

Veterinary Medicine 

Veterinary Medicine 
American Veterinary Medical Associa- 
tion ; Student Veterinary Medical Associa- 
tion 
Honors Day (2) 



Robert Stuart Schindler Clinton 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Alpha Phi Omega; A.F.S.; A.S.M.E. 



Ellis August Schmidt Wood River 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Phi Eta Sigma; Engineering Council (4); 
A.S.M.E.; Mi-Knights; S.A.E., President 
(4) 
Honors Day (1) 



John George Schmidt Brook field 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad; Men's 
Glee Club (1) ; A.C.S. 

LaGrange Township Junior College 



John Richard Schmitz Fairfield 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Alpha Phi Omega; Sigma Delta Chi; Uni- 
versity Chorus (2); WILL (4); Fresh- 
man Week Committee (2) 
Southern Illinois University 



Adolph Jacob Schmuck Warsaw 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Carthage College 



Lester Franklin Schnake. . .H oyleton 
Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
University Chorus (3): I. U.S. A. Barber- 
shoppers (3); Major, Army ROTC; Synton 



Donald Blake Schneider 

East St. Louis 
Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Flagg House 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 



Roy Herbert Schneider. .East St. Louis 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (3) 

St. Louis University 



Gordon Howard Schnepper Olneij 

Agriculture 
Dairy Technology 
Illi-Dell 
Agricultural Council (3, 4) ; All-Ag Field 
Day Committee (3); Plowboy Prom Com- 
mittee (2); Captain, Army ROTC; Zeta 
Sigma Alpha; Agriculture Club; Dairy 
Technology Society, President (4) ; Hoof 
and Hern Club; Rifle and Pistol Club; 
Rural Life Club 



Roger George Schnoor Pontiac 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Varsity Baseball Squad (2, 3) ; Freshman 
Varsity Baseball Squad 



Marianne Schrader Champaign 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Delta Gamma 



Franklin Eugene Schrage. . . .Riverside 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemical Engineering 

Sigma Pi 

Sigma Tau; House President (4); A.I. 

Ch.E. 

North Central College 



Martha Jean Schueler 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Shorter Board; Torch; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (1); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (3); 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (1,2); Campus Chest 
(1, 2, 3, 4) ; Campus Chest Allocations and 
Advisory Board (4) ; Freshman Week 
Committee (4) 

Edward Frank Schulte, Jr Quincy 

Commerce 

Sales and Advertising Management 

Phi Kappa 

Interfraternity Council (2, 3) ; Interfra- 

ternity Ball Committee (2) ; Marketing 

Club 













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Charles George Schultz, Jr.. .Chicago 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 

Wright Junior College ; Austin College ; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Marion Dora Schultz Chicago 

Education 
German 
German Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



William Dale Schulz Chicago 

Engineering 
( iril Engineering 
Knight Club 
Captain, Army ROTC; Pershing Rifles; 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Patricia Ann Schumacher . . Springfield 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Painting 
Busey Hall 
Honors Day (2) 




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Carl Lewis Schuster Auburn 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Second Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (3) 



Bernard Louis Schwartz Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Marilyn Cera Schwartz 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Laurel House 
W.A.A. (2, 3) 

University of Minnesota 



Howard Bud Schwarzbach Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
Marketing Club 

Navy Pier Activities : Varsity Track 
(1,2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Peggy Jean Scott Molinc 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Illini Union Committee (2) ; University 
Theatre Crew (2, 3) 
Honors Day (3) 
Augustana College 



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Yvonne Seadin Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Evans Hall 
Torch; Alpha Chron ; The Daily Mini (1, 
2,3,4); Illini Union Committee (2,4); 
Women's Glee Club (1); LAS Council 
(2,3) 



Donald Thomas Sedik. .Chicago Heights 
Division of Special Services 
Marketing 
Marketing Club ; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Thornton Junior College ; Del Mar Col- 
lege 



Robert Eugene Seed Bridgeport 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Marketing Club 

Eastern Illinois State College 



Philip George Seges Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Granada Club 
Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Activities: University Choir 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Eugene Joseph Segin Springfield 

Commerce 
Management and Marketing 
Acacia 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Marketing Club 



Alex Francis Sekeres Washington 

Commerce 

Economics 
Illini Insurance Society; Society for the 
Advancement of Management 



Curt Seligman Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Praetorians 
Accountancy Club 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Irene Seligman Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Illini Union Committee (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Richard Marrs Selleg Lombard 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Landscape Architecture 
Phi Delta Theta 
Star Course Manager (1, 2) ; Men's Glee 
Club (1,2); Major, Air Force ROTC ; 
Illini Figure Skating Club; Landscape 
Architecture Society 
Honors Day (3) 





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A u.EN David Sered Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Barton House 
Hillel Foundation Student Council (3) ; 
Accountancy Club; Praetorians 



Gumersindo Serje-Ahumada 

Sabanalarga, Colombia, S.A. 
Commerce 
Foreign Marketing 
Colombian Students Association ; Market- 
ing Club 

University of the Andes 



Russell Dennis Serzen Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Navy Pier Activities: Baseball Letter- 
man (1,2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Arthur Martin Sestak Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Chi Psi 
Scarab; Illio (1); A.I.A. ; Illini Sports- 
man's Club 



Robert Foss Seymour Eomewood 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Physics Society 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Arlene Ann Shaddock Moweaqua 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Sherwood Lodge 
W.A.A. (2,3,4) 



Irma Jean Shainberg . . New Madrid, Mo. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Botany 
Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Shi-Ai; Alpha Lambda Delta; Star Course 
Manager (1,2); House President (3); 
Hillel Foundation Student Council (1) 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Beverly Claire Shanle Evanston 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Gamma Alpha Chi ; Home Economics Club 
St. Mary's of Notre Dame 



Donald Gordan Shanks Carlock 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Commerce Council (3,4); Accountancy 
Club; Marketing Club 



Selwyn Burton Shapiro Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Campus Chest (3); Accountancy Club; 
Praetorians 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Joan Burch Sharp Urbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Speech 
Chi Omega 
National Collegiate Players; Zeta Phi Eta; 
Illini Union Committee (4) ; University 
Theatre Cast (1,2,3); University Theatre 
Crew (1, 2, 3, 4) 



John William Sharp Glen Ellyn 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Phi Delta Theta 
Sachem; Skull and Crescent; Pierrots; 
University Theatre Cast (1); House Presi- 
dent (4); Cheerleader (2, 3); University 
Choir (2); Men's Glee Club (2, 4) 



Frances Jeanne Shaw Rockford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Speech Correction 

Alpha Omicron Pi 

Zeta Phi Eta; Illini Union Committee 

(1); University Theatre Crew (1); Star 

Course Manager (1,2) 



William Leslie Shaw Decatur 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (3, 4); Football 
Marching Band (2, 3, 4) ; First Regimental 
Band (2, 3, 4) ; A.IA. 
Honors Day (2) 

Millikin University 



Raymond John Shedko Springfield 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Eta Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Springfield Junior College 



Theodore Lewis Shedroff Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
A.C.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Richard Meruin Shelby Champaign 

Commerce 
Management 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
House President (4) ; Captain, Army 
ROTC; Phi Chi Eta; Illini Sportsman's 
Club ; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 



Nathaniel Davis Shepard. . . .Belleville 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Pi Kappa Phi 
University Theatre Crew (3) ; Illini Cam- 
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James Philip Sheridan Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Newman Hall 
Alpha Delta Sigma; Marketing Club 
Wright Junior College 



Dorothea Sherman Chicago 

Physical Education 
Dance 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
University Theatre Crew (4) ; Campus 
Chest (3); W.A.A. (3,4); Orchesis (3, 
4); Hillel Foundation Student Council (3, 
4); Physical Education Majors Club; 
Teachers-in-Training Club; Young Demo- 
crats Club 

Navy Pier Activities : Orchesis 
University of California at Los Angeles; 
University of Wisconsin ; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 

Thomas Charles Sherman Quincy 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 




Dineshchandra Sheth. . .Madras, India 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
ACS. ; Indian Students Association 
A.M. Jain College 



Ying Jer Shieh Tainin, Formosa 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Cosmopolitan 
Chi Epsilon; Chinese Students Club 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 
St. Benedict's College 



Robert David Shinn May wood 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Alpha Chi Sigma 
Sigma Tau ; Tau Beta Pi ; Phi Eta Sigma ; 
Phi Lambda Upsilon ; Freshman Varsity 
Basketball Squad; A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors Day (3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Richard Robert Shively LaGrange 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
Tomahawk; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; 
Pi Mu Epsilon; Engineering Council (4); 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Young Republicans Club 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Evelle Leah Shkolnik Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Phi Sigma Sigma 



Samuel Howard Shockey. . . .Champaign 
Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Acacia 
Captain, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air So- 
ciety; Pershing Rifles; Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Club; Illini Sportsman's Club 
Cornell University 



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Lawai, Kauai-Territory , Hawaii 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

University of Hawaii 



William Harry Sholem Champaign 

Law 

Law 

Zela Beta Tau 

1 1 1 i 1 1 i Union Committee (1,2); Student 

Senate (3); Junior Bar Association; 

Marketing Club 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Carl Garvice Shook Kankakee 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Tau , Eta Kappa Nu ; Football 
Marching Band (1, 2, 3) ; First Regimental 
Band (1,2,3); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Illini 
Sportsman's Club; Synton 



Richard Leroy Showalter Easton 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club 



Emerson Arthur Shultz, Jr.. . .Decatur 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Concert Band (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Football March- 
ing Band (1, 2, 3, 4) ; University Orchestra 
(3,4) 



Joann Shuman El Paso 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Presby Hall 
Honors Day (3) 

Illinois State Normal University 



Lorraine Upton Siderius 

St. Johns, Mich. 
Agriculture 
Some Economics Education 
Home Economics Club 
Hope College 



William Peter Siderius. 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 
Hope College 



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Marilyn Paula Siegal Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
W.A.A. (3, 4); Orchesis (1); Physical 
Education Majors Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



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Rudolf Bernhardt Siegert Pana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Tribe of Illini; Varsity Football Squad (2, 
3,4), Letter (3,4); Freshman Varsity 
Football Squad; First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau 



Richard Lee Siegle Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; Second Regi- 
mental Band (4,5); A.S.C.E.; Mu-San 



Joseph Mordye Siegman Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Sigma Alpha Mu 
Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (3); 
Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad 



Michael Harris Sigband Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Lundgren House 
Omega Beta Pi 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Mkrton Guy Silbar Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Sigma Alpha Mu 
Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (3,4); 
House President (3, 4) ; Freshman Varsity 
Baseball Squad; Second Lieutenant, Air 
Force ROTC 



Earl Alan Silverman Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio 
Noble House 
Sigma Delta Chi; House President (3); 
WILL (4) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



David Earl Simmons Chicago 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 

Kappa Alpha Psi 
Sigma Iota Epsilon; Junior Interfraternity 
Council (2) ; Society for the Advancement 
of Management 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Barbara Ann Simon Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in French 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
University Theatre Crew (4) ; French Club 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois; McGill University 



Ernest Daniel Simon Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Newman Hall 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTO 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Judith Mary Simon Waulcegan 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Iota Alpha Pi 
Gamma Alpha Chi; The Daily Illini (1); 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; Hillel Founda- 
tion Student Council (1); LAS Council 
(2) 



Donald Grant Simonson Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Kappa Sigma 
House President (4) ; First Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC : Society of American Military 
Engineers; A.S.C.E. 
Iowa State College 



Francis Marion Simpson, Jr. . .Marseilles 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E. 



Donald Wayne Simroth Decatur 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Delta Tau Delta 
The Illio (1); Interfraternity Council (.'!, 
4) ; A.I.Ch.E. 

Honors Day (1.2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Carol Lee Sims Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Leeman Lodge 
Iota Sigma Pi; House President (4) 
Cornell College 



Dewey Leroy Sims Carmi 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Alpha 
Rho Tau; Cyclothem Club 



Robkrt William Sipowich Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon, President (4); 
A.S.C.E. 

Honors Day (2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Zoe Skalaeuris Chicago 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
The Illio (3); W.A.A. (2,3,4); Epsilon 
Phi Sigma 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Patricia Ann Skelly Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Newman Foundation Student Council (3, 
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Merle Irene Smedberg Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Sigma Kappa 
Mortar Board ; Torch ; Phi Upsilon Omi- 
rron; W.A.A. (3,4); Student Religious 
Council (1, 2, 3); Lutheran Foundation 
Student Council (1, 2. 3. 4), President 
(3); Home Economics Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Murray John Smidt Lombard 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Pershing Rifles; Poultry Science Club 
Honors Day (2) 



Carla Suzanne Smith Kewanee 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lowry Lodge 
William Woods College 



David Earl, Smith 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Parade Ground Units 
A.I.E.E.-I.R E. 



Alton 



David Herman Smith Belleville 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Sigma Delta Chi 

Belleville Township Junior College 



Frances Caroline Smith Alleitdale 

Agriculture 
Horns Economics 
Stratford House 
AU-Ag Field Day Committee (4) ; Home 
Economics Club 



Gerald Rayburn Smith. .Elmwood Park 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management ; Illini Insurance So- 
ciety 

Dubuque University; Northwestern Uni- 
versity 



James Edward Smith Rock Island 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Zeta Psi 
Ma-Wan-Da; Skull and Crescent; Alpha 
Delta Sigma; The Daily Illini, Business 
Manager (4) ; Illini Sportsman's Club; 
Marketing Club 
Honors Day (2) 

Joan Barbara Smith Streator 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Phi Mu 
Shi-Ai ; Illini Union Committee (1,3); 
U. of I. Student Chapter American Recrea- 
tional Society ; Physical Education Majors 
Club 




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Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Tau Alpha, Presi- 
dent (4) ; Agricultural Council (4) ; Agri- 
cultural Education Club; Agriculture Club 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Judith Ruby Smith Freeburg 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Beta House 
Women's Glee Club (1,2); Home Econom- 
ics Club 



Richard Keith Smith Savanna 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Second Regimental Band (1,2,3,4) 



William Harold Smitley Marshall 

Journalism 
Editorial 
House President (2); I. U.S. A. Barber- 
shoppers (2); WILL (3); German Club; 
Illini Sportsman's Club; Rifle and Pistol 
Club 

University of Maryland 



Donald Edward Snyder Danville 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Star and Scroll; Star Course Manager (1) ; 
Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors (4) ; Y.M.C.A. 
Cabinet (3,4); Y.M.C.A. Committee (3, 
4) ; Men's Glee Club (4) 



Hing-Cheang So Hong Kong, China 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Pi Mu Epsi- 
lon; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Chinese Students 
Club 
Honors Day (3) 

University of Richmond 



Anton Leonard Soeller, Jr. Slidell, La. 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Phillip Edward SokOL Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Noble House 
Phi Eta Sigma; A.C.S. ; Praetorians 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Alvin David Sokolow Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Ma-Wan-Da ; Sachem ; Sigma Delta Chi ; 
The Daily Illini, Editor (4) 












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Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Sociology Club 

Herzl Junior College 




Jane Alexander Solomon .... Homewood 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi 
Chi Theta ; Sigma Iota Epsilon ; Commerce 
Council (1,2,3); Marketing Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



Robert May - nard Solomon Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Illinois Institute of Technology 






Gilbert Robert Sommer. . .Melrose Park 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Engineering Council (4, 5); A.S.M.E.; 

Petty Officer First Class, NROTC 



Dale Kenneth Sonne y Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Granada Club 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois; Illinois Institute of Technology 



Jack Cecil Sopkin Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Freshman Varsity Football Squad ; First 
Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Business Educa- 
tion Club; Illini Sportsman's Club; Market- 
ing Club; Sociology Club 



Richard Haals Sorenson 

Rhinelander, Wis. 
Division of Special Services 
Aeronautical Engineering 
University of Wisconsin 



Cynthia Madeline Soter Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Busey Hall 
Illini Union Committee (3); Rifle and 
Pistol Club; Epsilon Phi Sigma 



David William Sovereign Riversid 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; Marketing Club 



Arlen Ray Speckman Clifton 

Agriculture 

Agriculture Education 
Nabor House 
Alpha Tau Alpha; House President (4); 
Agricultural Council (4) ; Plowboy Prom 
Committee (1, 3) ; Agricultural Education 
Club, President (4); Agriculture Club; 
Gamma Delta; Hoof and Horn Club 



DwAIN HOBART Sl'EER MdttOOIl 

Education 
Industrial Education 
Industrial Education Society 
Eastern Illinois State College 



Richard Daniel Spellberg Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Flagg House 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



David Pricer Spencer Springfield 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Landscape Architecture 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
The Daily Mini ( 1 ) ; Major, Air Force 
ROTC; Scabbard and Blade; Mini Sports- 
man's Club; Landscape Architecture So- 
ciety 
Honors Day (3) 



Al Zoltan Spitz Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Parade Ground Units 
Beta Alpha Psi ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Carol, Elaine Spoonhour Mokeua 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Delta Pi 
University Theatre Crew (1,2); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1); Senior Announcements 
Committee (4) ; Senior Ball Committee 
(4) ; Spanish Club 



Gaylord Dean Spotts Jacksonville 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Granada Club 
Sachem ; Major Chairman Club Commons 
Mini Union Committee (3) ; Mini Union 
Council (3) ; Mini Union Committee (1, 
2); Chief Miniwek (2,3,4); Men's Glee 
Club (3) ; Oratorio Society (2) 
Honors Day (3) 



Kathryn Liane Sprague 

Michigan City, Ind. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Delta Gamma 
Mini Forensic Association 



John Thomas Spran Cicero 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Medea Lodge 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Morton Junior College ; Roosevelt Uni- 
versity 












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Albert Spranger Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Sigma Iota Epsilon ; Mini Campus Amvets 
Post No. 202 ; Marketing Club ; Society for 
the Advancement of Management; Young 
Democrats Club 

Wright Junior College 



William August Stack Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Marketing Club 

Wright Junior College 




Richard George Staebler, Jr. 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Commerce 
Accountancy and Management 
Accountancy Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 
Honors Day (3) 
Cornell University 



Samuel John Staffa, Jr Berwyn 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Noble House 
Sno-Ball Committee (4); Alpha Rho Tau; 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Robert Lee Staker Morton 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music Education 

Calhoun Hall 

Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; University Choir 

(3, 4) ; Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4) ; Oratorio 

Society (2, 3, 4) 

Bradley University; Illinois State Nor- 
mal University 



Paul Joseph Stalter Pontiac 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
A.F.S.; A.S.M.E. 
Blackburn College 



Forrest William Stamper. 
Journalism 
Advertising 



.Geneseo 



James William Stanley Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Barton House 
A.S.M.E. 



Eileen Margaret Stanock. . .Eomeuood 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Sherwood Lodge 
University Theatre Crew (1) 
American Academy of Art 



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Division of Special Services 
Psychology 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
Bowling Green State University 



Mary Jane Stark Champaign 

Education 

Elementary Education 
Kappa Delta 
Shorter Board; Torch; The Ulio (1); 
Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2, 3, 4); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1,2.3,4); University Chorus 
(1) 



Rae Ann Starr Princeton 

Agriculture 
Home Economies 
Evans Hall 
Omicron Nu ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; Theta 
Sigma Phi; The Daily Illini (4); Illini 
Union Committee (3); House President 
(4) ; Home Economics Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illin- 
ois Scholarship Key 

Eric Laurentius Stattin, Jr. .Riverside 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Kappa Delta Rho 
Phi Eta Sigma; The Ulio (1,2,3); Star 
Course Manager (2) ; Interfraternity Coun- 
cil (2) ; Tribe of Illini; Varsity Gymnastics 
Squad (3, 4, 5), Letter (4) ; First Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC ; Alpha Rho Tau; Ac- 
countancy Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 
Honors Day (1) 

Vicky Stavropoulos Decatur 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Little United Nations; Sociology Club; 
Epsilon Phi Sigma 
Millikin University 



Ronald Adolph Steen Mokena 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Joliet Junior College 



Sanford Stein Chicago 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa 

Nu; Pi Mu Epsilon; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; 

Physics Society 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Sorrell Robert Stein Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
Illini Union Committee (1,2); Freshman 
Week Committee (3,4); Marketing Club; 
Rho Epsilon 



Carl Raymond Steinbacii Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (2) 








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Robert Jay Steiner Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Tau Delta Phi 
Sachem; Alpha Delta Sigma; Alpha Phi 
Omega; Campus Chest (3); House Presi- 
dent (4); Pershing Rifles; Marketing Club 



Dolores Mary Stephan Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Busey Hall 
Physical Education Majors Club 

Navy Pier Activities: W.A.A., President 
(2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Ralph Charles Stern Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Frank Conrad Sternard Chicago 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Evans Scholars 

Intramural Manager (2,3); Intramural 

Rec Board; Alpha Rho Tau; Accountancy 

Club 



Stanley Maynard Sterrenberg 

Foosland 
Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
(liiinma Sigma Delta; Alpha Tau Alpha; 
Captain, Army ROTC; Agricultural Edu- 
cation Club 
Honors Day (2) 



Shirley Jean Stewart. . .St. Louis, Mo. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Painting 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta; So- 
ciety of Illustrators; W.A.A. (2,3) 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



William Ward Stewart 

University City, Mo. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Theta Xi 
University Theatre Crew (2, 3) ; Interfra- 
ternity Council (3,4,5); Military Ball 
Committee (3,4); Ensign, NROTC; Phal- 
anx; A.I.A. 
Honors Day (4) 

Mary Ann Stick Free port 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Kappa Delta 
Beloit College 



Richard Allen Stiegel Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Pi Lambda Phi 
Marketing Club; Rho Epsilon 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Thomas Creager Stifler III. . .Danville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Alpha Delta Phi 
Phi Delta Phi; Illini Union Committee (1, 
2); Interfraternity Council (1,2,3,4); 
Interfraternity Ball Committee (3); Chief 
Petty Officer, XROTC; Junior Bar Associa- 
tion; Young Democrats Club 



Cecils Diane Stoller 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Honors Day (3) 



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Phyllis Jean Stolz Arminglon 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Presby Hall 
Phi Upsilon Omicron ; McKinley Founda- 
tion Student Council (2,3); Home Eco- 
nomics Club 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Kenneth Allen Stone. .Memphis, Tenn. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Varsity Gymnastics Squad (3), Letter (3) ; 
Freshman Varsity Gymnastics Squad; Illini 
Christian Fellowship (4) 



Richard Pauwsn Stone. .Pleasant Plains 
Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Farm House 
Ma-Wan-Da; Star and Scroll; Alpha Zeta; 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2) ; Track Man- 
ager (2, 3) , Senior Track Manager (4) ; 
Football Marching Band (2, 3, 4) ; Second 
Regimental Band (2, 3, 4) ; All-Ag Field 
Day Committee (2, 3) ; Athletic Council 
(4); Plowboy Prom Committee (2,3); 
Major, Army ROTC; Phalanx; Field and 
Furrow ; Hoof and Horn Club 
Honors Day (1) 

Adrian Keith Stonecipher Salem 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E.; I.T.E. 

Southern Illinois University 



Esther Ann Storee Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Marketing Club 

Washington University 



Jo Ann Stork Alton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Occupational Therapy 
Pi Beta Phi 
Star Course Manager (1,2); Illi-Sota 



Ronald Millard Strandjord 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Barton House 
Captain, Army ROTC; Society of American 
Military Engineers; A. I. A.; Rifle and Pistol 
Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 






















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James Zoi.ton Straus Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Zeta Beta Tau 
Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Delta Sigma; Illini 
Union Committee (1,2); Campus Chest 
(2) ; Freshman Week Committee (1) ; Mar- 
keting Club (3, 4) 



Gerald Robert Strehlow Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Design 
Theta Xi 
Military Ball Committee (3, 4), Chairman 
(3); Captain, Army ROTC; Alpha Rho 
Tau; Military Council (4); Phalanx, Com- 
mander (4) ; A. I. A. 



Theodore Landon Streleski . Champaign 
Engineering 

Engineering Physics 
Illinois Rocket Society, President (4) 



Dolores Lou Strode Magnolia 

Commerce 

Economics 
McKinley Hall 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Iota Epsilon ; 
The Illio (1,2); W.A.A. (1,2,3,4) 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Donna Meils Strunk Flanagan 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Sherwood Lodge 
Illini Union Committee (2); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (2) ; Home Economics Club 



Constance Lorraine Sucherman 

Springfield 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 



Gwen Suckman Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Harmony House 
Phi Beta Kappa ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; 
House President (3) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



John Reed Suedel Wood Rivet- 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Flagg House 
Scarab; Fine and Applied Arts Council (4, 
5), President (5); Second Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC ; Society of American Military 
Engineers; A. I. A. 



Charna Ruth Sugebman Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Indeco 
House President (3, 4) 

























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Harold Louis Suhr Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geography 
Beta Sigma Psi 
Cyclothem Club; Gamma Delta 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Joan Wanda Sukowicz Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

English 

Evans Hall 

Illini Union Committee (3) ; Spanish Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini (1, 2) 

Honors Day (1,2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Tom Richard Sullins TJrbana 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Second Regimental Band (1,2); A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 

Southern Illinois University; San Jose 
State College 



Alan Gordon Sumberg LaSalle 

Commerce 
Commerce and Law 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Major Chairman Pep Rallies Illini Union 
Committee (2) ; Second Regimental Band 
(2); Commerce Council (1, 2, 3); Fresh- 
man Week Committee (1,2,3); Accoun- 
tancy Club; Illini Sportsman's Club; Jun- 
ior Bar Association 
Honors Day (1) 



Vytautas Suopys Melrose Parle 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 

Baltic University 



James Roger Swanson Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (3); A.F.S.; 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Paul John Swanson, Jr. 

Crawfordsville, Ind. 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta Chi 
Committee on Student Affiairs (3); Uni- 
versity Choir (1,2); Men's Glee Club (1, 
2, 3, 4) ; Accountancy Club 

Indiana University ; DePauw University 



Glenn Robert Sward Galesburg 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 



Robert Stuart Sward Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English Literature 
University Theatre Cast (3,4) 

San Diego Junior College; Illinois State 
Normal University 



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Duane Keith Swarts Dixon 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Sigma Pi 
Alpha Zeta; Y.M.C.A. Committee (1,2,3, 
4); Agricultural Council (2, 3, 4), Presi- 
dent (4); Plowboy Prom Committee (1,2, 
3); Agricultural Economics Club; Agricul- 
ture Club; Field and Furrow, President (3, 
4); Hoof and Horn Club; Horticulture 
Club 

Ralph Joseph Swett Kewanee 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Gar-Men 
House President (3) ; Second Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC; Zeta Sigma Alpha; Accoun- 
tancy Club 



James Emmett Swift Decatur 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Triangle 
Star and Scroll; A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (1) 



Charles Francis Swisher Elmhurst 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Granada Club 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Charles Richard Swope. . . .Martinsville 

Agriculture 

General Agriculture 

Agricultural Economics Club; Agriculture 

Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Society for the 

Advancement of Management 

Eastern Illinois State College 



Clyde Lovette Sydnor Milan 

Engineering 
Physics 
Tau Beta Pi, President (4) ; M.I.S. 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Marvin Rolf Syren Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 

Kappa Sigma 
Phi Epsilon Kappa ; Navy Pier Alumni 
Association ; Physical Education Majors. 
Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Activity Honorary 
Society 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Ronald James Tagliani Charleston- 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
Sigma Tau; Pi Tau Sigma; A.F.S. ; 
A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (3) 



Audrey Roberta Talpa Brookfield 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Busey Hall 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois; University of Chicago 



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Komo Ligok Tane Jamestown, N.Y. 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Varsity Baseball Squad (2) ; Freshman 
Varsity Baseball Squad ; Physical Educa- 
tion Majors Club 



Perry Anderegg Tanner Midlothian 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Chi Gamma Iota ; Sigma Tau ; Chi Epsilon ; 
A.S.C.E. 

University of Maryland, Boiling A.P.B. 
Extension 



Sameuddin Taraki 

Kabul, Afghanistan 

Commerce 

Economics 
Illini Union Committee (1); Y.M.C.A. 
Committee (1, 2) 



Judith Ann Tarr Springfield 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Philea 
Gamma Delta 



Vida Ona Tautvydas Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Alpha Lambda Delta; French Club; Ger- 
man Club 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key- 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Robert Enghwat Tay 

Semarang, Java, Indonesia 
Agriculture 
Food Technology 
Chinese Students Club ; Food Technology 
Association; Little United Nations 



Nancy Arlene Taylor Danville 

Commerce 
Commercial Teaching 
Chi Omega 
Business Education Club 
University of Miami 



Clarence Claude Teagarden. .Galesbury 
Law 
Law 
Beta Theta Pi 
Ma-Wan-Da : Board of Fraternity Affairs 
(4) ; Interfraternity Council (2, 3, 4), 
President (4); Tribe of Illini; Senior 
Swimming Manager (4) ; Swimming Man- 
ager (1,2,3); Men's Glee Club (2,3); 
Varsity Debate Squad (1); Dolphins (3, 
4) ; Athletic Council (4) ; Captain, Air 
Force ROTC ; Scabbard and Blade; Illini 
Forensic Association; Junior Bar Associa- 
tion 

Jon Daniel Techentin Glen Ellyn 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemistry 

Major Chairman International Soccer Club 

Illini Union Committee (4) ; Illini Union 

Committee (2, 3, 4) ; A.I.Ch.E. 

Virginia Military Institute 








Fredricka Lila Teer East St. Louis 

Physical Education 

Recreation 

Delta Sigma Theta 

House President (4) ; Orchesis (4) ; U. of 

I. Student Chapter American Recreational 

Society 



Robert Eric Tellschow Chicago 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Dairy Production Club 
Blackburn College 




James Thomas Temple Homer 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Phi Kappa Phi; Chi Gamma Iota; Beta 
Alpha Psi; University Theatre Cast (2,3, 
4) ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (3) 

University of California 



Herbert Leroy Templeton. . .LaGrange 

Commerce 

Management 

Kappa Delta Rho 

The Ulio (1,2,3); Star Course Manager 

(2) ; Society for the Advancement of 

Management 

Lyons Township Junior College 



KENNETH Sidney Tenny Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Noble House 
Second Regimental Band (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Phyllis Ann Terwische Quincy 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Chi Omega 
Illini Union Committee (3) 
Culver Stockton College 



Kenneth Roland Thies Wenona 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Colonial Manor 
A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 



Elizabeth Louise Thomas Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Y.W.C.A. Committee; W.A.A. 



Ronald Thomas Chicago 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

University Theatre Crew "(2) ; Sno-Ball 

Committee (3); Accountancy Club; Illi- 

Knights; Marketing Club 



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Illini Forensic 



Shirley Jean Thomas Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Evans Hall 
University Theatre Crew 
Christian Fellowship (4) ; 
Association ; Sociology Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Donald Gene Thompson Amboy 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Star and Scroll ; Alpha Zeta ; Alpha Tau 
Alpha; Agricultural Council (3); Agri- 
cultural Economics Club, President (3); 
Agricultural Education Club; Agriculture 
Club ; Field and Furrow 
Honors Day (1) 



James Lee Thompson Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 

Physical Education Majors Club 

Navy Pier Activities : Varsity Wrestling 
Letter (2) ; Varsity Football Letter (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



John Richard Thompson Pontiac 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Sigma Chi 
Ma-Wan-Da; The Illio (1); Star Course 
Manager (1,2); Campus Chest (1,2); 
Tribe of Illini; Baseball Manager (2,3); 
Senior Baseball Manager (4) ; Athletic 
Council (4) 



Virginia Joy Thompson Evanston 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Mortar Board; Torch; Shi-Ai, President 
(3) ; Phi Kappa Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; The Illio (1,2,3); 
Star Course Manager (1,2); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1); Campus Chest (1,2); 
Panhellenic Executive Council (3, 4) ; Stu- 
dent Senate (1, 4) ; Committee on Student 
Affairs (4) ; Commerce Council (4) 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scnolarship Key 

William Henry Thompson 

East St. Louis 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Medea Lodge 
Phi Eta Sigma: Pi Tau Sigma; Captain, 
Air Force ROTC ; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (1) 

Russell Dean Thorell Galesbury 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Accountancy Club 

Western Illinois State College 



Norman Ralph Thorpe Carlinville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Alpha Phi Omega; Football Marching Band 
(1,2,3); First Regimental Band (1,2, 
3) ; Disciples Foundation Student Council 
(3); Captain, Air Force ROTC; Arnold 
Air Society; Junior Bar Association; Young 
Republicans Club 



William Allan Tinsley . . . .New Berlin 
Agriculture 
Agricultural Economics 
Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta 
Sigma; University Theatre Crew (2, 3,4) ; 
Captain, Air Force ROTC; Agricultural 
Economics Club ; Agriculture Club ; Field 
and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
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William Clark Tippens Winnetka 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Delta Tau Delta 
Scarab; A. I. A. 

Northwestern University 



ROMULO POKINGCO TlRAMBULO 

Philippine Islands 
Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
"O" House 
Araneta Institute of Agriculture 



James Robert Tison Eldorado 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Clark Manor 
Captain, Air Force ROTC; A.S.C.E. 



John Edward Tobin Waukegan 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Scarab; Fine and Applied Arts Council 
(5); Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; So- 
ciety of American Military Engineers; 
A.I.A. 



Richard Earl Toepfer, Jr Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Fournier Institute of Technology 



Warren Otto Tolliver Louisville 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Sigma Pi 
Accountancy Club 

Eastern Illinois State College 



Robert Joseph Tomaszkiewicz. .Chicago 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Clark House 
Engineering Council (4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; 
Illuminating Engineering Society 

Navy Pier Activities: Engineering Coun- 
cil; University Theatre 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Dino Anthony Tombolato Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



John Richard Tomczyk Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Biological Sciences 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



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Eugene Bernard Tomlin Marengo 

Agriculture 

General Agriculture 

Pi Kappa Phi 

Star and Scroll ; First Lieutenant. Army 

ROTC; Zeta Sigma Alpha; Agricultural 

Education Club; Agriculture Club 



Yolanda Tin Won Tong Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Mathematics 
Hoste House 
Honors Day (1,2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
ot Illinois 



Toussaint Grandy Toole Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Kappa Alpha Psi 

Navy Pier Activities: Freshman Varsity 
Track Squad ; Freshman Varsity Cross 
Country Squad 

Roosevelt University; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



James Herbert Trail, Jr Chicago 

Engineering 
Sanitary Engineering 
Captain, Army ROTC; Society of American 
Military Engineers; Mu-San 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Richard Hugh Trask, Jr LaGrange 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Marketing Club ; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Lyons Township Junior College 



Cynthia Ann Traughber Oswego 

Agriculture 

Home Economics 

4-H House 

W.A.A. (1,2,3,4); Women's Glee Club 

(1,2); Sno-Ball Committee (1); Home 

Economics Club 



Lawrence Francis Trausch . . . . Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Art Education 

Lake Forest College; Loyola University 



Michael Joseph Traut.man 

Lakeland, Fla. 
Division of Special Services 
Economics 
Alpha Ohi Rho 
Alpha Kappa Psi; Flying Club; Mini In- 
surance Society; Marketing Club; Rho 
Epsilon; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 

Northwestern University; College of Wil- 
liam and Mary 



Marvin Wayne Trautwein. .Einderhoolc 
Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Lonesome Pine 
Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Tau Alpha; Agri- 
cultural Education Club; Dairy Production 
Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 















Corinne Sara Travis Oak Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in History 
Evans Hall 
Teachers-in-Training Club 




Donald Eugene Treash. . . .Bloomington 
Commerce 
Management and Marketing 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Illinois State Normal University; Bob 
Jones University 



Gerald Douglas Trimble. .. .St. Joseph 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Wesmen 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; 
House President (4); A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Lloyd Lee Tripp Burnside 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Parade Ground Units 
Agricultural Education Club; Agriculture 
Club; Illini Forensic Association 

Graceland College; Western State Teach- 
er's College 



Jo\N Truckenbrod Mendota 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
The Ulio (1, 2, 3, 4), Associate Editor (4) ; 
Illini Union Committee (2) ; First Regi- 
mental Band (2) 



Shirley Jane Trueblood. . . .Champaign 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Student Senate (2) ; Cyclothem Club 



William Lloyd Trunck Freeport 

Commerce 

Economics 

Newman Hall 

Lieutenant, NROTC; Pershing Rifles (2, 

3, 4) ; Illini Insurance Society, President 

(4) 

University of Michigan 



Ted Nicholas Truske Elmhurst 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Phi Delta 
Engineering Council (3); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; 
Illuminating Engineering Society 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Ching-Wu Tseng Canton, China 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Chinese Students Club 







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Barbara Ann Tucker Mi. Sterling 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Presby Hall 
Blackburn College 



Gordon Clare Tirnbull Bradford 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4) ; Baptist Founda- 
tion Student Council (2) ; All-Ag Field Day 
Committee (2); Freshman Week Committee 
(4) ; Plowboy Prom Committee (2, 3) ; 
Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof 
and Horn Club 



Edgar Hugh Twine Chicago 

Commerce 
Commerce and Law 

Alpha Phi Alpha 
Interfraternity Council (3, 4) ; Junior In- 
terfraternity Council (2) ; House President 
(4) ; Junior Bar Association, President 
(4); Navy Pier Alumni Association; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management 
Honors Day (1,2.3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Vincent Ritchie Tylman Lombard 

Engineering 

Industrial Engineering 

Alpha Chi Rho 

Alpha Phi Omega; The Illio (1); Illini 

Union Committee (1) ; Captain, Army 

ROTC; A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; Glider Club 



Dolores Ann Uebele. . . .Elmtvood Park 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Applied Voice 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
University Choir (1,2,3,4); University 
Chorus (1,2,3); Women's Glee Club ( 1, 
2,3); Oratorio Society (1,2,3,4) 
Honors Day (1) 



Mary Ann Uffelman Chester 

Commerce 
Secretarial Training 
McKinley Hall 
Sigma Iota Epsilon ; Illini Union Committee 
(1); Commerce Council (3); Accountancy 
Club; Business Education Club; Society for 
the Advancement of Management 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Gordon Dean Upchurch Benton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Newman Hall 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC 





Caroleen Ila Updike Sandtvieh 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Palamar 
W.A.A. (3, 4) 
Cornell College 



Nancy Ann Upsall Oak Park 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Major I (3) ; W.A.A. Numerals (2) ; 
W.A.A. (1,2,3,4); Terrapin (1,2,3,4); 
Physical Education Majors Club 



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Eugene Henry' Urbaniec Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music Education 

Delta Chi 

Concert Band (3, 4) ; Football Marching 

Band (2, 3, 4) ; First Regimental Band (1, 

2) ; Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Harry Mitchell Urist Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Nancy - Jane Utley Lebanon 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Concordia 
Illini Forensic Association 
Honors Day (2) 



Vy'tautas Paul Vadopalas Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Physics 
Loyola, Rhein-Friedrich Wilhelm Univer- 
sitat; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 



Dalile Janina Valancius Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Spanish 
Petite Maison 
University Theatre Crew (3, 4) ; Spanish 
Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Alice Irene Van Dyke Champaign 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Shorter Board ; Torch ; Shi-Ai ; Kappa 
Delta Pi; The Daily Illini (1); The Illio 
(1, 2, 3, 4), Associate Editor (4); Mc- 
Kinley Foundation Student Council (3, 4) 



George Samuel Van Schoick. . . .Ottawa 
Engineering 
General Engineering 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Janet Lee Vaughn DeKalb 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Beta House 
Phi Upsilon Omicron ; Home Economics 
Club 



Robert Melvin Vaul.man Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Illuminating Engineering 
Society 

Navy Pier Activities : Golf Team ( 1 ) ; 
Letterman Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Vayda. Jr Scranton, Pa. 

Pliysical Education 

Physical Education 
Phi Epsilon Kappa; Tribe of Illini; Varsity 
Baseball Squad (2,3.4), Letter (4): 
I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (3) ; Physical 
Education Majors Club 



Romaka Juea Vebra Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Illini Insurance Society; Society for tile 
Advancement of Management 

BT»77 Fiar Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Herman Peter Velasco, Jr Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 

Theta Delta Chi 
Ma- Wan- Da ; Sachem; Tribe of Illini; Var- 
sity Fencing Squad (2.3,4). Letter (2.3. 
4) ; Newman Foundation Student Council 
(1,2,3,4): Captain, Army ROTC ; Infan- 
try Club: Scabbard and Blade: Scimitar, 
President (3) 



Francis Ralph Veltri, Jr Bcllecille 

Agriculture 
Vocational A griculture 
Newman Hall 
Agricultural Education Club 

Belleville Township Junior College 



Ausrele Mary Venclova Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
German 
T- Dorms 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (4): French Club; 
German Club 
Honors Day (2) 



Vytautas Vepstas Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.I.A. 

Wilson Junior College 



John Yercellino Mvllceytown 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Cyclothem Club 

Centenary College of Louisiana 



Ronald Joseph Vermeulen... 
Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
I.A.S.; Illinois Rocket Society 
St. Ambrose College 



Sheffield 



Eric Garricue Vesely Chicago 

Law 

I. a w 
Delta Sigma Rho; Phi Alpha Delta; Illini 
Forensic Association 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





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Margaret Vest Tuscola 

Education 

Elementary Ed neat inn 

Chi Omega 

Torch; Illini Union Committee (1,4); 

University Theatre Crew (1,2); Y.W.C.A. 

Cabinet (2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1) 



Audrey May Vetter Glenview 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Psi Chi 

Blackburn College 



Jesse Clermon Vickers. . .East St. Louis 
Division of Special Services 
Sociology 
Sociology Club 
Honors Day (2) 

Southern Illinois University 



Richard Alan Yierling Hamilton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha Chi Sigma 
Football Marching Band (1.2); First 
Regimental Band (1,2); A.C.S. 
Honors Day (1) 



GERALD KeNITH VlNICOMBE Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Economics 
Illi-Knights 
Society for t lie Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Northwestern University ; Illinois Insti- 
tute of Technology 



Henrietta Mary Virkau Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
German 
T- Dorms 
House President (3); French Club; Ger- 
man Club 



Peter Vischer Park Ridge 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
I.U.S.A. Barbershoppers (3): First Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC; A.S.M.E. 




Figmas Vincent Yiskanta Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day ( 1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Vincent Yiyoda Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Newman Hall 
Captain, Army ROTC ; Society of American 
.Military Engineers; A.S.C.E. 



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Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Chi Gramma Iota; Sigma Tau, President 
(4); Sigma Gamma Tan; I.A.S. 
Honors Day (2) 

Bucknell University Cornell I Diversity 



Ann Camille Vodak Cicero 

Physical Education 
Dunce 
Sigma Kappa 
Illini Union Committee (1.2): Orchesis 
(15. 4): Physical Education Majors Club 



Douis Jacquelyn Yogt Belleville 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Pi Kappa Lambda ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; 
Mu Phi Epsilon ; University Chorus (3, 
4| ; Women's Glee Club (1,2); Madrigal 
Chorus (4); Oratorio Society (2,3,4) 



Gustav Carl Voigt. . . . Washington, D. C. 
Liberal Arts 
Chemistry 
Tlieta Chi 
tlmega Beta Pi; Alpha Rho Tau; A.C.S. 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Jack Waaler Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
University Theatre Crew (4) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Dale William Wachtel Altamoni 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Beta Sigma Psi 
Student Religious Council (3.4); Agricul- 
tural Economics Club; Agriculture Club; 
Field and Furrow; Gamma Delta; Rural 
Life Club 

Honors Day (1,2.3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Kej 



Ltjann Waddell Warrensburg 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Social Sciences 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 



Robert Kenneth Waddick Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 

Sigma Phi Delta 
Sigma Tau; Chi Epsilon; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council I :i ) ; House President 
(4); Captain, Army ROTC ; Society of 
American Military Engineers; A.S.C.E.; 
Rifle and Pistol Club 
Honors Day ( 2 i 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Robert Fred Wagner Stickney 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Kappa Delta Rho 
A.S.M.E. ; S.A.E. 

Morton Junior College 



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Ronald Robert WALAITIS Cicero 

Journalism 
Publication Management 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

Sachem: Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Delta Chi; 
The Daily Illini (1, 2, 3), Junior Adver- 
tising Manager (3) 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Morton Junior College 



Leonard Dahlson Walberg Harvey 

Law 

Law 
Phi Kappa Tau 
Ma-Wan-Da; Illini Union Committee (1); 
Star Course Manager (2, 3. 4); Campus 
Chest (1); Men's Glee Club (1,2); Con- 
cert and Entertainment Board (4) ; Junior 
Bar Association ; Young Republicans Club 



Harold Dean Walden Springfield 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Beta Theta Pi 
Colonel, Air Force ROTC ; Armed Forces 
Council; Arnold Air Society 
Honors Day (3) 



Howard Theodore Walder Chicago 

Commerce 
Management and Economics 
Tau Delta Phi 

Navy Pier Activities: Student Congress, 
President (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Howard R \v Walker Williams field 

Agriculture 
Vocational A griculture 
Illi-Dell 
Tomahawk; Alpha Tau Alpha; Y.M.C.A. 
Committee (3); M.I. A. Executive Council 
(1); Agricultural Council (3); All-Ag 
Field Day Committee (3); Agricultural 
Education Club. President (3); Agriculture 
Club; Dairy Production Club; Horticulture 
Club; Rural Life Club 



Robert Harold Walker Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 

Noble House 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa 
Nu; I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (3,4): Illi- 
nois Technograph (2, 3. 4); A.I.E.E.- 
I R.E. ; Praetorians 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

S w.LY Ann Walker Byron 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Teacher Training in Speech 

Alpha Gamma Delta 

Alpha Lambda Delta: Zeta Phi Eta; Illini 

Union Committee (1, 2, 3); University 

House President (4); 



Theatre Crew (1), uuuaD i icamci 
Women's Glee Club (1); Oratorio Society 



Honors Day (1,2) 



Cynthia Jane Wallace 

Virginia Bench, Va. 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha Chi Omega 
The Illio (1,2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); 
Women's Glee Club ( 1 ) 
Honors Day (2) 



Winifred Marie Wallace Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
W.A.A. (31 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Pail Sigurd Wallem Streator 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Sons' Home 
Captain, Army ROTC; Pershing Rifles; 
Agricultural Education Club 



Genevieve Wallen 

Agriculture 
Hospital Dietetics 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Home Economics Club 



. Chicago 



George William Walsh Ivesdale 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Theta Xi 
Tribe of Mini ; Varsity Football Squad (2, 
3,4), Letter (3,4); Freshman Varsity 
Football Squad ; Captain, Army ROTC ; 
Alpha Rho Tau ; Phalanx ; Field' and Fur- 
row ; Hoof and Horn Club; Mini Sports- 
man's Club 



Wahren Frank Walski Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
IA.S. 

Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Basketball 
Squad (2), Letter (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Donald Dorsey Walters Peotone 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Accountancy Club; Fi- 
nance Club 
Honors Day (3) 



Wesley Yorke Walters Fairfield 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Alpha Rho 
Tau 



James David Walton Oak Park 

Engineering 
Cicil Engineering 
Basketball Manager (2); Oratorio Society 
(2) ; A.I.Ch.E.; A.S.C.E. 



Oliver Lincoln Ward Vermont 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Agricultural Education Club; Agriculture 
Club 

Western Illinois State College 



Margery Dobson Warfield Vrbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Theta Sigma Phi; 
The Daily Mini (2) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 







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Thomas Carlisle Warfield, Jr.. Vrbana 
Agriculture 
Agronomy 




Jack Berlin Warner. . .Evergreen Pari 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; Mini Campus Amvets 
Post No. 202; Illini Insurance Society; 
Sociology ('lull 

Wilson Junior College 



Eugene Edwin Washer. . . .Murphysboro 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Southern Illinois University 



Betty Onstad Watson Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
Kappa Tau Alpha; Alpha Lambda Delia; 
Gamma Alpha Chi; Theta Sigma Phi; 
Major Chairman Campus Talent Illini 
Union Committee (4) ; Illini Union Council 
(3. 4) ; Mini Union Committee (2. 3, 4) 

Navy Pier Activities: University Dance 
Committee : Pier Mini 
Honors Day ( 1, 2. 3 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Daniel David Leonard Wax Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Barton House 
Mini Union Committee (3) ; University 
Chorus (2); Hillel Foundation Student 
Council (4); First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Pershing Rifles; Phalanx; Prae- 
torians 



Fay* Inez Wayne 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 

Loury Lodge 
Roosevelt College 



All\-n Edward Webb, Jr. 

LaCrescenta, Calif. 
Engineering 
General Engineering 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
The Illio (1); Chief Petty Officer, NR0TC 



Melvin Norris Webb Ewing 

Agriculture 
General A griculture 

Southern Illinois University 



Gustave Albert Weber, Jr. 

Xorth Haledon, N. J. 
Journalism 
Editorial 
Tomahawk, President (1); Sigma Delta 
Chi: The Daily Illini (1. 2. ::. 4), Photo 
Chief (3, 4); The Illio (1. 2, 3, 4) Photo 
Chief (3 4); Lieutenant, NROTC; Persh- 
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Pi Kappa Alpha 

Star and Scroll; Football Marching Band 
(1); First Regimental Band (1); Military 
Ball Committee (3); Lieutenant Colonel. 
Army ROTC; Scabbard and Blade; Presi- 
dent (4); Alpha Rho Tau ; Flying Club; 
Military Council; Pershing Rifles; Illini 
Insurance Society; Junior Bar Association 



Joseph Wechman Chicago 

Commerce 

Management and Marketing 

Paradise Lost 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

DePaul University; Wilson Junior Col- 
lege; Loyola University; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Jean Gertrude Wehner Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Pi Kappa Sigma 
University Theatre Crew (4) 
Northern Illinois State College 



Bernard Weiner Kankakee 

Commerce 
Economics 

Sigma Alpha Mu 
Finance Club; Illini Insurance Society 



Enid Blossom Weinstein Bockford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Sigma Delta Tau 
Mortar Board: Shi-Ai; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Illini Union Committee (1,2); 
Panbellenic Executive Council (3), Presi- 
dent (4); Panhellenic-W.G.S. Coordinating 
Committee (4); House President (4); 
Student Senate <:'.); Coordination Com- 
mittee (3); Freshman Council (1) 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Herbert Weintraub. . . .New York, N. Y. 
Commerce 
Industrial A d ministration 
Phi Sigma Delta 
House President (4); Intramural Manager 
(1, 2) ; A.S.M.E.; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 



Bobbie Lee Emil Weiss Freeburg 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Illi-Dell 
Football Marching Band (12,3); First 
Regimental Band (2,3); Second Regi- 
mental Band (1); All-Ag Field Day Com- 
mittee (2, 3, 4) ; Plowboy Prom Committee 
(1,2,3,4); Agricultural Education Club; 
Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn Club; 
Horticulture Club; Poultry Science Club; 
Rural Life Club 

Robert Charles Weiss 

White Plains, N. Y. 

Commerce 

Personnel Management and Economies 

Alpha Chi Rho 
Illini Union Committee (3) : Interfraternity 
Council (2,3); Marketing Club; Rifle and 
Pistol Club; Society for the Advancement 
of Management 

New York University 

Robert Gordon Weiss Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Four Columns Annex 
Accountancy Club 

DePaul University; Loyola University; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 















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Pauline Weissman Belleeilie 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Evans Hall 
University Theatre Crew (2) 

Belleville Township Junior College 



Isaac WeISZER Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Mcdieine 
Barton House 
Phi Eta Sigma; Omega Beta Pi 
Honors Day (1,2,3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Roberta Joan Weitzman Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Psi 
Chi 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key- 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
1 llinois 



Mary Jane Welch Clarendon Hills 

Agriculture 
Tloine Economics 
Alpha Phi 
The Ulio (1): Star Course Manager (2); 
Home Economics Club 



Wayne Eugene Welk ... Chica go Heights 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Phi Kappa Psi 

The Daily Illini (1,2); The Ulio (1,2); 
Football Marching Band (2); Second Regi- 
mental Band (1); Gamma Delta; German 
Club; Marketing Club; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 



Rt/SSELL Arthur Wultcer 

Alexandria, To. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Theta Xi 
Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon ; Star 
Course Manager ( 1 ) ; Gymnastics Manager 
(1, 2); Military Ball Committee, Chairman 
(4) ; Colonel, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air 
Society; Pershing Rifles; Scabbard and 
Blade 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Ronald Lee Welling Davis 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Alpha Tau Alpha: Men's Glee Club (3); 
Agricultural Education Club 
Northern Illinois State College 



George Cline Wells Farina 

Agriculture 

Vocational Agriculture 

(Jar-Men 

Alpha Tau Alpha; Captain, Air Force 

ROTC; Arnold Air Society; Agricultural 

Education Club 



Jerald Oren Wells. . . . 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Newman Hall 

Marketing Club 



Seneca 



Julie Ann Wells Allentown, /'«. 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Hoste House 
Mu Phi Epsilon ; University Theatre Crew 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2); 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); University Or- 
chestra (3,4); Oratorio Society (1,2) 
Honors Day (2) 



Robert Griffith Welton Big Bock 

Libera] Arts and Sciences 

History 

Alpha Tau Omega 

Men's Glee Club (2,3); Oratorio Society 

(2); Petty Officer, NROTC ; Spanish Club 



Albert Johan Wexdahl Waukegan 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E.; Mu-San 



Mary Louise Werner Waukegan 

Education 
Elementary Education 

Delta Gamma 
Kappa Delta Pi; Ulini Union Board (4); 
Ulini Union Committee (2) ; Campus Chest 
(2) ; Panhellenic Executive Council (3, 4) ; 
House President (4) ; Alumni Association 
Board (3) 
Honors Day (3) 

Lake Forrest College 

Roger Dennis Werner Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Anita Joyce West Joliet 

Commerce 
Secretarial Training 
McKinley Hall 
Phi Chi Theta; The Daily Ulini (3) ; Busi- 
ness Education Club ; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 
Joliet Junior College 



Richard Eugene West Fanner City 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Sons' Home 
Alpha Zeta; Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); 
House President (3,4); Seabury Founda- 
tion Student Council, President (3, 4) 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



William Bruce West Ha una City 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof 
and Horn Club; Horticulture Club 



John Carey Westall Evanston 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (2, 3); Football 
Marching Band (1,2,3,4) 











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Paula Westerlund Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Terrapin (2); LTnitarian Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (2, 3), President (3) ; Physi- 
cal Education Majors Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Harvey Lee Weyen Gillespie 

Agriculture 

General Agriculture 

Agricultural Economics Club; Agriculture 

Club; Dairy Production Club; Field and 

Furrow 



Baron Whateley Detroit, Mich. 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Gargoyle ; Tau Beta Pi ; Sigma Tau ; Fine 
and Applied Arts Council (1); A. I. A. 
Honors Day (2, 3, 4) 



Patricia Ann Whealon Champaign 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Alpha Phi 
The Daily Ulini ( 1 ) ; Y.W.C.A. Committee 
(1, 2) ; WILL (1, 2, 3) 



Franklin Scott Whicher. . . .Oak Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

History 

College Hall 

Ulini Union Committee (3); German Club; 

Young Republicans Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Frances Whipple Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Theta Sigma Phi; Ulini 
Union Committee (3); Marketing Club; 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

University of Maryland; Wilson Junior 
College 



Kahi, Holman Whisennand Oblong 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; A.I.Ch.E. 




John Allex Whitaker Forest City 

Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
Engineering Council (3) ; A.S.A.E. 



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Harry Elwood White Sheldon 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Agricultural Education Club 
Honors Day (2,3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



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Commerce 
Marketing 



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Robert Walter White Toliei 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.K.M.K.; S.A.E. 



Phyllis Jean Whitehead Hillsooro 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

English 

4-H House 

Torch; Alpha Chron ; The Daily Illini (1, 

2); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (3,4); McKinley 

Foundation Student Council (2) 



John Franklin Whitman Rock ford 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet. (2); Y.M.C.A. Committee 
(1); Junior Interfraternity Council (2): 
Military Ball Committee (4); Colonel, Air 
Force ROTC: Arnold Air Society: Accoun- 
tancy Club; Illini Sportsman's Club 



James Edward Whitt Penfield 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Military Ball Committee (3): Major, Air 

Force ROTC; Arnold Air Society; A.I.E.E.- 

I.R.E. 



Jack Harold Wickline Decatur 

Agriculture 
General .1 griculture 
Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn Club 
Eastern Illinois State College 



Donald Fred Wiechman Flanagai 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Agricultural Education Club 

Illinois State Normal University 



Marjorie Andrea Wiegand . . . VUla Pari 

Journalism 

Editorial 

Sigma Kappa 

Mortar Board ; Torch ; Shi-Ai ; Phi Kappa 

Phi; Kappa Tau Alpha; Alpha Lambda 

Delta ; Theta Sigma Phi ; Illini Union 

Board (4) ; Major Chairman Personnel 

Illini Union Committee (3); Illini Union 

Council (3); Illini Union Committee (1, 

2) ; McKinley Foundation Student Council 

(1) 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Charles Silas Wilcox New Berlin 

Agriculture 
Dairy Production 
Chez Nous 
House President (4); Agriculture Club: 
Dairy Production Club 
Blackburn College 








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Robert Lewis Wildenradt. . . .Sycamore 
Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 



Jere Wilkins Wilkord Monmouth 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
A.S.C.E. 

Monmouth College 



Constance Carmen Wilhelm. . .Auburn 
Education 
Music Education 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Women's Glee Club (3) 

Millikin University; MacMnrray College 



Harold Franklin Wilkins Cobden 

Agriculture 
Floriculture 
Phi Alpha Xi; Floriculture Club 
Honors Day ( 3, 4) 

Southern Illinois University 



Arthir Russell Williams 

East St. Louis 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 

Kappa Sigma 
Sachem; Mask and Bauble; National Col- 
legiate Players; Phi Alpha Delta; The 
Daily Illini (1); University Theatre Man 
ager (2, 3, 4) ; University Theatre Cast (1, 
2, 3, 4) ; University Theatre Crew (1) ; 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Armed 
Forces Amateur Radio Club; Infantry 
Club; Scabbard and Blade; Junior Bar 
Association 

National University of Mexico; North- 
western University 

John Robert Williams Woodstock 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Kappa Phi 



Milton Lester Williams Lincoln 

Commerce 
Economics 
Finance Club; Illini Insurance Society; 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Southeast Missouri State College; Florida 
Southern College; University of Maryland 



Phyllis Ann Williams Kankakee 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Kappa Delta Pi; The Daily Illini (1) ; The 
Illio (1); University Theatre Crew (1); 
Star Course Manager (2) 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Richard Thomas Williams 

Willow Springs 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
German 
Flagg House 
German Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; University of Chicago 



Theartrice Williams Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Kappa Alpha Psi 
Sociology Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Wilson Junior College 



Claude Kevin Williamson 

East St. Louis 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E. 



John Elliot Wills, Jr Vrbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Philosophy 
Roojah 
Tomahawk: Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta 
Sigma: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2); Y.M.C.A. 
Committee (1): M.I. A. Executive Council 
(4); Student Senate (4); Committee on 
Student Affairs (4); Coordination Com- 
mittee (3) ; McKinlev Foundation Student 
Council (1, 2) 

Honors Day (1,2); University of Illinois 
Scholarhsip Key 

Eleanor Louise Willstbad .... Harmon 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
The Illio (2); Illini Union Committee (1, 
2) ; University Theatre Crew (4) 

Northern Illinois State Teachers College 



Kenneth Roger Wilson Lad range 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
University Theatre Crew (4) ; M.I.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Illinois Institute of Technology 



Robert Lynn Wilson Fairfield 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 

Lambda Chi Alpha 
Illini Union Committee (2,3,4); Junior 
Interfraternity Council (1); I. U.S. A. Bar- 
bershoppers (1,2,4); Captain, Air Force 
ROTC; Marketing Club; Rifle and Pistol 
Club; Spanish Club 

University of Colorado 



Sara Lynn Wilson Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Delta Sigma Epsilon 
Illini Union Committee (3, 4) ; Campus 
Chest (3) 

Northern Illinois State College 



Thomas Timothy Wilson. .. .Champaign 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Painting 
Alpha Delta Phi 
Phi Eta Sigma: Society of Illustrators. 
President (2); Interfraternity Council (3, 
4) ; Illinois Technograph (3) : Fine and 
Applied Arts Council (4) 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Clarence Kenneth Windal. . .Kankakee 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Star Course Manager (2) ; House President 
(3) ; Orchesis (2) ; First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC 
Honors Day (1, 2) 







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Samuel Joseph Winett Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Infantry 
Club; Accountancy Club; Navy Pier 
Alumni Association 
Honors Day ( 3 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Clarence Edward Winn Salem 

Division of Special Services 
Geology 
100 Club 
Southern Illinois University 




Maynard Lee Winston Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Alpha Delta Sigma; Illini Insurance So- 
ciety; Marketing Club; Rho Epsilon; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Roosevelt College 



William Thomas Winter. Superior, Wis. 
Division of Special Services 
Electrical Engineering 
University of California; Trinity Uni- 
versity 




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Education 
Element a ry Education 
Pi Beta Phi 
W.A.A. (3) ; Second Regimental 
(2); University Sinfonietta (1,2 
University Orchestra (1,2,3,4); Repor- 
tory Orchestra (1,2,3); School of Music 
Student Council ( 1 ) 



Philip Stewart Winters Danville 

Division of Special Services 
Marketing 
Chi Phi 




Raymond LeRoy Wirkus. . . 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Flagg House 
Elmhurst College 



. Elmhurst 




John Henry Wirtz McEenrg 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Newman Hall 
Tomahawk; Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; Uni- 
versity Sinfonietta (2,3,4); University 
Orchestra (2,3,4); University Choir (1); 
Men's Glee Club (1,2); Oratorio Society 
(1, 2) 



Peter August Wittenstrom. . . .Chicago 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 
Wilson Junior College 



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Thaddeus Ralph Wojtowicz 

Park Ridge 
Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
I. AS. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Chaki.es Peter WOLF Forest Purl 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Culver-Stockton College 



Dorothy Mary Wolf Woodstock 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Delta 
Shorter Board; Torch; Shi-Ai ; The Illio 
(2, 3, 4), Associate Business Manager (4) ; 
Illini Union Committee (1,2); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1,2); House President (4) 



Glenn Edward Wolf Cherry 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Parade Ground Units 
Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Delta Chi; Young 
Republicans Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Maey Lee Wolf Forest Park 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Chi Omega 
Culver-Stockton College 



Peter Wolf Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Social Studies 
Parade Ground Units 
Phi Eta Sigma 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Douulas Earl Wolfe Urbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet. (2); Y.M.C.A. Committee 
(1,2,3,4); Oratorio Society (1,2); Cap- 
tain, Air Force BOTC ; Arnold Air Society 



Alberta Agnes Wolff Belltvood 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Evans Hall 
Illini Union Committee (1,2); Spanish 
Club; Teachers-in-Training Club 



Charles Harold Wolff Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Clark House 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





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Viola Jean Wolkek Thomasboro 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Priceome 
Wartburg College 





George Dimitri Wolodkin Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. 
Wright Junior College 



John Albert Wood Dahlgren 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Cyclothem Club 






Marianna Wood Christopher 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Rosewood 
Beta Alpha Psi ; House President (3); 
Accountancy Club 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Nancy Wood Chicago 

Veterinary Medicine 
Veterinary Medicine 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Student Veterinary Medical Association 
Michigan State University 



Raymond Martin Wood Effingham 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Military Ball Committee (1,2); Pershing 
Rifles; Marketing Club 



Walter William Wood Springfield 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E, 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Springfield Junior College 



Lolita Ardell Woodard. .Downers Grove 

Journalism 

Radio and Television 

Alpha House 

Y.W.C.A. Committee (1,3); W.A.A. (1, 

2,3,4); House President (4); German 

Club 



David Allen Woodruff 

West Allcnhurst, N.J. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psych ology 
Psi Chi 



Francis Henry Woolridge Decatur 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; Illuminat- 
ing Engineering Society 



Robert Anthony Woolsey. . . 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E. IRE. 



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Margaret Jeanne Work Galesburg 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Sigma Sigma Sigma 
W.A.A. (1,2); Women's Glee Club (3); 
Rifle and Pistol Club 

Western Illinois State College; American 
Academy of Art 



Lewis Richard Worth Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
A.S.M.E.; Illini Sportsman's Club; Rlio 
Epsilon 



John Michael Woythal Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Lundgren House 
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Gayle Wayne Wright Champaign 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Farm House 
Alpha Zeta ; Alpha Tau Alpha; Illini Union 
Committee (2); Captain. Air Force ROTC ; 
Agricultural Education Club; Agriculture 
Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn 
Club; Block and Bridle Club 
Honors Day (2) 



Thomas James Wrona Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Alpha Rho Chi 
A. I. A. 

Wright Junior College 



Madelyn Mary Wyss Eureka 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Petite Maison 
Psi Chi; Illini Union Committee (3,4); 
University Theatre Crew (3,4); Home 
Economics Club 
Eureka College 



Paul Turgeon Yahneu Horncwood 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Newman Hall 
Alpha Kappa Psi; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1) 




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Edward Martin- Yalowitz Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Flagg House 
Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Delta Chi; Illini 
Union Committee (1, 2, 3); University 
Theatre Cast (1,2); University Theatre 
Crew (1,2,3); M.I. A. Executive Council 
(3); House President (1); WILL (3,4) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Richard Edward Yavitt Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 
Wright Junior College 



KlYO YosiiiMURA Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Shorter Board; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (3,4); 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



James Kenneth Young Chicago 

Commerce 
Economics and Marketing 
Newman Hall 
Alpha Kappa Psi; Marketing Club (3,4) 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Sakdy Young Croatia 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Delta Sigma Omicron 
Purdue University 



Rosella Ervin Young Illiopolis 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
McKinley Hall 
Alpha Lambda Delta ; Phi Upsilon Omi- 
cron; Y.W.C.A. Committee (1, 2); All-Ag 
Field Day Committee (2); Freshman Week 
Committee (3) ; Home Economics Council 
(2); Plowboy Prom Committee (2); Home 
Economics Club 
Honors Day (1. 3) 



Richard Allen Yund Farina 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Cyclothem Club 
Honors Day (3) 





Thomas Alan Yungblutii Warren 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Alpha Zeta; Gamma Sigma Delta: Agri- 
culture Club; Dairy Production Club; Field 
and Furrow 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Josephine Sheila Zado vsky. .. .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Music 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Alpha lota; 
Hillel Foundation Student Council (4) 
Bradley University 



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Donald Warren Zagars Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Four Columns 
Illini Sportsman's Club; Rifle and Pistol 
Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Arunas Zailskas Cicero 

Journalism 
Editorial 

College Hall 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; The Daily 
Illini (8.4); Young Republicans Club 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Susan Ann Zakoian Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in French 
T-Dorms 
Orchesis (2,3); French Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



William Nelson Zartman 

Wilmington, Del. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
C hemic at Engineering 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma; 
Phi Lambda Upsilon ; Football Marching 
Band (1,2,3); Second Regimental Band 
(1,2, 3) ; A.I.Ch.E. 

Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Dean Richard Zat/mseil l urora 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Illini Union Committee (1): Freshman 
Varsity Basketball Squad ; Military Ball 
Committee (4); Captain. Army ROTC ; 
Ordnance Club; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; German 
Club; Illini Sportsman's Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Joan Tedrow Zaumseil Taylorville 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Alpha Gamma Delta 

Illini Union Committee (2); Home 
Economics Club; Young Republicans Club 
DePauw University 



Jerome Joel Zelden Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Sigma Alpha Mu 
Hillel Foundation Student Council (1,2,3, 
4); Freshman Week Committee (2); Mar- 
keting Club; Society for the Advancement 
of Management 



Benediktas Ramutis Zemaitis. .Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Newman Hall 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 
Honors Day I I ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 









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Thomas William Zimmer Dupo 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Military Ball Committee (1); Marketing 
Club 



Steven Burt Zimmerman Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi 
Lambda Upsilon 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Raymond Zimnywoda Calumet City 

Division of Special Services 
Labor Economics 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 
Indiana University 



Judith Emily Zink Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
McKinley Hall 
Shorter Board; Illini Union Committee 
(1); Y'.W.C.A. Cabinet (3); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (2, 3) ; Women's Glee Club (1, 
2); Wesley Foundation Student Council 
(2, 3), President (4) 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



SlGITAS KAZIM1ERAS ZUBKUS Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Bastille 
A.I.A. 

Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



Alan Stanley Zuckerman 

Cleveland Heights, Ohio 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Flagg House 
House President (2, 3) 



Don Charles Zugschwerdt. ,Mt. Carroll 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Interfraternity Council (2, 3) 



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BRONZE TABLET- -1955 



Election to Bronze Tablet is the highest scholas- 
tic honor awarded to seniors at the University of 
Illinois. 

A senior who has been in the upper three per 
cent of his class in his respective college during his 
junior and senior years is entitled to have his name 
inscribed on the Bronze Tablet. This means he 
must have received Junior and Senior Honors. 

High scholarship maintained throughout any 
one of the four years at the University is awarded 
by College Honors. Seniors may also qualify for 
University Honors if they have earned College 
Honors twice and have maintained a scholastic 
average for their first seven semesters equal to or 
higher than the fonr-semester average of the low- 



est student recently chosen for University Honors 
from their college under the preceding qualifica- 
tions. 

Senior transfer students who have not been at 
the University for four semesters before gradua- 
tion may achieve University Honors if their aver- 
age for the past three semesters is equal to or 
higher than the four-semester average of the low- 
est student currently elected to Bronze Tablet. 
The average of their transferred credits for the 
year before they transferred must also be equal to 
the average needed for University Honors. 

The University of Illinois Scholarship Key is 
given to recipients of University Honors. 



Charles Jack Andrews 

Algirdgas Avizienis 

Parker Holmes Badger 

Max Bartelstein 

Hale Carlyle Bartlett 

Frank Louis Battuello 

Donald Lester Bitzer 

Spencer Hunter Brown 

Susan Ellen Brown 

James Anthony Ciarlo 

James Spiros Coulos 

Jo Ann Davidson 

Ernestine Elizabeth Dewhirst 

Baymond Dowsett 

Bhoda Lee Dunn 

Olive Irene Durham 

Leroy Fred Engel 

Samuel Davidson Evans 

Sam Howard Frankel 

Gail Furnall 

Charles Edward Gathers 

Michael Paul Gaus 

Clyde Benjamin Graham, Jr. 

Leonard Baldwin Graift 

Samuel Harris 

Donald Earl Henning 

Ann Orton Herreid 

Dolores Jean Holmes 



Donald Alexander Holt 
Roger James Hughes 
Edwin George Jackson, Jr. 
Diane Lee Johnson 
John Callahan Jordan 
Arthur Leroy Kistner 
Jack William Kleeman 
Doris Ann Knox 
Doris Ann Krull 
Constance Memory Kull 
Raymond Edward Larson 
Lloyd Allen Leffers 
George Yan-Chok Leung 
William Wayne Lichtenberger 
Mary Ann Litherland 
Christ Gust Marinakis 
Allan Dale May 
Evelyn McCreery 
Marylou McGowan 
James Richard Meyer 
George Elmer Milum 
Janet Hope Moeller 
Robert Aaron Neiman 
Arthur Donald Nordenberg 
Algis Pabarcius 
Martha Louise Parker 
John Albert Quinn 
Margot Rebhun 



William Andrew Reego 
Sandra Fay Romanoff 
Kenneth Rose 
Walter Rowland 
Alan Mark Sankstone 
Lavaun Adele Schild 
Louis Skaletzky 
Gerald Slocum 
Irvin Darrow Smith 
Larry Duane Smith 
Louis Smiley Stahlman 
James Stanton 
Gene Elaine Stimart 
Robert Newton Storer, Jr. 
Arthur Theodore Susman 
James Byron Swan 
Earl Rudolph Taute 
Harold Frank Tenney 
Carol Krause Umbach 
Mary Carol Waxier 
Martin Lawrence Weiland 
Jovce Ann Wiese 
Ruth Ellen Wylie 
Keith Anderson Yarborough 
Chung Sul Youn 
Mary Ellen Young 
Kenneth Paul Zeman 



539 




Dr. Herbert E. Longenecker, vice president of the University 

of Illinois 



CHICAGO 

PROFESSIONAL 

COLLEGES 

Education for the health professions of Medi- 
cine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, and Nursing is 
centered in the University of Illinois Chicago 
Professional Colleges. Located in the heart of 
a great metropolitan medical center district, it 
draws strength from close relationships with 
many other public and private institutions. 

Through its programs of professional educa- 
tion, the University of Illinois is preparing the 
young citizens of Illinois for competent and 
devoted service to humanity. Graduates of these 
colleges are located throughout the state as a 
result of cooperative efforts with state-wide 
associations. 

Through its Research and Educational Hos- 
pitals, its clinics, and the Division of Services for 
Crippled Children, the University provides 
health services to thousands of Illinois citizens 
annually. Through its research carried on in 
these Colleges, the University of Illinois is con- 
tinually advancing our knowledge and applying 
it to ever-changing needs. 

Herbert E. Longenecker 



Left to right: Dean Earl R. Series, Dean Graville A. Bennett, Emily C, Cardew, Dean Isaac Schour 



542 






Donald J. Casely, medical director Franklin C. Dalla, director of Maurice J. Galbraith, dean of Hooker Goodwin, director of 

of Research and Educational Hos- housing and the Chicago lllini student affairs Illustration Studios 

pital and associate dean of the Col- Union 

lege of Medicine 



ADMINISTRATIVE 
OFFICIALS 




Paul A. Hartley, associate director 
of non-academic personnel 



Margaret D. Johnson, food servict 
manager 



George R. Moon, examiner and Harry W. Pearee, superintendent 
recorder of buildings and grounds 



William A. Peeples, manager of 
Wilma Troxel, librarian public relations 




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Dean Milan V. Novak 



In this way higher education has in- 
creased in stature and has encompassed, 
as a phase of its total responsibilities to 
an expectant society, the advancement 
of imaginative thought and formalized 
learning to the very borders of the 
known. 

Through the device of fellowships, 
research assistanships, and research 
grants, graduate work at the Chicago 
Professional Colleges is encouraged. The 
immediate objective is to increase the 
supply of teachers and investigators in 
professional schools dealing with the 
healing arts. Properly accomplished, 
graduates thus extend their influence to 
neighboring institutions of learning and 
reflect the contributions of our Univer- 
sity to the total purpose for which they 
were created. 



GRADUATE 
COLLEGE 



Intellectual endeavor at the graduate level has as 
its objective the discovery and dissemination of new 
facts, the mastery of a definite field of endeavor, and 
the integration of new facts with the existing domain 
of knowledge. The creation and transmission of facts 
instigated by human curiosity and the urge for re- 
search is a basic purpose for higher institutions of 
learning. In the spirit of inquiry in this intellectual 
climate, students at the graduate level are stimulated 
and led to seek advanced knowledge. They learn to 
pursue a problem with clarity of thought, respect 
for evidence, and a critical analysis of results lead- 
ing to the establishment of facts and their ultimate 
synthesis into the realm of common knowledge. 



The study of micro-organisms which cause infectious diseases is an important 
part of the training of graduate students. 



544 




COLLEGE OF 
DENTISTRY 

The University of Illinois College of 
Dentistry was founded in 1892 and is lo- 
cated on the near west side in Chicago's 
vast medical center. 

This year brings to the College a new 
Dean, Dr. Isaac Schour who succeeds Dr. 
Allan Brodie. Dr. Brodie served well as 
Dean for eleven years, and relinquished 
the Deanship so that he might devote his 
time to teaching and research in orthodon- 
tics. Dr. Schour has been with the College 
of Dentistry since 1924; he was appointed 
Professor and Head of the Department of 
Histology in 1935, and Associate Dean in 
1945. 

To assist in meeting the nation's increas- 
ing dental needs, the College admits as 
many students each year as its facilities 



College of Dentistry 






Dean Isaac Schour 



permit. The number of first year students 
has been increased to eighty, and will be 
ninety hereafter. All entering students 
have a minimum of two years of college 
credits. 

Because the College is striving to edu- 
cate dentists who apply medical sciences 
in dental practice, science courses and 
clinical practice are distributed through- 
out the four years. The student begins to 
care for patients in his first year. By the 
time he graduates, he is well prepared to 
do his part in caring for the dental needs 
of the population. 



545 




Dean Earl R. Series 



COLLEGE OF 
PHARMACY 



The University of Illinois College of Pharmacy for 
many years has been a pioneer in pharmaceutical edu- 
cation. Today it is still very much a leader, for it has 
recently completed building one of the most modern 
and futuristic educational buildings of its type in the 
world. 

The building has many unique features including 
escalators, walls constructed of moveable steel parti- 
tions which insure easy modification of the size of any 
classroom or office, laboratories which will accommo- 
date at least one hundred students at a time and which 
afford complete visibility of the room without obstruc- 
tion from pillars or pipes, a superb air filtering and 
ventilating system, and forty-three large display cases 
located along the corridors which contain interesting 
and educational displays. The new pharmacy building 
also has a very well-planned and equipped manufactur- 
ing pilot plant which is of great research and educa- 
tional value. 

The many wonderful facilities of the new College of 
Pharmacy building will contribute much towards the 
education of its students and the promotion of research 
and progress in the field of pharmacy. 



East Unit of the Dentistry-Medieine-Pharmacy Building 



546 




SCHOOL OF 
NURSING 



The University of Illinois School of Nursing in- 
augurated a four-year curriculum leading to the de- 
gree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1954. The 
first students to be admitted to the professional 
phase of the curriculum enrolled at the Professional 
Campus in September 1954. In addition to the four- 
year curriculum in Nursing, the School of Nursing 
also provides, for the well-qualified graduate of 
hospital school of nursing programs, a Continuation 
Program in Nursing. 

Both of these curricula provide for a broad back- 
ground in the Liberal Arts, for carefully selected 
clinical experiences in the Nursing Units of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois Research and Educational Hospi- 
tals, and for experiences in public health and rural 
hospital nursing. With such preparation, the profes- 
sional nurse can be expected to assume the broad 
responsibilities of modern nursing and to exert lead- 
ership in the community and in her profession. 




Emily C. Cardew, acting director 



Nursing students working with children 




547 





Dean Granville R. Bennett 

Cook County Hospital, Presbyterian Hospital, 
and the West Side V. A. Hospital. All are used 
to a greater or lesser extent in the under- 
graduate teaching program. The University 
of Illinois Research and Educational Hospi- 
tals, including the Neuropsychiatric Institute, 
have 810 beds and 50 bassinets and these 
hospitals are directly connected through cor- 
ridors with the medical school itself. 

The College of Medicine faculty numbers 
approximately one thousand specialists in the 
various branches of medicine and of these, 
about eight hundred provide their time with- 
out remuneration to student teaching and re- 
search programs. All departments in the 
College have active investigative programs 
dealing with basic biological problems and 
clinical research. The composition of the 
faculty and the facilities in which the faculty 
work are such as to offer a fine opportunity 
for the medical students in preparing them- 
selves for the practice of medicine either in 
the general practice field or in some special- 
ized area of practice. 

548 



COLLEGE OF 
MEDICINE j 

The University of Illinois College of Medicine is lo- 
cated in the Medical Center District two miles west of 
the loop section of Chicago. Thus in close relation to the 
other health science colleges, Dentistry, Pharmacy and 
Nursing, and the Research and Educational Hospitals, it 
forms an important part of a vast group of health profes- 
sion installations. 

The College of Medicine became affiliated with the 
University in 1897 and in 1913 became an integral part 
of the University of Illinois. In 1941 the staff of the Rush 
Medical School was added to the faculty of the College of 
Medicine and in the same year Presbyterian Hospital, 
through formal agreement, became affiliated with the 
University. The College of Medicine, through expansion 
and remodeling of its facilities, has in recent years greatly 
improved the educational opportunities for its students 
in the science and art of medicine. 

Within a radius of four blocks from the medical school, 
there are four hospitals having a total capacity of more 
than five thousand beds. These hospitals include the Uni- 
versity of Illinois Research and Educational Hospitals, the 

The Neuropsychiatric Institute and the Research and Educational Hospital 





SENIORS 



COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY SENIORS 



CLASS OFFICERS 



John Albert Maddrell Freeport 

B.S. 
Class President; Student Council; Execu- 
tive Student Council 



Hugh Joseph Flanagan Chicago 

B.S. 
Class Vice President ; Psi Omega ; Ameri- 
can Dental Association ; Newman Club 



Joseph John Granata Chicago 

B.S. 
Class Secretary ; Delta Sigma Delta 



Peter Morse Irvine La.Gra.nt 

Class Treasurer; Delta Sigma Dplta 




Richard Lee Dejarld Joliet 

B.S. 
Student Council; Executive Student Coun- 
cil; Delta Sigma Delta 



Walter John Godelausky. . . . Westville 

B.S. 
Student Council; Delta Sigma Delta 



Arthur Frank Grimmenga Berwyn 

B.S. 
Student Council; Psi Omega; Dental Chris- 
tian Medical Society 



Francis Joseph Maly Riverside 

B.S. 
Student Council; Psi Omega 



Milton Wayne Albert . 

B.A., B.S. 
Psi Omega 



.Decatur 






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Jonathan William Barrett. .. .Pontiac 

B.A., B.S. 
Psi Omega 



James Arthur Allison. . .Arlington Hts. 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 



Marvin Antman 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega 



550 



. Chicago 




Stuart Bernstein 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega 



. Chicago 



Richard Charles Bieles. 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 



.Chicago 



Eugene Arnold Casperson Chicago 

B.S. 
Psi Omega; Dental Christian Medical So- 
ciety 



Thomas Glen Chung, Jr.. .Salinas, Cal. 

B.A., B.S. 
Psi Omega 



Val John Corrado Oalc Park 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 

William Henry Daly Bcrwenville 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 

Louis Darwish Spring Valley 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 

Louis Theodore Dimas Joliet 

Delta Sigma Delta 

Michael Hugh Dyer Belhvood 

B.S. 
Psi Omega; Illini Union Social Committee 

Robert Eisinger New York, N.Y. 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega; Illini Union Social Com- 
mittee 

Thomas Philip Feeney Joliet 

B.S. 

Delta Sigma Delta 








■Hi 











Jack William French Springfield 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 

Arthur Jay- Friduss Chicago 

B.S., M.S. 
Alpha Omega 

Albert William Friedman Chicago 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega 

Edward Gilberg Chicago 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega 

Jesse Hader New York, N.Y. 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega 

Duanb Lee Hasselbring Potomac 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 

Chtkara Hiroshige Hilo, Hawaii 

Chester Louis Jasiczek Chicago 

Psi Omega 

John Louis Kaeser Marion 

B.S. 
Psi Omega ; Dental Christian Medical So- 
ciety 



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551 



John Joseph Kaminski Chicago 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 



Melvin Kaplan Chicago 

B.S. 
Alpha <>mega 

Jack Kashihara Chicago 

Linton Jerome Keith, Jr Chicago 

B.S. 

Harry Kim Hilo, Hawaii 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 



Donald Eugene Kolmer. . . .Springfield 

11. A., B.S. 
Dc lta Sigma Delta 



Sherwin Laff 
B.S. 

Alpha Omega 



.Chicago 



William Barker Lazarus .... Springfield 
B.S. 

Alpha Omega ; Interfraternity Council 



Eugene Lekan 
B.A., B.S. 



. ( 'hicago 














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552 




Herbert Benjamin Lerch Chicaao 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega 

Wallace Dale Long Decatur 

B.S., M.S. 
Psi Omega 

Joseph John Matuga Chicago 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 



William Council Maurer . . . . Springfield 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 



Boleslaw Mazur Struga, Poland 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 

Neal Thomas McDyer Park Ridge 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta: Illio Committee 

Thomas Henry Hear Blue Island 

Delta Sigma Delta 

Raymond Meyer Chicago 

B.A., B.S. 
Psi Omega; Mini Union Music Committee 

John Clark Miller Danville 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 



William Allyne Mitcheltree Flossrnoor 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 



Pete Paesani Nokomis 

B.S. 
Pm Omega; Interfraternity Council 

Leonard Pekoff Chicago 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega 

Bernard Podlasinrki Chicago 

B.S. 

Delta Sigma Delta 



Robert Eugene Pulliam. . .Harrisburg 

B.S. 
Psi Omega; Dental Christian Medical So- 
ciety 



Harrison Merle Robbins Chicago 

Alpha Omega 



Herbert Robert Rosenstein.. .Chicago 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega; Illini Union Social Com- 
mittee 



Vincent Joseph Sacchetti. . . .Chicago 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 



Richard Rokuro Saiki . Honolulu, Hawaii 

B.S. 
Deita Sigma Delta 

















Sam Masami Sasamoto Chicago 

B.S. 

Joe Schott LaSalle 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta; Illini Union Display 
( Jommittee 

Georges Simonet Paris, France 

D.F.M.P. 



Arthur Morris Solomon Bellivood 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega 



Zei.more Charles Teicher Chicago 

B.S. 



William Venema, Jr Cicero 

Dental Christian Medical Society; Illio 
Committee 



Gary Holmes Weaver 

Salt Lake City, Vtah 



Carl Weber Aurora 

Delta Sigma Delta 



Harry Wolff Chicago 

B.S. 
Dental Christian Medical Society 



553 



COLLEGE OF MEDICINE SENIORS 



CLASS OFFICERS 



Adolph Ales Sattler Chicago 

B.S. 
Class President; Student Council; Execu- 
tive Student Council ; Phi Rho Sigma ; Pi 
Kappa Epsilon ; S.A.M.A. 

Philip James Dougherty Oglesby 

B.S. 
Class Vice President; Phi Rho Sigma: Pi 
Kappa Epsilon 

John Taylor Leonard Rod: ford 

B.S. 
Class Secretary; Alpha Kappa Kappa 



Anthony Michael Scakdino . . . . Chicago 

B.S. 
Class Treasurer; Phi Rho Sigma 








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Norman Halfpenny' Broohfield 

B.S. 
Student Council; Phi Rho Sigma 

Loren Jenkins Humphrey Joliet 

B.A., B.S. 
Student Council; Executive Student Coun- 
cil; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Pi Kappa Epsi- 
lon 

David Allen Marcus Chicago 

B.S. 

Student Council; Phi Delta Epsilon 

M m:\ in Rosenberg Chicago 

B.S. 
Student Council ; Phi Delta Epsilon ; Pi 
Kappa Epsilon 



Marvilee Aden . . 

B.A., B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



. Golden 



Ho\v\rd Philip A i hi u 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega Alpha 



. < 'hicago 



* \ 



kknk 




James Harry- Andersen. 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Ku 



.May wood 



Leo Jerome Ankenbrandt . Mount Carmel 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



554 



Jack Donald Aron Chicago 

B.A. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 

Alan Robert Aronson Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha ; 
Pi Kappa Epsilon 

David Michael Barton Rockford 

B.A., B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nil ; S.A.M.A. 

Howard Harvey Berlin Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa; S.A.M.A. 



Robert Francis Bettasso. 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu 



.B envy n 



Milton Bibergal 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 



. Chicago 



Owen Henrv Bloodgood, Jr. 

Bloomington 
B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu 



Robert Francis Burns. 

B.A. 
Newman Club 



. Kankakee 



Louis Byrne 

B.A. 
Christian Medical Society 



. Chicago 




m 





Jackson Edward Cagle, Jr Chicago 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega Alpha 



William Greenwood Carmichael 

Toronto, Canada 
Ph.B., B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



William Levi Carper. 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



. Canton 



Frank Charles Carter. 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



.Streator 



Charles Russell Chedister 

Canton, Ohio 
B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma; Alpha Omega Alpha 



James Ernest Coeur. 

B.A. 
Phi Beta Pi 



. Carthage 



Anthony Michael Cosentino . . .Chicago 
Alpha Omega Alpha; Pi Kappa Epsilon 



Earle Ellswoijth Crandall. . . . Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 



Merle Francis Crossland Bowen 

B.A., B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; Illini Union Music 
Committee; S.A.M.A. 



555 



Charles Crown Bellwood 

lis 
Christian Medical Society 



James Curry 
B.S. 



. Freeport 



Norris Robert Dougherty. . . .Maywood 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; Tllio Committee 



William Robert Durham. .. Harrisburg 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



Gordon Dvkstra Worth 

B.S. 



Joel Kenneth Eakins Ozark, Mo. 

B.S. 
Christian Medical Society 



Harold Eugene Elliott. .. .Harrisburg 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



David Tice Ellis. 

B.A., B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 



. Rockton 



Patrick William Elwood Peoria 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi: Alpha Omega Alpha; Pi 
Kappa Epsilon 



556 



'tr***"* 



i* 












^R H 









Rodney Wayne England. .. .Springfield 

B.s. 
Alpha Omega Alpha 



Donald Eytcheson. 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 



linn eg 



Hugh Churchill Falls. .. .River Forest 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nil ; Pi Kappa Epsilon 



Earl Norman Feiwioll. . . . 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon; S.A.M.A. 



. Chicago 



Sherwin Allen Fox. 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 



.Chicago 



Stanwood Spealman Frank 

Mount Carroll 
B.A., B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



DONALD IRVIN Kink Ecritan 

B.S., M.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; Til in i Union Display 
Committee 

Samuel Bernard Ginsburg Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa 

William Paul Glezen Oblong 

B.S 

Phi Rho Sigma; Alpha Omega Alpha; Pi 
Kappa Epsilon ; S.A.M.A. 



James Arthur Golden-stein. . .Kankakee 

U.A.. B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi; S.A.M.A. 



Melvin Goodman Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa; Pi Kappa Epsilon; 
S.A.M.A. 

Harry Walter Graff Chicago 

B.S. 
Pi Kappa Epsilon 

Russell Phillip Halt Hinsdale 

B.A., B.S. 

Nu Sigma Nil 



Norvelle Adrienne Harris . . . . Chicago 

B.A., B.S. 
Alpha Epsilon Iota 



John Robert Hartman. 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu 



. Rochelle 



ElNAR HlMMA 
B.S. 



. . Chicago 



Victor Horvitz Chicago 

B.A., B.S.. A.M. 
Phi Delta Epsilon; Mini Union Social 
Committee 



Ronald Lewis Hudec. 

B.A., B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 



.Berwyn 




Brian Huncke. 
B.S. 



. < hicago 












Norman Dean Hungness. 

B.A., B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nn 



.Sheldon 



Theodore Shigeaki Ikeda Chicago 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu; Pi Kappa Epsilon 

Donald Ray Ingram Alton 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; Christian Medical 
Society; S.A.M.A. 

Harold Johnson Centralia 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 

SiiER'vix Allan Kabins Chicago 

B.A. 
Phi Lambda Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha 

Tadashi Kadoxaga Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi 



John William Kaminski. 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 



.Chicago 



Jerome Kaplan. 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 



. Chicago 



557 



Lambros Alfred Karkazis Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 



Nicholas Alexander Kefalides. Geneseo 

B.A, B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; Pi Kappa Epsilon ; 
S.A.M.A. 



William Kemp. 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu 



.Pierre, S.D. 



Kermit Bruce Knudsen 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Ompga Alpha 



Douglas Charles Layman Lombard 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu 

Gerald Lee Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon ; Alpha Omega Alpha ; 
Pi Kappa Epsilon 

Joel Howard Levine Chicago 

U.S. 
Illini Union Social Committee 

Jerry Parker Lewis Decatur 

B.A., B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu 

Howard Maxwell Luce Chicago 

Ph.B., B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 



558 











John- Clifton Macdonnell, Jr. 

Downers Grace 
B.A., B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu 



Wilbur James Marshall, Jr.. . .Chicago 

Ph.B., B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu ; S.A.M.A. 



Robert James McFerran Chicago 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 

James William McKinzie Chicago 

B.S. 

Nu Sigma Nu 

Roland Sanford Medansky Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa; SAM. A. 



Wilfred Stare Miller, Jr. . .Assumption 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; Glee Club; Camera 
Club 



James Alfred Naatz. . . . 
B.S. 

Phi Rho Sigma; S.A.M.A. 



. Chicago 



Richard August Newman l«G™nf/« 

■DO 

Phi Rho Sigma; S.A.M.A. 



David Novack 

B.A. 
Phi Lambda Kappa 



. Chicago 



Leonard Pomper Chicago 

B.S. 
Piii Lambda Kappa 

William Joseph Potts Gibson City 

B.A., B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa ; Pi Kappa Epsilon 

William Carter PresCOTT Decatur 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu ; Pi Kappa Epsilon 

Norman Reis Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa 

Jack Samuel Remington Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon; Alpha Omega Alpha; 
Illio Committee 

Jean-Louis Royer Rieiil Chicago 

B.S., B.E.P.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 



Marvin Magnus Romsdahl. .Hayti, S.D. 

B.A., B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu 














Fred Herbert Rowe Lincolnwood 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa 

George William Rurik Chicago 

B.S. 

Phi Rho Sigma 

Wesley Harold Ryd Chicago 

B.S. 



Donald Frederick Sciialler. . . Itochelle 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu ; S.A.M.A. 



Joyce Anna Schild Chicago 

B.S. 
Alpha Epsilon Iota; S A M.A. 



Waldo Conrad Schneider. .. .Eimlmrst 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



Jerral Sumner Seibert. 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu 



.Hollywood 



T- ^ 



Harry Rosenfeld Woodbine. N.J. 

B.S. 



Richard Burton Rosenstein. . .Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 





JkTM 




Howard Myers Shelly 

East Greenville, Pa. 
B.A., B.S. 



Lois Ellen Shirky. 

B.A., B.S. 
Alpha Epsilon Iota 



. Toil- Center 



559 



Selwyn Shkolnik Chicago 

B.A. 
Alpha Omega Alpha; Pi Kappa Epsilon 



Leonard Silverman Chicago 

B.S. 



Kenneth Henry Simpson Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon ; Pi Kappa Epsilon 

Sheldon Slodki Chicago 

B.S. 

Andrew Paul Somly'o Evanslom 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma; Alpha Omega Alpha 

Marshall Jerome Spector Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa; Pi Kappa Epsilon 

Peter Starrett Lombard 

Phi Rho Sigma 

Ward Starrett Lombard 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 

Eugene Emanuel Stern Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa 



560 




V 







Orville Joseph Stone. 

B.A., B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



John Charles Stutzman. 
B.A, B.S. 



.Carlock 



Robert Stutzman Carloclc 

B.A.. B.S. 



Joseph James Svmon IJicerside 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa: S.A.M.A. 



James Joseph Thomas Springfield 

B.A., B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



Romulus Buckland Thomas. .Springfield 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



Maralyn Ellis Toman. 

B.S. 
Alpha Epsilon Iota 



. . .Chicago 



Lynn Turner. 

B.A., B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nil 



. Decatur 



Carl Wackeb 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu 



. LaSalle 




Edward John Wajda Chicago 

B.S. 



John Edward Walker, Jr. 
B.S. 

Nu Sigma Nu 



. Princeton 



Irving Warner 
B.S.. M.S. 



Chicago 



Eugene Carl Weinstein. 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa 



. Chicago 



Mary Susanne Wili.f.ms. 

B.A. 
Alpha Epsilon Tota 



Marseilles 



Arthur Williamson Lineal,, 

B S 
Phi Beta Pi 




Richard Kenneth Willms. . .Lake Blmi 

R.A., B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu; mini Union Social Com- 
mittee; S.A.M.A. 



James Lynn Windeck. 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 



. lielvidere 



Richard William Wolk. 

B.A., B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



. /,'/ 1 ersidi 



Arthur Abruiam Wolosiiin. . . .Chicago 

B.S., A.M. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 



Ernest Itstto Yahiro. 
B.A.. B.S. 

Phi Kim Sigma 



. Chicago 



Marvin Mitchell Zolot. 

B.A., B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 



.Chicago 



561 



COLLEGE OF PHARMACY SENIORS 



Class Officers 



Richard Doretti Chicago 

Class President; Student Council; Execu- 
tive Student Council; Delta Kappa Sigma; 
A.Ph.A. 

Jerome Nicholas Colletti Chicago 

Ph.B. 
Class Vice President; A.Ph.A. 

Joan Carol Howard Park Ridge 

Class Secretary ; Lambda Kappa Sigma ; 
Phi Kappa Phi; Rho Chi; A.Ph.A. 

Lowell David Zeleznick Chicago 

Class Treasurer; Delta Kappa Sigma; Rho 
Chi; A.Ph.A.; Interfratemity Council 



Josephine Pauline Altieri 

LaGrange Park 
Lambda Kappa Sigma; Rho Chi; A.Ph.A.; 
Interfratemity Council 



Richard Lee Archer Aurora 

A.Ph.A.; Phi Mu Phi 




Robert Warren Engelthaler. .Chicago 
.Student Council; Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A. 



M,A 


- 



Morton Goldsmith Chicago 

Student Council ; Delta Kappa Sigma ; 
A.Ph.A. 

Lionel Norton Simon Chicago 

Student Council; Delta Kappa Sigma; Rho 
Chi ; A.Ph.A. ; Class Financial Committee 

Nissen Victor Vexler Chicago 

Student Council; Executive Student Coun- 
cil; Delta Kappa Sigma; Rho Chi; A.Ph.A. 

Edgardo Baracchini Chicago 

Carl William Bertram Chicago 

A.Ph.A. 



562 



Bevlah Marie Blacksher Chicago 

Lambda Kappa Sigma; A. Ph. A. 

Ward Ellis Bost, Jr Eravston 

BA. 
Kappa Psi ; Phi Kappa Phi ; Rho Chi ; 
A.PhA. 

Ralph Stephen Bradel Chicago 

Kappa Psi; A.PhA. 

Norman Roscoe Brown Chicago 

A.Ph.A. 

Zinnia Cicenas Chicago 

Lambda Kappa Sigma; Rho Chi; A.PhA. 

Irving Cotovskt Chicago 

A.Ph.A. 

Charles David Orepas Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A. 

Jerome John Dont Chicago 

Kappa Psi; A.Ph.A. 




*JMKU 




Richard Bennett Elsner Chicago 

Kappa Psi; Rho Chi; A.Ph.A.; Mini Union 
Display Committee 

PAtn. Feldman Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma 

Gerald Lee Prank Chicago 

A.Ph.A. 

Alvin Earl Geller Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A. 

Donald Francis Gorski Chicago 

Kappa Psi; A.Ph.A.; Mini Union Social 
Committee 

Ronald Dwisht Hinsdill Chicago 

Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A.; Illio Committee 

Franklin Jdle Horwitz Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma ; A.Ph.A. 

Robert John Ireland Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A. 



563 



David Alfred Irwin Elmhurst 



Aza Stephanie Iwanchtjk 

Ternopil, Ukraine 



Rosemarie Joan Kalvelage . . . . Chicago 
Lambda Kappa Sigma; A. Ph. A. 



James Patrick Kelly Chicago 

A.Ph.A. 



Glenn Stephen Kraiss. .Elm wood Parle 



Jack Lehrfeld Chicago 



Donald Paul Lux. . . 



.Chi 




f V^v^K"V 







CS 4 



Sheldon Leonard Menis Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A. 

Richard John Mikyska Berwyn 

Kappa Psi; A.Ph.A.; Ulini Union Music 
Committee 

Marshall Meyer Miller Chicago 

A.Ph.A. 

Donald Matthew Mitok J diet 

Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A. 

James Hubert Molloy Chicago 

Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A.; Tllio Committee 

James Francis Muren Joiiet 

Phi Delta Chi; Rho Chi 

Cyril Natkin Eoanston 

B.S. 
A.Ph.A. 



John Ronald Manfred. 
Phi Delta Chi 



.Joiiet 



564 




Mary Joyce Newman Chicago 

Lambda Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A.; Illio Com- 
mittee 



Gerard Robert Paszkiet Chicago 

Kappa Psi ; A. Ph. A. 

Marshall Jay Rasoe Chicago 

A. Ph. A. 

Ronald Francis Reiman Berwyn 

Knppa Psi; A. Ph. A. 

Sherman Ira Rosen Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; A. Ph. A. 

Alan Avrum Rosenberg Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma 

William Donald Ross Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A. 



Jerald Bernard Rothstein . . . . Chicago 
Delta Kappa Sigma; A. Ph. A. 



Eleanor Anna Rurik Schiller Park 

Lambda Kappa Sigma; A. Ph. A. 




Harold Thomas Schroeder. . Woodstock 
A.Ph.A. 




Kenneth Ross Scnurct.rc Chic.o 



James Robert Selinger Springfield 

Kappa Psi; A.Ph.A.; Illini Union Dis- 
play Committee; Class Social Committee 

Ann Mildred Shuler Oswego 

Lambda Kappa Sigma; Phi Knppa Phi; 
Rho Chi; A.Ph A. 

RrcHARD Joseph Smoi.en Chicago 

Donald Allan Sosvock Chicago 

U.S. 
Delta Kappa Sigma: A.Ph.A. 

Robert Edward Spritzer Aurora 

A.Ph.A. 

Joan Hansen Stanton Chicago 

Lambda Kappa Sigma; A Ph. A. 



565 



Robert Luther Steenrod Chicago 

Sheldon Marshall Stein Chicago 

Marvin Steinberg Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; A. Ph. A. 

James Ronald Stewart Chicago 

Kappa Psi; A. Ph. A. 



Karl Raymond Strickland. Bloomington 
Kappa Psi; A. Ph. A. 



James Louis Subka Chicago 

Kappa Psi; A.Ph.A. 




Regina Tarkowski Chicago 

Lambda Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A. 

Irving Charles Udell Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A. 

John James Wadas, Jr Chicago 

Kappa Psi; Tllini Union Music Committee 

Michael Wasiuta Chicago 

Ph.D. 

Jordan Dale Waxman Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; Rho Chi; A.Ph.A. 



Richard Donald Weismehl. . . .Chicago 
Delta Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A. 



566 



OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY SENIORS 



Yoshimi Amino Los Angeles, Calif. 

U.I.C. Choir; Illi-Sota. treasurer; Y.W. 
C.A.; W.A.A.; Hawaii Club 



Miriam Behrens Bethards 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Gamma Phi Beta ; Illi-Sota, president : 
Torch, president; Mortar Board; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; Uni- 
versity of Illinois Scholarship Key ; Student 
Senate, treasurer; Student-Alumni Board; 
University Theatre, associate manager; 
Y.W.C.A. 



Joanne B \rbara Carlson. .. .La Grange 
Phi Mu; Illi-Sota; Wesley Foundation 



Carol Combs Alton 

Delta Delta Delta; University Theatre; 
Illi-Sota 



Barbara Ann Donovan Chicago 

Newman Club; Illi-Sota; Ulini Union Com- 
mittee 



Virginia Dunn Peoria 

Illi-Sota, secretary; Newman Foundation 



Janet Carol Engbring Efflngham 

Illi-Sota 
















Beverly Blue Fox Paxton 

.Stratford House, president; Illi-Sota, vice 
president; Alpha Chron ; Baptist Student 
Foundation; Honors Day (2, 3); Y W. 
C.A. 



Vivian Chun Hiltcer Chicago 

Wescoga, secretary; Illi-Sota, president; 
Ulini Union Display Committee 



Anne Elizabeth Lewis Bersman 

Illi-Sota, president, vice president; McKin- 
ley Foundation ; W.A.A. 



Susan Cecilia Louie Chicago 

Newman Club. Illi-Sota, secretary; Ulini 
Union Display Committee 



Margaret Lupton. . Indianapolis, Indiana 
Illi-Sota 



Carol Mayer Chicago 

Illi-Sota; Ulini Union Committee; Hillel 
Foundation 



Vera Saline Chicago 

Kappa Delta; the Illio, junior editor; Illi- 
Sota, president; Campus Chest; Y.W.C.A.; 
Ulini Union Social Committee ; Illio Com- 
mittee 



567 



ILLIO 

PHOTO 

CONTEST 




Second place: Charles Crepas, Pharmacy Senior 

570 




COUNCILS AND CLASSES 




lop row: Richard Doretti. Edward Patula. Nissen Vexler, Richard DeJarld, John Maddrell, Loren Humphrey, William Meltzer 
Bottom row: Patricia McEniff, Thomas Dirksen, chairman ; Prof. James Davis, faculty advisor; Roni Levin 
Not in panel: Adolph Sattler 

EXECUTIVE STUDENT COUNCIL 



DENTAL STUDENT COUNCIL 

Top row: Charles Gross, Francis Maly 

Second row: Donald Rice, James Morganelli, Arthur Grimmenga, Vincent Urbanek, Richard DeJarld 
Bottom row: Richard Gunther. Thomas Dirksen, John Maddreli, president; Raymond Krug, William Smith 
Not in panel: James Catlin, Benjamin Farnum, Walter Godelausky 



572 




MEDICAL 
STUDENT 
COUNCIL 










Offleers — Left to right: William Meltzer, secretary-treasurer; Loren 
Humphrey, president; Adol])h Sattler, vice president 



The Medical Student Council administers the 
student government of the College of Medicine. 
This group is elected from the four medical 
classes and is composed of twelve council members 
and the four class presidents. 

The Council is growing in importance as a liai- 
son between the student body and faculty ad- 
ministrative groups. It is the Council's responsi- 
bility to weigh problems of student interest, pre- 
sent recommendations to faculty administrative 
groups, and to act as the official voice of student 
opinion in faculty-student relationships. 



Annually the Medical Student Council sponsors 
the Raymond B. Allen "Golden Apple" Instructor- 
ship Award to the outstanding instructor of each 
class. The 1955 awards were made to Richard 
Winzler, freshman class; William Whitehorn, 
sophomore class; Nicholas Cotsonas and Oglesby 
Paul, junior class; Carl Marienfeld and John Rey- 
nolds, senior class. 

The Council contributes each year to the Henry 
G. Poncher Student Aid Fund, from which loans 
are made to students in emergency situations. 



Top row : Wendell Carter, Jim Crouse, Merrill Scott. David Marcus 

Bottom row : Luis Owano, William Meltzer, Loren Humphrey, Arnold Tatar 

Not in panel: Glen Asselmeier, Thomas Bergeron, Norman Halfpenny. Jack Lasersohn, Marvin Rosenberg 



Adolph Sattler 




573 




Top row : Chris LaPorte, Edward Patula, Caesar Garibaldi, Allan Berg, Morton Goldsmith, Richard Doretti 

Bottom row: Gerald Jacoby, vice president; Fay Christensen, secretary; Nissen Vexler, president; Marilyn Kribley, Prof. James Davis, faculty 
advisor; Robert Engelthaler, treasurer 

PHARMACY STUDENT COUNCIL 



MEDICAL INTERFRATERNITY 
COUNCIL 



Top row : Farrell Mock, Glen Asselmeier, Willis Dickens, Ivan Lindgren. John Leedom 

Bottom row: Reinhardt Bodenbender, treasurer; Charles Livingston, president; James Sandrolini, vice president; Robert Underwood, secretary 





Top row: Jack Krotenberg, Harvey Locker, Marvin Schumer, Sheldon Sharfman. William Wax, Arthur Gensior, James Phelps. Gerald Noskin, James 
Ralph, Elliott Esses, Richard Zimmers. (ierald Jaffe, Edward Kozak 

Second row: Leo Trusewitsch, Edmund Tong, Richard Gunther, student council representative; Joseph Konieczny, Donald Jelinek, Neal Baigh, 
Eugene Zawlocki. Gerald Popper, Anthony Reinert, Howard Liebman, Joseph Jacobs. Masaro Harada 

Bottom row: Howard Stitcher, Charles Gross, James Havera, Norman Eifler, John Howland, James Catlin, president; James Donlan, Ray Callahan 

Not in panel: Richard Andrews, John Armstrong, Donald Brown, treasurer ; Robert Cross, Gerard Daly, Thomas Dirksen, student council represen- 
tative; Lionel Furukawa, secretary; Allen Goldberg, Albert Grubba. Ronald Kindelsperger, Sigurds Krolls, Gene Lawver, Alfred Neimy, Robert 
Nicholls, Henry Peterson, Wilbur Pettitt, Cannutte Russell, James Saari, Theodore Strenski, vice president; Vincent Urbanek, student council 
representative ; Carl Venkus. Franklin Weine, Gerald Williams. Maurice Zalcman 

DENTISTRY JUNIORS 



DENTISTRY SOPHOMORES 



Top row: Thomas Schafer, Arnold Wax, Raymond Salvino, Philip Wright, Perry Voornas, Egon Schein, Robert Challenger, Roland Rudnick 
Third row : Ray Krug, John Duffy, Robert Klein, Donald Newell, Melvin Maclin, Donald Rice, William Smith, Richard Macri, Jordan Kramer, 

treasurer; John Lee 
Second rout : Donald Salk, Fred Burkhardt, Thomas Horrigan, Gerald Magnes, Robert Bryant. Albert Jackson, Lawrence Tinder, Melvin Sered 
Bottom row: Nathaniel Hamilton, Dominic Vitucci, Robert Hoehne, vice president; Jack Holt, secretary; Benjamin Farnum, president; Steve 

Kakos 
Not in panel : Homer Allen, Robert Anderson, Donald Carlson, Irwin Chaiken, William Cooper, Stanley Cross, Hubert Dorian, William Fox, William 
Geiser, Howard Gerstein, Bertram Goodhart, Seymour Gottleib, Eugene Grandel, Ben Harris, Stanley Hellman, Richard Holt. Charles James, 
Calvin Johnson, Donald Kaneoka, John Kissel, Melvin Margolis, John Micek, James Morganelli, Abraham Neiman, Howard Oser, Edward 
Schaefer, Ronald Szilagyi, Andrew Tolas, Edward Tye, Michael Videka, Marvin Waldman, Robert Williams, Robert Blagg, Erwin Brown 




575 




Top row: Joseph Stachniak. Frank Degaetano, Leo Lundberg, Erwin Barrington, Dennis Barber, Barry Janov, Leonard Fischbach, Warren Eggers, 

Alfred Bass, Tracy Bryant, Edward Ebeling, Roger Wolf, Arnold Sufalko. William Frymire 
Fifth row: Roger Michalsen, Earl Ketchum, George Kennedy, Larry Perlis, Claude Sime, Edward Brenner, Richard Glenner, James Cramer, Lee 

Silverglade, Gerald Scanlon, Ray Swayne, Jerry Hill. Henry Langer 
Fourth row: Dean Bradley, Joseph Gruber, Robert Bradbury, Donald Ore, John Riedlinger, Charles Sholes, Robert Humphrey, Daniel Nielson, 

Glenn Boas, Raymond Mlecko, James Hage, Bernard Cole. Larry Hochman, Bruce Mowat, Clifford Kuwamoto 
Third row: Arthur Flicker, Irwin Schiller, William Lindenberg, Irving Leonard, Leonard Evanson, Victor Handler, Ronald Balle, Irwin Weinstein, 

Morton Kreitzman, Dean Roby, William Dracos, Anthony Castrogiovanni, Thomas Houke, James Buckner, Gerald Ullman 
Second row: Henry Baer, Robert Flamer, Milton Isaacs, Arnold Goldstein, Nijole Salkauskas, Biruta Berzins, John Wells, Wayne Gillinore. John 

Hudgins 
Bottom, row : Eugene Aikman, Arnold Clevs, Kenneth Keats, Gunther Kazalla, David Gordy, Alvin Medvin, Cyril Friend, Warren Petty 
Not in panel: Allen Drysch, Alfred Ferdman, Robert Larson. Glenn Targlietta, Norman Wahl, William Zerin 

DENTISTRY FRESHMEN 



MEDICAL SOPHOMORES 

Top row: Richard Lagan, James Calloway, James Fisch, Jack Lasersohn, president; Wilmer Larson, Frederick Ball, William Richardson, Alan 
Steen, Albert Bledig, William Phelps 

Third row: Eugene Kuehn, John Hackett. Alexander Glassman, Peter I.effman, Morton Shulman, Merrill Scott, Irving Shipkowitz, Robert Malkus, 
George Raab, Benjamin Stephan 

Second row: James Labes, Jerome Stern, Irving Baran, Fred Bieker, Mark Brauer, Garland Kirkpatrick, David Abrams, John Pretto, Howard 
Mueller, Howard Klapman 

Bottom rotv : Jerry Farber, Diane Trembly. Lois Lowden, Joan Bergeron, Elizabeth Bauman, Raya Czerner, Gordan Lucas, treasurer; John Hub- 
bard, Jerry Gronert 



576 











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Officers — Top row: Arnold Tatar, student council representative; Glen Asselmeier, student council representative; Thomas Bergeron, student council 

representative 
Bottom row: James Acklin, treasurer; William Meltzer, president; Frank Becker, secretary 



MEDICAL JUNIORS 



Top row: Charles Livingston, Joel Levin. Philip Lawless, George Conner, Alan Anderson, Warner Gustavson, Richard Bernstein, Monte Levinson, 
James Stoetzel, Arthur Miller, Donald Ritchie, James Sandrolini. Richard Dolan 

Fourth row: Armer Swanson, Charles Kenney, Richard Holmes, Norman Lasker, Philip Andrews, Carl Anderson, Robin Johnston, Lyle Moses, 
Robert Seifert, Harold Leichenko, Philip Wagner, Lyle Wacaser 

Third row: Wilbur McFadden. Richard Tarizzo. Lawrence Sandberg, Donald Mitchell, Jerome Hahn, Edward Dainko, Robert Klingbeil, Jeb Bos- 
well, Donald Charous, Bernard Murphy. James Maher 

Second row: James Shomaker, Henry Kobrin, Vernon Walton, Jerome Hershman, Melvyn Goldsmith, Jerome Frankel, Edward Sutoris, Warren 
Barrow, Edward Quartetti, Ivan Lindgren, Harvey DeBofsky, Irving Savin 

Bottom row: Dawn Durst, Danuta Buzdygan, Glen Asselmeier, Thomas Bergeron, James Acklin, William Meltzer, Frank Becker, Arnold Tatar, 
Adella Cunningham, Gerda Galambos 



577 





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Officers — Top row: Stephen Benak, treasurer; Ronald Moss, vice president; Christopher Stankus, president; Caesar Garibaldi, student council repre- 
sentative 
Bottom row: Marilyn Kribley, secretary; Caroline Nieman, student council representative; Fay Christensen, student council representative 



PHARMACY SOPHOMORES 



Top row : Barry Engquist, Russell King, David Haraburda, Fred Morris, Donald Sikorski 

Fourth row: Fred Ban, Frank Grabowski, Robert Sztuk, Salvatore Rinnella, Russell Vann, William Newman 

Third row: Robert Lamparski, Thomas Krakowski, Harvey Tenenblatt, Charles Kasper, John Grocholl. Stanley Jurgens, Richard Foote 

Second row: Donald Poehron, Donald Buttitta, Helen Kowalik, Joan Cole, Casimer Wieczorek, Gerald Kaplan 

Bottom row: Arthur Buhring, Walter Pupich, Seymour Cohen, Hugh Eadie, Robert Freedkin, Leonard Kligman, Richard Cecrle 



578 





%°hiJ°Z : Mi T chaeI T Balsam °;.,P on 5! d . Wetherall treasurer; Jerome Wisner, William Foley, Joseph Biskowski, Stanley Apolinski, Leonard Groeneveld 
Third row: John Jones, Willis Bicket, Arnold Rosenberg, Norman Clegg, Robert Waller, vice president; Frank Hajek 

rZVnt r V : ^. ola " d Benjamin Alfred Slatiier, William Larson James Constertina, Charles Manek, Edward Patula, president; Ernest LeQnatte 
Bottom row: Vanda Sliupas, Nancy Eisenbart, Barbara Lesak, Sherlane Stach, Eleanor Weiner, Jean Davidson, JIaija Baumanis 

PHARMACY JUNIORS 



SCHOOL OF NURSING 

Top row — Sophomores: Rubi Marovich, Rolinda Skyles, Paula Gerspacher, Shirley Garrett, Zetta Jameson, Alice Beck, Nancy Brook Lillian Good- 
man 

Third roiv : Ida Blessing, Natalie Bauni, Rosemarie Glovick, Carolyn Schmitz, Patricia Hagan. Patricia Naidert Rosie Williams Ann Harris 

Second row-— Juniors : Florence Muzzarelli, Grace Hedberg, Barbara Misic, Jo Ann Burk, Ola James, Roni Levin, Carol Gog'olowski Joyce Mar- 
chek, Joan Biek, Mallie Williams 

Bottom row— senior students in the c07itinuation program: Rita Rimkus, Sonia Aamot, Margaret Plymire, Lois Eck, Jane Sherratt Joan Bourkland 
Elizabeth Jones 




579 




FRATERNITIES 
AND RESIDENCES 




Top row: Peter Andersen, Conrad Urban, Walter Whisler, Marshall Blankensliip, John Mills, Donald Austin, Ronald Beck. Richard Phillips, 
Merrill Scott 

Fourth row: Harold Johnson. David Walzem Merle Crossland, Armer Swanson. Robin Johnston, James Bone. Donald Fullerton, Wilbur Cant, 
James Stoetzel, Robert Jenkins, James Conger, John Barker 

Third row: Leo Fitzgerald. Edward Schaurte, Lyle Cowan, Wilfred Miller, Glen Asselmeier, Jerome Hahn, Charles Kenney, Norris Dougherty, Don- 
ald Pearson, Paul Duffey, Nickolas Kefalides 

Second row : John Hubbard, Richard Wolk, Philip Andrews, Loren Humphrey, Frank Becker, James Shomaker, Edward Abbott, Carroll Boyles, 
Albert Bledig, Kenneth Curtis, Rollo Nesset 

Bottom row: Louis Raia, Charles Patton, George Nickas, Charles Livingston, John Best, Lloyd Hackley, William Phelps, William Kamm, Earl Walker 

Not in panel: Marvilee Aden, Frank Adrian, Richard Albers, Burton Andersen, Jerome Ankenbrandt, Roger Atterberry, Rolland Bethards, Richard 
Biek, Robert Briney, Joseph Carey, William Carper, Frank Carter, John Dickenson, Louis Dondanville, William Durham, Harold Elliott, Don- 
ald Ernst, Eldon Evans, Richard Ev, William Fraley, Stanwood Frank, Roblee Evans, Charles Frye. Donald Funk, Jack Gift. Donald Gustaf- 
son, Richard Harvey, Fred Helpenstell, Robert Hill, Robert Hodam, Roger Hoekstra, Donald Ingram, Frank Johnson, Kermit Knudsen, Eugene 
Kreps, William Langreder, John Leonard, John McGlothlin, Robert McFerran, John Morray, Gordon Mulder, David Naden, Kenneth Newby, 
Louis Newton, Warren Nickerson, Richard Norenberg, Robert Pasnau, Paul Pleuddeman. Sherman Porter, Joseph Potts, Edward Quartetti, 
William Sargent, Merle Schmidt, Gilbert Schmuttenmaer, Waldo Schneider, Steven Schubert, Dayle Snyder, Joseph Symon, Roger Slater, David 
Discher, Alex Solik, Donald Stiegel, Orville Stone, David Swanson, Romulus Thomas, James Thomas, James Thompson, Hugh Thorfinnson, 
Lee Vincent, George Wilkins, Robert Williams, Richard Wolk, Nelson Wright 



ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA 



Medicine 



Officers — Top row: Glen Asselmeier, rushing chairman; William Phelps, 

historian ; Richard Ey, commissar 
Middle row: Louis Dondanville, marshal; Armer Swanson. chaplain; Charles 

Frye, recording secretary; Merle Crossland, journal editor; William 

Kamm, houseman 
Bottom row: Lyle Cowan, corresponding secretary; George Wilkins. vice 

president; Charles Livingston, president; Jerome Hahn. treasurer 





582 





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Top ?'chc : Harvey Locker, William Wax, Gerald Noskin, Gerald Popper. Robert Klein. Howard Sutcher, Howard Liebman 

Third row : Howard Oser. Gerald Magnes, Seymour Gottlieb, Neil Bai«h, Gerald Jaffe, Frank Weine, Bert Goodhart 

Second row: Jordan Kramer, Abraham Neiman, Sheldon Sharfman, Marvin Schume r, Melvin Margolis, Melvin Sered, Joseph Jacobs, Charles Gross 

Bottom row: Arthur Solomon, Stuart Bernstein, Herbert Rosenstein, Arthur Friduss, Herbert Lerch, Hershey Robbins, Robert Eisinger, Albert 

Friedman 
Not in panel: Elliott Esses, Howard Gerstein, Allen Goldberg, Jesse Hader. Jack Krotenber. William Lazarus, Leonard Teicher 



ALPHA OMEGA 

Dentistry 




Officers — Top row: Howard Oser. corresponding secretary; Herbert Lerch. 

recording secretary; William Wax, historian and editor; Marvin Schumer, 

sergeant-at-aniis 
Bottom row: Herbert Rosenstein, rice president; Gerald Noskin, president; 

Joseph Jacobs, treasurer 



583 





Top row: Lionel Simon, Herbert Binder, Sheldon Minsky, Robert Waller, Lowell Zeleznick, Marvin Zissman, Arnold Rosenberg, Ronald Boton, 
Robert Freedkin, Richard Rosenberg 

Fourth row: Seymour Cohen, Sheldon Shlossman, Herbert Schwartz, Richard Weismehl, Fred Swede, Daniel Goldsmith, Jerry Kaplan, Marvin 
Steinberg, Franklin Horwitz, William Ross. Paul Feldman 

Third row : Gerald Riffkind, Charles Crepas, Jerrold Mann, Jordan Waxman, Harvey Buck, Bradley Miller, Jerrold Schwartz, Karl Roseman, 
Gerald Mednick. Howard Levinson 

Second row : Marvin Youngerman, Donald Sostock, Gilbert Holmes, Nathan Serlin, Nissen Vexler, Sherman Rosen, Irving Udell, Richard Doretti, 
Alan Maslov 

Bottom row: Robert Ireland, .Alvin Geller, Jerry Rothstein, David Blumenfeld, Morton Goldsmith, Prof. James Davis, Lawrence Savitt, Alan Rosen- 
berg, Sheldon Men is 

Xot in panel: Gerald Barnbaum, Burton Lichter, Marshall Mann, Harold Mason, Gerald Masover, Leslie Masover, Burton Novak, Herbert Roskin, 
Louis Sherman, Fred Tanenbaum, Harvey Tenenblatt, Gerald Wachs 



DELTA KAPPA SIGMA 

Pliarmacy 



Officers — Top row: William Ross, historian; Alan Rosenberg, marshal; 

Richard Weismehl, athletic chairman; Lionel Simon, social chairman; 

Sheldon Menis, financial scribe 
Bottom row: Lawrence Savitt. exchequer; Prof. James Davis, sponsor: 

Morton Goldsmith, chancellor; David Blumenfeld, vice chancellor; 

Robert Ireland, secretary 





584 



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Top row: Donald Kolmer, Robert Hoehne, Charles James, Thomas Schaefer. Thomas Feeney, Philip Wright, Joseph Konieczny 

Fourth row: Calvin Johnson, Neal McDyer, Ray Krug, Donald Newell, Gerald Williams, Jack Holt, Benjamin Farnum. Lawrence Tinder 

Third row : Carl Weber, Joseph Allen, Peter Irvine, Norman Eifler, Joseph Schott, Donald Rice, Robert Blagg, Joe Takehara 

Second row: John Howland, Richard Saiki, Robert Baxter, Thomas Horrigan, Richard Zimmers, James Saari, John Coughlin, Harry Kim 

Bottom row : Dr. Herbert Kazmer, James Allison, Gilbert Callahan, Richard DeJarld, Louis Dimas, William Mitcheltree, Dr. Samson Flores, Dr. 

W. H. Kubachi, Dr. Thomas Barber 
Not in panel: John Armstrong, William Cooper, Stanley Cross, Hiromu Furnkawa, Walter Godelausky. Joseph Granata, Albert Grubba, Masaro 

Narada, James Havera, Donald Kaneoka, Thomas Mear, Alfred Neimy, Henry Peterson, Bernard Podlasinski, James Ralph, Edward Schaefer 



DELTA SIGMA DELTA 

Dentistry 



Officers — Top row: Harry Kim, house manager; Gerald Williams, historian; 
Gilbert Callahan, rushing chairman; Richard Zimmers, athletic chair- 
man; James Allison, senior page 

Bottom row: Louis Dimas, treasurer; Donald Kolmer, scribe; William Mit- 
cheltree, grand master; Richard DeJarld, worthy master 




585 





'fop row : Jerome Wisner, Ronald Nelson, Fred Ban, Richard Mikyska, Alex Slatalla, Barry Engquist, Dr. Alfred Perkins 

Fourth row: Erwin Beier, Ronald Reiman, Ralph Bradel, James Stewart. Hoy Salerno, Dr. Stanley Susina, Dr. Frank Crane 

Third row: Russell King, Russell Vann, David Haraburda, Richard Eisner, Dr. Conrad Blomquist, Frank Grabowski, Prof. Charles Clarke, Lawrence 

Smith 
Second row : Karl Strickland, Eugene Dehner, Robert Sztuk, Bruce Martin, Stephen Benak, Jerome Dony, Donald Buttitta, Donald Gorski, Dr. 

James Gearien. Ward Bost 
Bottom row : Donald Iglinski, Stanton Jurgens, Glenn Lonhart, Christopher Stankus, Floyd Swink, James Selinger, John Wadas, Gerard Paszkiet, 

Richard Mackovviak, James Subka 
Not in panel: Eugene Belezak, Thomas Braun, Norbert Dybas, Clifford Ervin, Ronald Mostowski, Richard Schlueter, Walter Setlak, Joseph Simons, 

Joseph Thiel 



KAPPA PSI 



Phar 



in 



acy 



Officers — Top row: Christopher Stankus, assistant treasurer: Stanton Jur- 
gens, assistant secretary; Donald Iglinski, sergeant-at-arms ; Gerard 
Paszkiet, vice regent; Richard Mackovviak, chaplain 

Bottom row: James Subka. secretary; James Selinger, regent; Glenn Lon- 
hart, treasurer; John Wadas, historian 





586 




Top roio : William Cavender, John Heiken, Robert Flinn, Robert Thurnblad, Donald Summers, Edwin Carey, Jay Crittenden, Edward Zukowski, 
Lawrence Grant, Richard Wham 

Fourth row : Fred Schultz, Gene Borchart, Roger Kennedy, Robert Lukas, Philip Lawless, Richard Dolan, Owen Bloodgood, Norman Hungness, 
Robert Bettasso, Robert Bergeron, Bennie Carpenter 

Third row : James Sanderson, Roger Powell, Roger Quinn, Thomas Bergeron, George Murphy, Jerral Seibert, Robert Hamilton, James McKinzie, 
Theodore Ike-da, James Maher, Ernest Fordham 

Second row: Richard Willms, Robert Barnes, Charles Seibert, John Cabala, Les Lindberg, Richard Taylor, Armin Meyer, James Bair, John Larson, 
James Brown 

Bottom row: William Henebry, Thomas Stripe, Ronald DeWald, James Sandrolini, Norman Taylor, Wilbur Marshall. Lee Vida, Carl Johner 

Not in panel: James Acklin, Carl Anderson, James Anderson, Richard Anderson, William Bailey, Robert Baldwin, David Barton, Warren Barrow, 
Richard Benedix, Wendell Carter, George Conner, Edward Dainko, Willis Dickens, Richard Durland, Joe Emmerich, James Falker, Hugh Falls, 
Thomas Griffith, Russell Hall, Charles Hammond, George Hanson, John Hartman, John Hill, George Holzman, William Kemp, Frank Kerkoch, 
Douglas Layman, Jerry Lewis, Thomas McGrath, Jack MacDonnell, Arthur Miller, Thomas Nichol. Kenneth Peart, William Prescott, Marcus 
Quinones, Donald Ritchie. Marvin Romsdahl, Donald Schaller, Richard Schwerdt, Robert Seifert. Richard Tarizzo. Neil Trotman, Lynn Tur- 
ner, Kent Ueland, Lyle Wacaser, Carl Wacker, Philip Wagner. Edward Walder, Luther Wigdahl, Raymond Yockey. Edward Zukowski 



NU SIGMA NU 



Medicine 



Officers — Left to right: Raymond Yockey, secretary; Kent Ueland, rice 
president; Willis Dickens, rushing chairman; James Sandrolini, 
president; Norman Taylor, treasurer; Roger Kennedy, social chairman 













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587 





Top row: Frank Cavallero, Robert Hertenstein. Robert Kaminski. Elroy Tatge, Norman Grobe, David Boyce 
Fourth row: George Johansen, Louis Lukaneic, Bernard Baltes. George Bonk. Roy Freedle, James Elmes 

Third row : Raymond Moeller, William Robinson, Jack Lasersohn, David Hamilton, John Pretto. Fred Bieker. Richard Sassetti 
Second row : Wesley Norman. Fred Marasso, Herbert Longnecker, Richard Wahl, Tom Peyla. Fred Morrison. Raymond Morello 
Bottom row : John Leedom, Harry Ores. James Pritchard, Robert Underwood. John Courtright, Ivan Lindgren 

Not in panel: Carl Adams, Jack Chitty, James Couer, Patrick Elwood. James Goklenstein. Tom Halama, William Hamby, Robert Helmich, Tada- 
shi Kodonaga, Robert Merriman, Harold Toussaint, Robert Tuttle, Arthur Williamson, Charles Baker 



PHI BETA PI 

Medicine 



Officers — Left to right: Harry Ores, treasurer; James Pritchard, vice presi- 
dent; Robert Underwood, president; John Courtright, secretary 





588 




Top row: Donald Mitok. Alfred Slatner, James Muren, John Grocholl, Donald Vangor, Robert Engelthaler, William Newman, Eugene Rodgers 

Third row: Julius Magi 11, William Larson, Ernest LeQuatte, Leonard Groeneveld, Robert Kunkel, Daniel Kurher, William Foley 

Second row: Ronald Hinsdill, John Manfred, James Fleming, James Molloy, William Kruse, Gerald Jacoby, Robert Anderson 

Bottom row: Dr. Conrad Blomquist. Floyd Swink, Wendell Southard, Dr. Frank Crane. Prof. Paul Carpenter, Dale Doerr, Dr. Dwight Deardorff 

Not in panel: Roden Duff, Michael Kalagian, Dean Earl Series, Dr. Joseph Begando, Dr. James Gearien 



PHI DELTA CHI 



PI 



larmacv 



ficers — Left to right: Ronald Hinsdill, secretary ; Robert Engelthaler, 
president; Ernest LeQuatte, rice president; James Muren, treasurer 




589 





Top row: Gerald Lee, Abraham Wolf, Monte Levinson, Harold Saferstein, Sheldon .Stearns, Jack Remington 

Fourth row: Mory Summer, Jerome Kaplan, Earl Nudelman, Ronald Shellow, Harold Leichenko, Victor Horvitz 

Third row: Jack Aron, Melvin Goldsmith, Irving Harris, George Raab, Marvin Zolot, Benjamin Stephan 

■Second row: Jerome Hershman, William Meltzer, Malcolm Sperling, Arthur Woloshin, Harvey DeBofsky 

Bottom row: Irving Savin, Earle Crandall, Arnold Tatar, David Marcus, Lyle Moses 

Not in panel: David Abrams, Howard Aidein, Jay Balin, Stanton Berman, Milton Bibergal, Gordon Bloomberg, Robert Bregmari, Jerry 

Stewart Brown, William Caro, Abraham Chervany, Gerald Cohn, Joseph Davis, Elon Debois, Ronald Demovsky, Jay Ellenby, Jerry 

Earl Feiwell, Max Pinkie, Sherwin Fox, Michael Frank, Harvey Freed, Marvin 

Barry Goldsmith, Barton Green. Howard Hecht, Floyd Heller, Jerry Jacobson 

Sherwin Nelson, Eugene Oscherwitz, James Pinski, Marvin Rosenberg, Ronald 

Schencker, Sheldon Schwartz, Leslie Shanoff, Norman Shapiro, James Sharp, Melvin Shatavsky, Morton Shulman, Gerald Silverstein, 

Simpson, Richard Stallman, Irving Starkman, Harold Swartz, Sheldon Tobin, Eugene Trager, Richard Turbin, Marvin Turck, Donald 

man, Ernest Weis, Irwin Yarmo 



Freedman, Albert Freilich, Stanley Garner, Harvey 
Alfred Kobak, Charles Lane, Howard Levin, Howard 
Rosenberg, Stewart Rosenfeld, Richard Rosenstein 



Brady, 
Farber, 
Glasser, 

Lopata. 
Bernard 
Kenneth 
Wasser- 



PHI DELTA EPSILON 



Medicine 



Officers — Top row: Lyle Moses, treasurer; Irving Savin, historian; William 

Meltzer, scholarship chairman 
Bottom row: Melvin Goldsmith, rush chairman; Earle Crandall, vice 

president; Arnold Tatar, president; Monte Levinson, junior senator; 

David Marcus, junior senator 





590 






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Top row : James Callaway, John Hackett, Gordon Lucas, James Tosetti, Russell Snow, Richard Logan, Donald Mitchell, Farrell Mock 

Fourth row: Ralph Beck, Howard Luce, James Naatz, Richard Newman, Charles Chedister, Robert Ecklund, Philip Dougherty 

Third row : Anthony Scardino, George Rurik. Gene Kuehn, Richard Holms, Edwin Kerr, Raymond Tamura, Paul Morimoto, Adolph Sattler 

Second row: Robert Klingbeil, James McElhaney, Raymond Bessemer, William Lesko, James Windeck, Ernest Yahiro, Donald Eytcheson, Reinhardt 

Bodenbender, Lambros Karkazis 
Bottom row : Andrew Somlyo, Larry Samuels, Joseph Gulick, Luke Degraff, Franklin Mattig, Victor Oberheu, David Hockman, Leonard Todd 
Not in panel: John Bender, Peter Boelens, Jeb Boswell, Richard Crosse, James Crouse, Arnold Curnyn, David Ellis, Charles Fagan, Ralph Frazier, 
Paul Fry, Paul Glezen, Larry Gray, Norman Halfpenny, Gerald Hammond, William Hardy, Ronald Hudec, John Kaminski, Lee Kochenderfer, 
Wayne Mathy, Clark Montgomery, Howard Mueller, John Murphy, James Nicklas, William Richardson, Jean Riehl, Charles Shean, Norbert 
Skaja, Peter Starrett, Ward Starrett, Lorenzo Strader, Ronald Supena, Joseph Veler, James Volkel, Robert Webb, Darrell Wiley 



PHI RHO SIGMA 



Medicine 



Officers — Top row: James Callaway, commissar; Richard Logan, senior 
warden; Darrell Wiley, presidential advisor; Jeb Boswell, house man- 
ager; John Hackett, secretary; Gene Kuehn, librarian 

Bottom row: Reinhardt Bodenbender, president; Farrell Mock, social and 
rushing chairman; Gordon Lucas, treasurer 




591 





Top row : Donald Brown, James Phelps, Wayne Albert, Dale Long, Thomas Dirksen, Raymond Meyer. John Kaeser, Ronald Kindelsperger, Edward 

Tye, Raymond Salvino. John Lee 
Third row: Eugene Casperson, Arthur Grimmenga, John Kaminski. Robert Anderson. Fred Burkhardt, Val Corrado, Francis Maly, Robert Pulliam, 

Louis Darwish, William Maurer, Michael Videka, Peter Paesani 
Second row: Dominic Vitucci. Vincent Sacchetti, John Micek, Michael Dyer, William Daly, Richard Bieles, Joseph Matuga, Thomas Chung, Robert 

Challenger, Robert Bryant, Steve Kakos, Vincent Urbanek 
Bottom row: Dr. Sperry, John Miller, Duane Hasselbring, Hugh Flanagan. Dr. Stastny, Dr. Wach, Dr. McElroy, Chester Jasiczek, Dr. Bazola 



PSI OMEGA 

Dentistry 



Officers — Top row: Vincent Urbanek, chaplain; Michael Dyer, house treas- 
urer; Wayne Albert, editor; William Maurer, librarian; William Daly, 
rushing chairman; Peter Paesani, house manager 

Bottom row: Eugene Casperson, fraternity treasurer; Hugh Flanagan, sec- 
retary; Duane Hasselbring, president; John Miller, vice president; 
Chester Jasiczek, pledge captain 





592 




Top row: Ann Shuler, Joan Howard, Rosemarie Kalvelage, Zinnia Cicenas, treasurer; Joyce Newman, Jean Davidson 

Second rot'-: Joan Stanton, Marilyn Kribley, Josephine Altieri, Beulah Blacksher, Fay Christensen, recording secretary; Regina Tarkowski, Greta 

Bowyer 
Bottom row: Eleanor Rnrik, corresponding secretary; Sherlane Stach, vice president; Mrs. E. R. Series, Barbara Lesak, president; Nina Foushi 
Not in panel: Muriel Matthei, Maija Baumanis, Rose Gruudiuan, advisor 



LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA 



Pharmacy 



PHI LAMBDA KAPPA 



Medicine 



Top rote: Richard Bernstein, Solomon Sobel, David Rothstein, Leonar 1 Berlin, Alvin Langer, James Fisch, Irving Baran 

Fourtli row: Lee Maimed. Fred Rowe, Eugene Weinstein, Henry Kobrin. Samuel Ginsburg. Stanton Polin, Robert Malkus, Sherman Minkoff 

Third row: Richard Levinson. Martin Hoffman, Peter Leffman, Donald Fishman, Charles Samet. Ronald Fishman, Eugene Stern 

Second row: Jerry Stern, Jordan Trafiinow, Norman Reis, Marshall Bpectoi", Leonard Pomper, Alan Aronson, Melvin Goodman 

Bottom row: Irving Shipkowitz, treasurer; Joel Levin, rice president; Roland Medansky, president; Howard Berlin, secretary; Mark Brauer, 

secretary 
Not in panel: Donald Charous, Leon Cohen, Mel Feinberg, Milton Fort, Jerome Frankel, Alexander Glassman, Harris Goldstein, Sherwin Kabins, 

Lawrence Kerr, Ronald Kite, Howard Klapman, Robert Lee, Bernard Sered, Roger Slutske 



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STUDENT 

RESIDENCE 

HALL 



A Residence Hall, on a college or university 
campus, is not only a facility whose basic function 
is to provide food and shelter for its occupants, 
but is also a laboratory designed to teach students 
social behavior, self-management and a spirit of 
community living. 

It is a predetermined fact that the physical struc- 
ture, with its many features and facilities, will 
comfortably provide the basic needs of all indi- 
viduals who reside in it. It is not, however, a pre- 
determined fact that the spirit and success of good 



living will be achieved, for this achievement lies 
wholly within the organization, the attitude, and 
the industry of the people who reside in it. 

The Residence Hall Association is designed to 
promote and maintain a program of self-govern- 
ment for the well-being and development of its 
occupants who may present their views, desires 
and opinions. It is anticipated through the years 
that a very effective and meaningful educational 
service will be rendered for the mutual benefit of 
the members of the Association and the University. 



Officers and Counselors — Top row: Dr. Dalton Blaugh, counselor; Dr. Tsung-min Lin, counselor; Harold Weiss, athletic chairman; Lino 
Trombetta, counselor ; Philander Ricks, social chairman ; Allen Steen, counselor; Dr. Elmer Jasper, counselor ; John Coughlin, counselor; 
Franklin Dalla, director of housing; Dr. George Osterberger, head counselor 

Bottom row: Alice Pasel, secretary; Roni Levin, social chairman; Edward Loschi, president; Robert Waller, vice president; Shirley Garrett, 
social chairman; Marlene Beck, treasurer 



594 





HONORARIES, ORGANIZATIONS 

AND ACTIVITIES 




Officers — heft to right : Selwyn Shkolnik, secretary- 
treasurer; Rodney England, president; Howard 
Aidem, vice president 



ALPHA 
OMEGA 
ALPHA 



Alpha Omega Alpha, honorary medical so- 
ciety, is the only order of its kind on the 
continent. Promotion of scholarship and re- 
search in medical schools, encouragement of 
a high standard of character among medical 
students and graduates, and recognition of 
high attainment in medical science and re- 
lated fields are the aims of the organization. 
Members promote the society's ideals and 
foster the scientific and philosophic features 
of the medical profession. 



Top row : Reinhardt Bodenbender. Charles Chedister, Robert Kaminski, Luis Owano, Kermit Knudsen, Frederick Helpenstell, Andrew Somlyo 

Third row : Anthony Cosentino. Jerome Hershman, Jackson Cagle, Jack Remington, Wayne Mathy, Gerald Lee 

Second row: George Murphy, Robin Johnston, Sherwin Kabins, Alan Aronson, William Meltzer, William Glezen 

Bottom row: Howard Aidem, Rodney England, Selwyn Shkolnik 

Not in panel: Patrick Elwood, Marvin Preedman, William Hardy, Seymour Moss 



596 





Top row : James Muren, Dr. Charles Reed. Lowell Zeleznick, Edward Winters, Donald Stokes, Alfred Core 

Third row: Dr. Dwight Deardorff, Dr. Ralph Voigt, Dr. Joseph Begando. Dr. Stanley Susina. Dr. Conrad Blomquist, John Fischer 

Second row: Nissen Vexler, Jordan Waxman, Lionel Simon, Richard Eisner, Wendell Southard, Dale Doerr, Dr. George Webster 

Bottom row: Louise Vicklund, Zinnia Cicenas, Joan Howard, vice president; Ann Shuler, Josephine Altieri, Dr. Frank Crane, secretary treasurer ; 

Ward Bost, president; Dean Earl Series 
Not in panel: Norbert Bartnicki, Mitchell Borke, Joseph Cannon, Prof. Paul Carpenter, Prof. Charles Clarke, William Collins, Prof. Herbert 

Emig, Dr. James Gearien Dr. Ernst Kirch, Florence Klee, Kenneth Liska, Masumi Nakamichi, Dr. Alfred Perkins, Stanley Smolenski, Prof. 

Ralph Terry. Fred Turner 



RHO CHI 



promotes the advancement of the pharmaceutical sciences 



PI KAPPA EPSILON 



honors medical students who are elected by 
vote of the sophomore class 



Top row: Robert Lukas, Monte Levinson, Joel Levin, Warner Gustavson, Adolph Sattler, president; Robin Johnston, Gerald Lee 

Third row: Marshall Spector, Arnold Tatar, treasurer; Kenneth Simpson, Norman Lasker, vice president; Anthony Cosentino, Theodore Ikeda, 

Loren Humphrey 
Second row: William Meltzer, Thomas Bergeron, Selwyn Shkolnik, Stanton Polin, William Lesko 
Bottom row: Ivan Lindgren, Harry Graff, Melvin Goodman, secretary; Alan Aronson, Nickolas Kefalides 
Not in panel: Burton Andersen, Bernard Baltes, Richard Crosse, Phillip Dougherty, Patrick Elwood, Hugh Falls, William Glezen, Robert Herten- 

stein, Clark Montgomery, William Potts, William Prescott, Edward Quartetti, Marvin Rosenberg, Solomon Sobel, Harold Toussaint, Lyle Wacaser, 

Raymond Yockey 



597 




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AMERICAN 

PHARMACEUTICAL 

ASSOCIATION 



Officers — Left to right: Frank Horwitz, treasurer; Ann 
Shuler, secretary; David Blumenfeld, vice president; 
living Udell, president 



All students enrolled in the College of Pharmacy 
are eligible for membership in the student branch 
of the American Pharmaceutical Association. The 
students become aware of the many organizations 
presently active in the profession and are intro- 
duced to current legislation which affects the pro- 
fession. Future leaders are prepared for their 
positions of leadership by becoming interested in 



activities such as these. 

The members of the student branch receive the 
Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Associa- 
tion, which contains news and information of par- 
ticular interest to members of the profession. 

By means of these activities and many others 
the student of Pharmacy becomes integrated into 
the profession upon which he is soon to embark. 



Top row: Nissen Vexler, Robert Friedkin, Ralph Bradel, James Subka. Lowell Zeleznick, Marvin Steinberg, Sheldon Menis, Ronald Reiman, 
Robert Spritzer, John Wadas 

Third' row : Richard Weismehl, Samuel Montalbano, John Manfred, William Ross, Sherman Rosen, Seymour Cohen, David Irwin, Gerald Frank, 
Richard Archer 

Second row: Ronald Wilboise, Lionel Simon, Donald Sostok, Jordan Waxman, Jerry Rothstein, Kenneth Schuele, Irving Cotovsky, Carl Bertram, 
Jerome Dony 

Bottom yon' • Marshal Miller, Richard Dorretti, Joan Howard, Joyce Newman, Regina Tarkowski, Eleanor Rurik, Beulah Blacksher, Morton Gold- 
smith, Charles Crepas 




598 





Top row: Arcellia Ang, Sol Flores, Luana Tee 

Bottom row: Ester Meek, Osman Luis, advisor; S. Abrera, Philippine Consul; Pedro Guevara, chairman; Luisa Ramires, secretary-treasurer 

ASSOCIATION OF PHILIPPINE GRAD- 

LJ./\ X Hi I ) V A\ _L li^ J. 1^ promotes scientific and social fellowship between 

the students and personnel of the University 



STUDENT AMERICAN MEDICAL 

Auuv/ V^-L^Il _L J-V^J1\I promotes the ethical, intellectual, and professional im- 
provement of its members 

Left to right: Willis Dickens, president; Richard Newman, vice president; Jerome Hahn, junior class representative ; Robin Johnston, secretary 
Not in panel: Marshall Blankenship, sophomore class representative ; Kldon Evans, treasurer; Melvin Goodman, senior class representative 




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Chicago Campus Group — Top row: Kay Hudgens, Lillian Bremer, Joanne Carlson, Winifred Phillips, 
Saline, Miriam Bethards 

Second row: Marilyn Krueger, Anne Lewis, Shirley Epstein, Carol Combs, Sirella Schwartz, president; Janet Enshrine, Virginia Dunn 

Bottom row: Rosalind Levy, Kay Trevarthen, secretary; Joyce Armsworth, social chairman; Beverly Fox, Yoshimi Amino, Janet Nakamura, treas- 
urer 

Not in panel: Barbara Donovan, Lorinda Freeman, Vivian Hilker, Susan Louie, Margaret Lupton, Carol Mayer, Paul Pedersen, Yoneko Sawamura, 
Jewel Welch 



ILLI-SOTA 



Illi-Sota, the Illinois Student Occupational Therapy Asso- 
ciation, has a chapter on the Urbana campus and one on the 
Chicago Professional campus. The association is designed to 
orient both members and non-members with the curriculum 
and activities of Occupational Therapy. 

Six semesters of the ten-semester Occupational Therapy 
curriculum are taken in the College of Liberal Arts and 
Science in Urbana. The remaining four consist of clinical 
theory and experience in the College of Medicine on the 
Chicago campus and at various hospital affiliations. 



Urbana Campus Group — Top row: Dorothy Gundersen, Patricia Weaver, Marjorie Wilhelm, Nancy Torma, Sharon Foster, Nancy Lachmann, 

Marilyn Steffen, Janice Wilkes, Suzanne Michaelsen, Clark Sabine, Rochelle Barbre, Rona Gold 
Second row: Sandra Barnbaum, Frances Ige, Marilyn Bercher, Jean Cooper, recording secretary; Lillian Nishida, treasurer; Dorothy Hruby, OTR, 

administrative assistant and advisor; Deborah Fay, president; Barbara Tyner. vice president; Babette Dennen, Nancy Simons, Jean Washburn 
Bottom row: Katherine Goldberg, Ruth Goldschmidt, Eiko Hibya, Sylvia Arakawa, Marilyn Rains, Martha Gross, Marjorie Wulff, Ida Giving, 

Dorothy Fung 




600 




Top row: John Brewart, Tawiik Girgis, Robert McCook, recreation chairman; Stacie Arnold, Norwood Boston, Henry Trevino, Verley Lammon, 

Herbert HarkJeroad 
Second row: E. S. Younathan, Evelyn Vande Berg, Alta Vasey, Batricia White, Shirley Clark, Sue Willard, William White 
Bottom row: Kathy Lybolt, publicity chairman; Nancy Ledbetter, secretary-librarian; Frederic Ball, president; Joseph Ambolo, head usher; Emma 

Lee Nunn, vice president ; Annabelle Thomas, worship chairman 
Xot in panel: Bernard Murphy, treasurer 

WESLEY FOUNDATION stimulates spiritual development 
among professional students through discussion, worship and activities 



DENTAL CHRISTIAN MEDICAL 

k^ V>f VjXJZj A JL presents positive witness of God our Father, Jesus Christ our Savior, 

and the Holy Spirit to the dental profession 

Top row : Roger Michalsen, Robert Anderson, Albert Jackson, Donald Kaneoka, John Howland 

Second row : Eugene Casperson, Warren Betty, Michael Videka, Arthur Grimmenga, John Wells, Richard Holt, Robert Bulliam, William Venema 
Bottom row: Dr. Sol Flores, advisor; Stanley Cross, secretary-treasurer; Verna Steib, Ray Knighton, executive secretary, National C.M.S.; John 
Kaeser, president; Richard Andrews, vice president 



601 




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CHICAGO ILLINI UNION 





Music Committee — Top roiv : Richard Mikyska, Raymond Meyer, 
Merle Crossland, chairman; James Pritchard 

Bottom row: James Zajieek, Barbara Lesak, Grace Bacon, John 
Wadas 

Not in panel: Burton Andersen, Alice Pasel 



The Union is the campns social center. Its 
programs are planned by members of the 
three Union committees— Social, Music, and 
Display. These committees cooperate with 
one another in executing the major functions, 
such as the Open House for new students, 
Carnival, and the Christmas Sing and Dance. 
They also work independently to provide a 
variety of weekly and monthly activities. 

The building furnishes headquarters for 
many student committees, as well as being a 
good place to schedule a dance, meeting, 
luncheon or dinner. The Union facilities- 
lounges, game room, snack bar, and dining 
rooms— provide a pleasant place to relax and 

Display Committee — Top row: Richard Eisner, Joseph Schott, meet friends. 

James Selinger 
Bottom row: Carol Gogolowski, Jerome Halm, chairman; 

Mary Jo Vibert 
Not in panel : Shirley Epstein, Donald Funk, Marilyn Krue- 

ger 

Social Committee — Top row: Caesar Garibaldi, Leonard Groeneveld, Donald Newell, John Lee, Herbert Rosenstein, Robin Johnston, Peter Leff- 

man, Richard Willms, Donald Gorski, William Phelps 
Bottom row: Nancy Brook, Joyce Marchek, Patricia McEniff, Robert Eisinger, chairman; Joel Levine, Sue Willems, Vera Saline, John Hill 
Not in panel: Gerald Barnbaum, Thomas Dirksen, Nina Foushi, Raymond Moeller 



602 





Illio Committee at work 



The Illio Committee of the Chicago Cam- 
pus is responsible for the composition of the 
section of the yearbook devoted to the Chi- 
cago Professional Colleges. Sales, publicity, 
group pictures, page lay-outs, write ups, and 
copy editing keep the group busy September 
through November. 

The Illio Committee consists of eighteen 
students who represent their respective col- 
leges, with the Social Director of the Chicago 
Illini Union acting as advisor. The Union 
Building serves as headquarters for the Com- 
mittee, although this is not an official Union 
organization. 



ILLIO COMMITTEE 




Top row: John Leedon, Jeb Boswell. Jack Remington, James Catlin, Neal McDyer, James Blair 

Bottom row: Charles Casper. James Molloy, Danuta Buzdygan, Norris Dougherty, chairman; Vera Saline, Grace Bacon 

Not in panel: Ronald Hinsdill, Donald Kaneoka, Carter McGee, Dale Sparks, Andrew Tolas, William Venema, Daniel Winston, Jerome Wisner 




603 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



John W. Brown, director of Physical Education 



Recreation and competition by means of a well- 
rounded athletic program is offered to all stu- 
dents by the physical education department of 
the Chicago Professional Colleges. 

Facilities are mainly located in the Chicago 
Illini Union Building with the nearby Duncan 
Y.M.C.A. open to students for swimming and 
handball. The athletic program is under the direc- 
tion of John Brown, now in his twelfth year in the 
position of director of physical education. 

Athletics are organized under three main types. 
Varsity teams compete against other Chicago col- 
leges in basketball, tennis, and golf. The intra- 
mural program consists of badminton, basketball, 
floor tennis, free throw shooting, fall and spring 



golf, handball, soft ball, swimming, table tennis, 
tennis and volleyball. Recreational activities for 
those who play only for fun include all intramural 
sports plus weightlifting, handball, fencing, box- 
ing, wrestling, and gymnastics. 

The varsity basketball team ended their last 
season with a six won-seven lost record. The tennis 
team won three and dropped two dual meets, but 
the Illini netmen placed third in the Chicago inter- 
collegiate championship tourney held at the Uni- 
versity of Chicago. The golf squad, after winning 
two out of three dual matches, climaxed the year 
by taking first place in the Chicago intercollegiate 
meet held at Longwood Golf Club. 



Nu Sigma Nu Intramural Basketball 
Champions 

Top row: David Barton, John Pfau, Philip Lawless, Richard Wham 
Bottom row: Hugh Falls, Thomas Pollard, James Acklin 



Nu Sigma Nu Intramural Volleyball 
Champions 

Top row : David Barton, Thomas Stilwell, Norman Hungness, Owen 
Bloodgood, Willis Dickens, James McKinzie, John Pfau, Hugh Falls 

Bottom row: William Prescott, Lynn Turner, Warren Barrow, James 
Brown, Thomas Pollard 








Varsity Basketball 



Top row: Dearie Doolen, David Barton, Harold Anion 5 , John Pfau, 

Richard Wham 
Bottom row : Lawrie Glickman, Donald Sikorski, Martin Morris, Hugh 

Eadie, Robert Lukas 
Not in panel: Russell Vann, Hugh Falls, James Brown, James Acklin, 

Ben Carpenter 



Varsity Golf 



Left to right: James Brown, James MeKinzie, Reinhardt Schoppe, 

Robert Wertz, Amos Bratrude 
Not in panel: John Andrews 



In a close intramural race Nu Sigma Nu won 
the championship trophy for the fourth straight 
year. Don Ingram of Alpha Kappa Kappa won 
the individual championship trophy. 

Intramural winners were: Nu Sigma Nu— swim- 
ming, volleyball, basketball; Delta Sigma Delta- 
fall golf; Alpha Omega— Softball; Ingram— badmin- 



ton singles; Ingram, Slezak— badminton doubles; 
Johnson— table tennis singles; Johnson, Yahiro— 
table tennis doubles; Wertz— handball singles; 
Weismehl— free throw; Slezak— floor tennis singles; 
Johnson, Yahiro— floor tennis doubles; Meyer- 
tennis singles; Ingram, Slezak— tennis doubles; 
Schoppe— spring golf. 



Alpha Omega Intramural Softball Champions Varsity Tennis 

Top row: Lawrie Glickman, Howard Sutcher, Frank Weine, Herbert Top row: Donald Ingram, Howard Gerstein, Deane Doolen 

Rosenstein, Charles Gross, Howard Gerstein, Robert Klein Bottom row : James Allison, Daryl Burns, Dudley Johnson 

Bottom row: Gerald Jaffe, Sheldon Bulwa, Ralph Berenson, Hershey Not in panel: Armin Meyer, John Ritter 
Robbins, Jesse Hader 




ADVERTISING INDEX 

Busey First National Bank ....... 629 

Campus Book Store ........ 629 

Champaign County Bank and Trust Company .... 617 

Co-op Book Store ........ 625 

Deere and Company ....... 615 

Elgin Watch Company . . . . .631 

Geographical Publishing Company ..... 643 

G. R. Grubb and Company . . . . .641 

Hofmann Music ........ 617 

Illini Studio 645 

Illini Union Bookstore ....... 633 

The Jolly Roger ........ 613 

Oldsmobile 611 

Page Engineering Company ...... 637 

Pantagraph Printing and Stationery Company . . . .621 

F. K. Robeson 633 

John Sexton and Company ....... 625 

Timpones ..... ... 613 

University of Illinois Alumni Association .... 623 



Urbana-Lincoln Hotel ) 
Lincoln Lodge Motel / 



639 



609 



INDEX 



Aamot, Soma, 597 

Aanes, John Fredcrik, 426 

Abbott, Charles Richard, 426 

Abbott, Edward, 582 

Abbott, Susan, 337 

Abbuhl, Richard William, 140, 406 

Abby, Darwin Gene, 415 

Abe, Hiroshi. 156. 169 

Abel, Joseph Herman, 392 

Abeles, John Henry, 363 

Abell, William Austin, 140, 34^ 

Abernathie, Donald Harry, 426 

Abernathie, Edith, 135 

Ableiter, Erlys Elayne, 292 

Ableman, Sandra Joyce. 319 

Abplanalp, John Parker, 358 

Abraham, Floyd Arthur, 400, 426 

Abraham, Leroy, 395 

Abrahams, Joseph, 162 

Abrahamson, Richard A., 163, 551 

Abrams, David, 576, 590 

Abrams. Estelle Marsha, 65, 319 

Abrams, Jacqueline L., 330 

Abrams, Leonard O., 380, 426 

Abramson, Anita Mae, 330 

Abrera, S., 599 

Acacia, 246, 340 

Accountancy Club, 156 

Acker, Clem John, 426 

Ackerman, Cnarles, 168 

Ackerman, Howard R., Jr., 117, 136, 

140 
Ackerman, Owen Hoerr, 133, 367 
Acklin, James, 577, 587, 604, 605 
Acree, Ann Elizabeth, 315 
Adam, James Paul, 386 
Adam, Robert Joseph, 368 
Adams, Carl, 588 
Adams, Carol Elaine, 285 
Adams, Donald Frederick, 140 
Adams, James Franklin, 170 
Adams, Oren, 1 1 1 
Adams. Paul Alex, 215, 358 
Adams, Raymond George, 412 
Adams. Rhoda Phyllis, 330 
Adams, Richard August. 71 
Adams, Richard Lee, 177, 355 
Adams, Wayne Howard, 128, 399, 426 
Adamstone, Ruth Evelyn, 297 
Ade, John Edward, 161, 426 
Adelsperger, Robert J., 171 
Aden, Marvilee, 554, 582 
Aden, Paul Lee, 5$2 
Adesko, Alyce Claire. 320 
Adler, Joyce, 114, 146, 321, 426 
Administrative Officials, 21, 343 
Adrian, Frank, 582 
Adsit, Mary Houston, 87, 129, 302 
Aggen, Robert, 409 
Agriculture Council, 157 
Agriculture Economics Club, 157 
Agriculture Education Club, 158 
Aguilar, Fermin, 426 
Ahern, Judith Ann, 337 
Ahle, Robert D.. 408 
Ahner, Eldon Theodore, 168. 188, 349 
Ahrendt, Nancy Ruth, 315 
Ahrenkiel, Richard Keith, 140. 422 
Ahrens, Norman Paul, 401 
Ahrens, Robert Henry, 426 
Ahrens, Ronald Kent, 67, 400 
Ahrens, Theodore Walter, 115 
Ahring, Judith Lee, 325 
Ahsmann, Leroy Louis, 363 
Aidem. Howard, 554, 590, 596 
A.I.E.E.I.R.E., 161 
Aiken, Ronald Duane, 157, 183, 390. 

426 
Aikman, Eugene, 576 
Ainsley, Thomas Allen, 48, 96, 367 
Ainsworth, Gerald Irving, 354 
Air Force ROTC, 201, 202, 203 
Akers, Charles Robert, 393 
Akers, Lowell Edwin, 158, 426 
Albee, Patricia Ann, 177 
Albers, Richard, 582 
Albers, Robert Dale, 130, 158, 426 
Albert, David Paul, 116, 141, 202. 

345, 426 
Albert, Dianne Ruth, 121, 310 
Albert, Milton Wayne, 550 
Albert, Waco. 170 
Albert, Wayne, 592 
Albert, William Martin, 176, 364, 426 
Albertin. Leopold, 426 
Albin, Glenn Stanley, 347 
Alblinger, Joyce Carolyn, 309 
Albrecht, John Raymond. 426 
Albrecht, Ronald Frank, 416 
Albrecht, Wayne Leroy, 347 



Albright. Charles E., Jr., 155, 409, 

42V 
Albright, Donald, 398 
Albright, James Robert, 116, 154, 403 
Albright, Robert L., 398 
Albright, William Don, 140 
Alcock, Myron Powell, 363 
Aldana, Eduardo, 401 
Aldndge, Linda Jane, 323 
Alexander, Claude C, 152, 427 
Alexander, David Carroll, 193 
Alexander, George F., 171 
Alexander, John Melvin, 137, 410 
Alexander, Mary E., 300, 427 
Alexander, Norman Paul, 161, 403, 427 
Alexander, Robert Duane, 232, 240, 

427 
Alexander, Rosina Gaye, 274, 301 
Alexander, Shirley Marie, 328 
Alexander, Thomas Harlan, 139, 15s, 

s70 
Alfend, Judith Rachel, 333, 427 
Alford, Robert Dean, 138, 362, 427 
Alford, Willard Lee, Jr., 384 
Algeo, Jerry Alan, 385 
Alwine, Nancy, 89 
Allard, Wilfred Emile. 427 
Allen. Bernie Lee, 427 
Allen, Cameron, 187 
Allen, Charles Merritt, 412 
Allen. Craig Robert, 190, 412 
Allen, Cynthia Janice, 165, 329 
Allen, Evelyn Phyllis, 307 
Allen, Grace Irene, 190, 334 
Allen, Harry, Jr., 174 
Allen, Harry David, 427 
Allen, Homer, 575 
Allen, James Butler, 130, 162 
Allen. Janet Rose, 328 
Allen, John William, 350 
Allen, Joyce Elaine, 329, 427 
Allen, Kathryn Rosanne, 317 
Allen, Linda Lee, 110, 135, 285, 42' 
Allen. Mary Louise, 187, 321 
Allen, Mary Virginia, 285 
Allen, Petina Rose, 65, 330 
Allen, Ralph James, 58, 128. 196, 356 
Allen, Raymond B., 115. 573 
Allen, Roy Lee, 164, 414 
Allen, Sarah Jane, 151, 325, 427 
Allen, William Lee, 427 
Alley, Rembert Caven, Jr.. 134 
Allfree. Charles Stephen. 114, 399 
Allison, Carol Alice, 295 
Allison. lames, 550, S85, 605 
Allison, Lloyd Jon, 340 
Allison, Margot Howe, 292 
Allison, Robert Rockwell, 348 
Allison, Roy L., 413 
Allison, Roy Leland, 167 
Alliway, Anne Carolyn, 80, 100, 122, 

138, 151, 274, 305 
Allswang. Michael Allen, 427 
Almasy.Jo Playfair, 120, 291 
Alpha Chi Omega, 284 
Alpha Chi Rho, 341 
Alpha Chi Sigma, 398 
Alpha Chron, 127 
Alpha Delta Phi, 342 
Alpha Delta Pi, 285 
Alpha Delta Sigma, 126 
Alpha Epsilon Phi, 286 
Alpha Epsilon Pi, 343 
Alpha Gamma Delta, 287 
Alpha Gamma Rho, 344 
Alpha House, 331 
Alpha Kappa Alpha, 331 
Alpha Kappa Kappa, 582. 605 
Alpha Kappa Lambda, 345 
Alpha Kappa Psi, 128 
Alpha Lambda Delta, 129 
Alpha Omega, 583, 605 
Alpha Omega Alpha, 596 
Alpha Omicron Pi, 288 
Alpha Phi, 289 
/Mpha Phi Alpha, 397 
Alpha Phi Omega, 158 
Alpha Rho Chi. 346 
Alpha Sigma Nu. 128 
Alpha Sigma Phi, 347 
Alpha Tau Alpha, 130 
Alpha Tau Omega, 246, 247, 348 
Alpha Xi Delta, 290 
Alpha Zeta, 130 
Alpine Lodge, 399 
Altenberger, William V., 48, 218, 220 

221, 240, 348 
Altera. Kenneth Paul, 416 
Altien. Josephine, 562, 593, 597 
Altman, Janet Marie, 28s 
Altman. Sheila Joan, 315 
Altschul, Karen Sara, 330 
Altschuler, Iris Jane, 304 
Alumni Association, U. of I., 27 



Alvey, David Dale, 140 
Alwine, Nancy Ann, 330 
Ambolo, Joseph, 601 
Ambrose, Ernest John, 407 
Ambrose, William Bernard, 378 
Amell, Edward William, 352 
American Ceramic Society, 159 
American Foundryman's Society, 159 
American Institute of Architects, 160 
American Institute of Chemical Engi- 
neers, 160 
American Pharmaceutical Association, 

598 
American Recreational Society, 162 
American Society of Agriculture 

Engineers, 162 
American Society of Civil Engineers, 

164 
Ames, Frank Whitney, 136, 406 
Ammo, Yoshimi, 567, 600 
Amlin, Patricia Joan, 120, 129, 275, 

305 
Amos, Donna Gay, 301, 427 
Amsteen, Mary Kathryn, 287, 427 
Amundsen, Diane Lee, 47, 147, 292, 

427 
Anda, William Harold, 375, 428 
Andelman, Bronna Riva, 311 
Andersen, Anne Marie, 325, 428 
Andersen, Norman Allen, 352 
Andersen, Robert Thomas, 202 
Anderson, Albert, 187 
Anderson, Alan, 48, 577 
Anderson, Arthur Lee, 184, 428 
Anderson, Barbara Joan, 335 
Anderson, Burton, 582, 597, 602 
Anderson, Carl, 577, 587 
Anderson, Carol E., 289, 295 
Anderson, Charles Andrew, 161 
Anderson, Charles S., Jr., 415, 428 
Anderson, Corliss Dunlop, 85, 367, 

428 
Anderson, Donald Keith, 152, 160, 

410, 428 
Anderson, Donald, 167 
Anderson, Earl Theodore, 58, 145, 42S 
Anderson, Eleanor Louise, 330 
Anderson, Gary Jack, 351, 428 
Anderson, Gerald Erick, 115 
Anderson, Glenn Roger, 115, 139, 428 
Anderson, Irene Dellora, 288 
Anderson, James, 554, 587 
Anderson, James Jacob, 190 
Anderson, James Lee, 114, 149, 3^2 
Anderson, Jean Frances, 49, 100, 151, 

178, 298 
Anderson, John, 143 
Anderson, John Albert, 136 
Anderson, Joyce, 180, 192, 321 
Anderson, Leo Eugene, 180 
Anderson, Leonard Gerald, 417 
Anderson, Leslie Grove, 416 
Anderson, Marjorie Joan, 112, 297 
Anderson, Mary Jane, 337 
Anderson, Myrene Grace. 336, 428 
Anderson, Nancy Ann, 290, 295 
Anderson, Nancy Kay, 93 
Anderson, Norma Jean, 428 
Anderson, Norman Alan, 81, 418 
Anderson, Patricia Joyce, 136 
Anderson, Paul Theodore, 134, 428 
Anderson, Peggy Sue, 173 
Anderson, Peter, 582 
Anderson, Ray Henry, 417 
Anderson. Richard. 587 
Anderson, Richard Bert, 396 
Anderson, Richard R., 362 
Anderson, Richard W., Ill 
Anderson, Robert 575, 589, 592, 601 
Anderson, Robert Cary, 411, 428 
Anderson, Robert Eric, 165 
Anderson, Robert T., 375 
Anderson, Roger, 353 
Anderson, Stanley Fred, 428 
Anderson, Ted J., 148 
Anderson, Thomas Bradley, 110, 111, 

180 
Anderson, William Henry, 111, 414 
Andler, Richard. 420 
Andre, Jacques Pierre, 371 
Andreotti, Roy Joseph, 117 
Andrew, Lucy Elizabeth, 87, 219, 337 
Andrews, Alice Martha, 328 
Andrews, Carol Joyce, 3, 47, 51, 86, 

151, 308. 428 
Andrews, Charles Jack, 131 
Andrews, Gary Edward, 428 
Andrews. Gerald Lynn, 412 
Andrews, Glenn Bedell. 94. 161. 422 
Andrews. Gloria Dolores, 334, 428 
Andrews, John Robert, Jr., 605 
Andrews, Philip, 577. 582 
Andrews, Raymond Eugene. 374, 428 
Andrews, Richard, 575, 601 



Andronowitz, Joseph, 402, 429 
Ang, Arcellia, 599 
Angle, Ronald Lloyd, 89, 359 
Angus, Marvin Stewart, 92, 172, 199, 

356, 429 
Angus, Richard Myers, 116, 160, 186, 

340 
Ankenbrand, Juliann, 169, 317, 429 
Ankenbrandt, Jerome, 554, 582 
Anselm, George Enoch, 112, 170, 344 
Anselmo, Katherine Nora, 312, 429 
A.nsick, Joseph Payne, 357 
Ansick, Judith Paulette, 289, 429 
Anthony, Ramona Lee, 322 
Antonelli, Louis Paul, 117, 409 
Antman, Marvin, 550 
Antram, Mary Kenneth, 111, 313 
Anzalone, Charles Edward, 417 
Aper, Wayne Henry, 128, 164, 386 
Aplington, Catherine L., 325, 429 
Apolinski, Stanley, 579 
Aplon, Roger Lawrence, 395 
Appanaitis, Geraldine A., 334 
Appel, Glenn Herman, 133, 137, 356 
Appel, Jerry David, 366 
Apperson, William Roy, 356 
Applegate, Kara Lee, 329 
Appleton, Karilyn Jeanne, 330 
Arakawa. Sylvia Kinko, 156, 169, 315, 

600 
Arbeen, Lynn Andrew, 187, 347, 429 
Arbenz, Mary, 102, 178 
Arbizzani, Joyce Ann, 127, 135, 177, 

313 
Archer, Donald Gene, 358, 429 
Archer, Richard Lee, 562 
Archer, James Gabel, 184, 378 
Archibald, Dale Lewis, 183 
Arend, Iris Merle, 110, 111 
Arends, Neil Robert, 117, 177. 347 
Arensman. George Phillip, 407 
Arenson, Carol, 153 
Arentsen, Leonard W., 365 
Arfstrom, Gail Lee, 313, 429 
Ariana, Donna Mae, 325 
Arkwright, Marjorie, 72 
Armed Forces, 194 
Armin, Elizabeth, 151, 321, 429 
Armstrong, Don Paul, 413 
Armstrong, Elizabeth J., 168 
Armstrong, George Fraser, 342 
Armstrong, Harriett J., 112, 310 
Armstrong, Irene Louise, 336 
Armstrong, John, 575, 585 
Armstrong, John M., 48, 58, 79, 367 
Armstrong, June, 315 
Armstrong, Myron Eugene, 140 
Armstrong, Sharen Kay, 179, 249, 293 
Armsworth, Joyce, 600 
Army, 195 

Arnaudy, Antoine Jean, 421 
Arndt, Dorothy Jane, 114, 115 
Arndt, Larry Keith, 106, 149, 359 
Arnesen, Nancy Karen, 336 
Arneson, John Lawrence, 141 
Arnett, Harold, 131, 147 
Arnhoit, James Edward, 408 
Arning, Barbara Helen, 322, 429 
Arnoft, Harold, 605 
Arnold, Barbara Caryl, 47. 57, 73. 81, 

293, 429 
Arnold, Harris Salzman, 380, 429 
Arnold, Margaret Jean, 186, 429 
Arnold, Stacie, 601 
Arnold, William, 186 
Aron, Fred James, 184 
Ai-on, Jack, 555, 590 
Aronson, Alan, 555, 593, 596, 597 
Aronson, Carol Ann, 179. 286 
Aronson, Howard Isaac, 429 
Aronson, Neil Gerald, 429 
Arora, Om, 397 
Arrowood, Mary Therese, 313 
Arterburn, Robert C, 50, 91, 145, 429 
Arvedson, Peter Fredrick, 116, 187 
Arvidson, Donald Bengt, 181, 416 
Arvola, Denny Alfred, 70, 383 
Arya, Surendra, 174 
Asay, Kay Joyce, 334 
Aschan, Harry, 141 
Ascher, Richard Emil, 352 
Aschermann, Donald, 173. 184, 387 
Ash, David Milton, 170, 374 
Ash, Julius Nelson, 429 
Ashcraft, Ralph Mathias, 115 
Ashen, Bernard Michael, 380 
Ashton, Shirley Jean, 309 
Askew, Donald Carlyle, 69. 138, 181, 

416 
Asper, Marion Kay, 292 
Asper, Orville Pat, 69, 149, 373 
Asper. Wilbert Edward, 373 
Asselmeier, Glen. 573. 574. 577, 582 
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Dentists, 430 
Ast, Bruno, 417 
Ast, Krunoslav John, 173, 418 
Athlete of the Year, 243 
Atkinson, James Richard, 401 
Ator, Leslie Winnefred, 151, 302, 430 
Atterberry, Roger, 582 
Atwell, Lloyd Arthur, 177, ill 
Atwood, Richard A.. 156, 169 
Atwood, Sue, 169 
Aublt, Glenn Milton, 359 
Auby, Barbara Scott, 430 
Auby, John Herbert. 430 
Audo, Carl Paul, 116 
Aufderhaar, William B., 382, 430 
Augustin, Gene Otto, 400. 430 
Augustus, Nancy Jane, 336 
Aukamp, Merle Louis, 349 
Ausmus, Edward Lee, 165 
Austin, Donald, 582 
Austin, Earl Donald, 430 
Austin. Elizabeth Ann, 65, 169, 323 
Austin, Frances Louise, 302 
Austin, Jeff, 230, 231 
Awe, Paul Edward. 130, 170, 202, 360, 

430 
Axelrad, Alene Diane, 286 
Axelrad, Joel Clark, 366 
Axelson. Donald Roy, 430 
Ayala, Bernardo, 430 
Ayars, Rebecca Jean, 193, 249, 305, 

430 
Ayson, Jean Carol R.. 329, 430 
Azamar, Diane C 320 



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Babb, Jerrell, 350 
Babcock. Barbara E., 153, 288 
Babcock, James Albert, 367 
Babeno, Lubov Valentine, 147, }'■>' 
Bach, Curtis Alden. 416, 417 
Bach, Jan Morris, 116 
Bachar, George Martin, 354 
Bachelor, Paul Edwin, 430 
Bachman, Curtis Robert, 161 
Bachmann, Robert Richard, 188, 349 
Backoff, James Stuart, 370 
Backus, Carolyn Alice, 135 
Bacon, Grace, 602, 603 
Bacon, Janice Rae, 127, 329 
Badal, Eugene Eprim, 400 
Badal. Herbert Saul, 215, 240, 352, 

430 
Bader, Arthur John, 164, 198, 199 
Baechle, James Oscar, 415 
Baer, Henry, 576 
Baethke, Eugene Elmer, 375 
Baez, Maria Lourdes, 311 
Bages, Anne Helen, 128, 142, 177, 

248, 336, 430 
Bagicha, Minhas, 174 
Baginski, Vincent, 570 
Bahauddin, Khaja, 174 
Bahl, 188 

Bahls, Carol Jane, 177, 302 
Bahnks, William Blair, '414 
Bahr, Henry Fred, 414 
Baietto, Robert Eugene, 213, 215, 240 
Baigh, Neal, 575, 583 
Bailey, Barbara Ann, 296 
Bailey, David Clarke, 430 
Bailey, David Lee, 113, 354 
Bailey, Heaton, 131 
Bailey, Juanita, 129, 180, 316 
Bailey, Larry Wayne, 420 
Bailey, Richard Eugene, 180 
Bailey, Robert Clyde, 117, 406 
Bailey, Shirley Eileen, 315, 430 
Bailey, William, 587 
Bain, Brice Theodore, 409 
Bain, Ralph Lee, 412, 430 
Bainbridge, Roger C, 160, 192, 4l6 
Bair, James, 587 
Baird, Judith Kay, 313 
Baird, Nina Wilson, 141, 169, 321, 

430 
Baird, Richard, 170 
Bakalis, Michael John. 414 
Baker. Alice Marie, Id 
Baker, Arthur Ford, 183, 390 
Baker, Bertha Nickolae, 142 
Baker, Burl Pryce, 340, 431 
Baker, Byron Neff, 365 
Baker, Charles Richard, 130. 158, 431, 

588 
Baker, Daniel Robert, 159 
Baker, George Robert, 348 
Baker. Harold Albert, 166, 173 
Baker, Hubert Glenn, 419 
Baker, James Frederick, 378 
Baker, Janis Mae, 116, 248, 330 
Baker, Jack, 346 
Baker, John Charles, 356 
Baker, John David. Jr., 375 
Baker, Lawrence Vernon, 112 
Baker, Marjorie B., 190, 334 
Baker, Mary Ann. 179, 292 
Baker, Nickolae, 65, 431 
Baker, Sandra Marie, 285 
Baker, Walter Everett, 367 
Bakker, Gerald, 111 



Bakle, James Wilfred, 342 

Baksys, Irene Galina, 176, 336 

Balazs, Lillian Eleanore, 310 

Balbach, Sara Lily, 330 

Baldwin, Robert, 587 

Bales, Barbara Mae, 324 

Balin, Jay, 590 

Balkauskas, Nijole, 576 

Ball, Donald Arthur, 241, 347, 431 

Ball, Frederick. 576, 601 

Ball, Judith Sheila, 294 

Ball, Neal, 90, 403 

Ball, Philip Louis, 343 

Ballard, Joyce Marie, 313, 431 

Ballard, Stanlee Ernest, 165 

Balle, Ronald, 576 

Ballein, Beverly Jean, 136, 313 

Bailer, Robert. 136 

Ballinger, Dale Warren, 164 

Balsamo, Michael, 579 

Balsley, Robert Jay, Jr., 365 

Baiter, Maxine Lois, 111 

Baltes, Bernard, 588, 597 

Balton, Marguerite P., 65, 328 

Baltz, Alan Joseph, 156, 172 

Baluka, Robert Leroy, 415, 431 

Bamburg, Marvin Arthur, 150, 346 

Ban, Fred, 578, 586 

Banashek, Robert Arthur, 395 

Banasik, Maryjane D., 330 

Banchak, Mary Lorraine, 336 

Bandukwala, Abdemannan, 174 

Bandy, John Wesley, 431 

Bandy, Sue Jeanne, 329, 330 

Bang, James, 175, 431 

Bangert, Richard Fred, 150, 375 

Bangjenness, James H., 175 

Banks, Donald Richard, 347 

Banner. David Randall, 137, 173, 403 

Bannister, Mary, 112 

Banter. Charles Richard, 394, 431 

Baptist Foundation, 186 

Baptist Student Union, 187 

Baracchini, Edgardo, 562 

Barackman, Robert Rufus, 373 

Barak. Donald Wayne, 149, 391 

Baran, Charlotte, 189, 319 

Baran, Irving, 576, 593 

Baran. Norton, 343 

Barbel. Dick Clarence, 202 

Barber, Dennis, 576 

Barber. Thomas. S8^ 

Barbre, Rochelle, 298, 600 

Barclay, Dorothy Walta, 315 

Barclay. Loretta Carol, 301 

Barclay, Ray Frances, 76, 305 

Bard, Roger Glen. 362 

Bardfield, Louis Yale, 377 

Barger, Sharon Lee, 65, 322 

Bargh, George H., 24, 25. 83 

Bariff, Duane, 417 

Barker, Alice, 305 

Barker, Allen Vaughan, 140, 158 

Barker, Francis John II, 390, 582 

Barkley, Bruce Owen, 397, 431 

Barkley, Howard John, 401 

Barkley, Janice Juanita, 316 

Barkley, Ruth, 49, 64, 127 

Barman, James A., 177, 393 

Barnbaum, Gerald, 584, 602 

Barnbaum, Janice, 330 

Barnbaum, Sandra, 294, 600 

Barnes, Edgar Wallace, 117, 361 

Barnes, Robert, 587 

Barnes, William Joseph, 94, 355 

Barnes, William Mahl, 431 

Barnett, Bruce Edward, 364, 431 

Barnett, Charles Edward, 199 

Barnett, Dallas Eugene, 413 

Barnett, Richard Allan, 117. 347, 431 

Barnhart, Patricia Ruth. 431 

Barnhill, Mrs., 382 

Baron, Frank E., 411 

Baion, Howaid Ivan, 184 

Baron, Susan Serene, 294 

Barov, Arlene Lois, 319 

Barr, Barry Earl, 376 

Barr, George Britt, 147 

Barr, Jack Russell. 383 

Barr. Jerry Dean, 181, 407 

Barr, John Edward, 413 

Barr, Neil King, Jr., 138, 181, 351 

Barr, William. 359 

Barrack, Richard James, 362 

Bairell, Elizabeth, 331 

Barrett. Jonathan William, 550 

Barrie, Mary Jean, 134, 151, 289, 431 

Barrington. Erwin, 576 

Barrow, Warren, 577, 587, 604 

Barry, Alan, 397 

Barry, David Richard, 348 

Bart, Ronald Kenneth, 413, 419 

Barta, Yvonne Marie, 312 

Barthel, Barbara, 330 

Bartecki. Sylvia Mary, 431 

Barter, Charles F., 385 

Barth, Barbara Zander, 115, 431 

Barthel, Harold O., 145 

Barthel, Margaret Marie, 290 

Bartholomew, Charles R., 348 

Bartholomew, Richard H., 356 

Bartlett, Fane Louise. 288 

Bartlett, Robert Callen, 371 

Bartnicki, Norbert, 597 



Barton, David Cyrus, 137, 403, 605 

Barton, David, 555, 587, 604 

Barton — East, 414 

Barton, Francis Leo, 420 

Barton, Sally Jane, 84, 302 

Barton, Stanley Louis, 95, 145 

Barton— West, 63, 414 

Bartsch, John Richard, 371 

Bartu, Peter John, 133, 351 

Bartulis, Joseph Thomas, 59, 82, 365 

Baseball, 226, 227, 228 

Basik, Hikmet, 354, 431 

Baskes, Barbara Ann, 304 

Baskes, Roger Stephen, 46, 55, 58, 60, 

61, 73, 131, 147, 343, 432 
Basketball, 216 
Basner, Paula Lee, 80, 318 
Bass, Alfred, 576 
Bass, Mary Lou, 112, 330 
Bass, Mitchell Hirsch, 377 
Bass, Sheila Marlene, 316 
Bassel, Judith, 153, 312 
Bassie, V. Lewis, 22 
Bassler, Ima Jean, 141, 169, 192, 317 
Bassler, Lambert Emanuel, 184 
Bastedo, Elaine Beverly, 337 
Bates, Dean, 342 
Bates, Harry, 421 
Bates, Melvin B., 207, 208, 209. 215, 

240 
Bates, Peggy Jean, 136, 147, 329, 432 
Bates, Ronald Haines, 117, 190, 404, 

432 
Bates, Thomas Parker, 389 
Batteast, Olivia Nanine, 330, 331 
Battles, Richard Garwood, 357 
Battles, Thomas Bernard, 134, 432 
Baudino, Leo Schuyler, 432 
Bauer, Donald Lee, 401 
Bauer, Lois Frances, 169, 297, 432 
Bauer, Richard James, 345 
Bauer, Walter Joseph, Jr., 431 
Baughman, Ruth Ann, 180, 321 
Bauling, Alice Joan, 112, 313 
Baulos, David Lee, 370 
Baum, Natalie, 579 
Baum, Raymond Anthony, 117, 380 
Baum, Robert Atkins, 366 
Bauman, Elizabeth, 576 
Bauman, Ray, 192 
Bauman, Virginia, 82 
Baumanis, Maija, 579, 593 
Baumann, Carl William, 393 
Baumann, Dianne Valerie, 63, 71, 117, 

192, 298 
Baumann, Shirley Anne, 153, 310 
Baumel, James Starr, 432 
Baumgarn, George Arnold, 147 
Baumgarten, John Raymond, 368 
Baumgartner, Ted, 190 
Baur, John Walter, 196 
Bautz, Carol Joan, 153. 316 
Bavaro, Nicholas Joseph, 346 
Baxter, Barbara Joan, 47, 56, 72, 73, 

128, 293, 432 
Baxter, Bruce M., 345, 432 
Baxter, Robert, 585 
Bay, Donald McCutchan, 241, 342 
Bayer, Edward Oscar, 80, 385 
Baygood, Kenneth, 343, 432 
Bayha, William Thomas, 367 
Bayles, James Edwin, 113, 117, 345 
Bayless, Eddie Dale, 384 
Bayley, Lowry Hinch, Jr., 69, 122, 

385 
Baylor, Edward Nelson, 166 
Bayne, James, 141 
Bazar. Ruth, 318 
Bazola, Dr., 592 
Beals, Robert. 383 

Bean. Marjorie Duanne, 106, 144, 302 
Beanblossom, William P., 365 
Beason, David Francis, 347 
Beattie, Helen Marie, 177, 328 
Beattie, Mary Jane, 106, 141, 169, 

292 
Beatty, Barbara Ann, 65, 312 
Beatty, James, 190 
Beaty, John Howard, 116, 130, 158, 

408 
Beau Chateau. 311 
Beauchamp, Kent. 432 
Beaulieu, Robert Jerome, 154 
Beauman, Nancy, 90, 292 
Beaupre, Jack Raymond, 345 
Beavers, Franklin Eugene, 417 
Beazly, Darrell Dean, 183 
Beazly, George Raymond, 432 
Beberman, Elizabeth, 111 
Beck, Alice. 579 
Beck. Gordon, 98, 178 
Beck, Marlene, 594 
Beck, Ralph, 591 
Beck, Ronald, 582 
Beck, Sally, 142 
Becker, Barbara Gale, 93, 307 
Becker, Beverly Dianne, 335 
Becker, Carl Eugene, 170, 344 
Becker, Elaine, 294 
Becker, Elissa Marian, 336 
Becker, Frank, 577, 582 
Becker, Harry, 37, 415, 432 
Becker, James Leo, 408 
Becker, Jay Marshall, 131, 377 



Becker, Paul August, 367 

Becker, Robert, 391 

Becker, Urban Leo, 158 

Becker, Victor Marshall, 183, 4l4 

Becker, William Theodore, 196 

Becker, William Theodore, 362 

Beckett, Grace, 114 

Beckmann, Frederick Carl, 415 

Beckmeyer, Sharon Lee, 122, 151, 305, 

432 
Bedard, Edward Jerome, 392 
Bedau, Arlene Joy, 320 
Bederman, Edwin Ernest, 111, 395 
Bednar, Charles John, 111, 389 
Bednarz, Connie C, 295 
Bedore, Jack Carl, 405 
Beebe, Donald Roy, 159 
Beebee, Dee Ann, 300 
Beeftink, John Paul, 165, 432 
Beeson, Paul Michael, 149, 215, 389 
Begando, Joseph, 589, 597 
Beggs, Sarah Jane, 297, 432 
Behling, Elaine A., 321 
Behling, Leonard, 115 
Behrends, Ruth Marie, 141, 169, 188, 

317 
Behringer, Jane Ann, 192, 317 
Behringer, Clara M., 103, 178 
Beier, Erwin, 586 
Beigel, Lois Raye, 286 
Beil, Carl Henry, 432 
Bern, Barbara Lillian, 84, 293 
Bern, Robert Walter. 373, 433 
Beinhauer, Marilyn Jane, 300, 433 
Beinikis, Vilmars, 181, 418 
Bejsovec, Joseph L., 186 
Belcaster, Eileen Gail, 329 
Belczak, Eugene, 586 
Beling. Alice Anne, 193. 323 
Bell, Dolores Jean, 291 
Bell, Ellen Ann, 141, 321, 433 
Bell, Hans Frederick, 164 
Bell, James Arthur, 237 
Bell, Jimmie Dean, 170, 344 
Bell. Lyndon Hayward, 340 
Bell, Robert Fred, 407 
Bellair, Jayne Olive, 322 
Bellephant, Joe Finley, 215 
Bellman, Robert Herman, 386 
Bellmar, Joan Rebecca, 110, 146, 295 
Bellows, Glen Lee, 165 
Belman, Richard Irving, 134 
Belsley, Alvin Christian, 371, 433 
Belt, Judith, 284 
Belton, Jo Ann, 284, 433 
Belton. Richard James, 389 
Belz. Frank, 154 

Belzer, Edward Gordon, 150, 395 
Benak. Stephan, 578, 586 
Benard, Clarence Newton, 158, 167 
Benbow, Robert Franke, 353 
Benda, Frank Edward, 164 
Bender, Carol Ann, 292 
Bender, Laurence Hadley, 433 
Bender, Leroy Allen, 433 
Bender, Mitchell Samuel, 115, 139, 

433 
Bender, Phyllis Gootnick, 330 
Bender, Roy Samuel, 364, 433 
Benedetti, Vivian M., 297 
Benedict, Kay Janice, 312 
Benedix, Richard, 587 
Benisek, Blanche Helen, 330 
Benisek, Jerome Bohumil, 407 
Benisek, John Paul, 177, 393 
Benjamin, Roland, 579 
Benner, Eugene Lloyd, 433 
Benner, Robert, 162 
Benner, Walter William, 402 
Bennett, Constance V., 316 
Bennett, David Michael, 345, 433 
Bennett, Dean Granville R., 542, 548 
Bennett, Marvin, 433 
Bennett, Ralph William, 347 
Bennett, Ronald Maxwell, 388, 433 
Benning, Carl John, 165, 412 
Benning, Joyce Marie, 188, 334, 433 
Benson, Eleanor Louise, 336 
Benson, Gerald Duane, 98 
Benson, Harold Clifford, 181, 433 
Benson, Jane Ann, 285 
Benson, John Albert. 116, 190 
Benson. Kenneth, 398 
Benson, Robert Payne, 379 
Benson, Roger Alan, 173 
Bentley, Vivian Henry, Jr.. 186 
Berard, Richard Albert, 161, 342, 433 
Berberich, Ronald Keith, 396 
Bercher, Marilyn Eileen, 313, 600 
Berdahl, Clarence 1 0"S 
Bereman, Robert Keith, 116 
Berenson, Ralph, 605 
Berezin, Myron Allan, 366 
Berneld, Shirley May, 192, 321 
Berg. Allan, 574 
Berg, Frances Virginia, 142, 433 
Berg, Robert William, 140, 401 
Bergart, Malavin Jules, 117, 343 
Bergen, David Buck, 164, 433 
Berger, Alice Catherine, 337 
Berger, Gladys Janet, 319 
Berger, Sam, 376 
Bergeron, Joan, 576 
Bergeron, Robert, 587 



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Bergeron, Suzanne M., 328 
Bergeron, Thomas, 573, 577, 587, 597 
Bergeson, Jane Anne, 301 
Bergethon, Florence E., 114 
Bergman, Sara Lee, 190, 303, 434 
Bergonz, Francis Henry, 175, 405, 434 
Bergquist, Arline Faye, 305 
Bergren, Judith Wave, 330 
Bergschneider, Eugene, 48, 120, 241 
Bergschneider, Godfrey E., 130, 155, 

360 
Bergschneider, Leo E., 167, 170 
Bergstedt, Leland Wayne, 172 
Bergstrom, John Carl, 111 
Berk, Harold Theodore, 172 
Berke, Ira Marvin, 434 
Berkelhamer, Judith E., 330 
Berkley, Larry Bernard, 388 
Berkowitz, Marilyn, 65, 311 
Berks, Elaine Sari, 307 
Berkson, Merle Jane, 304 
Berlet, Paula Renee, 179, 287 
Berlin, Howard, 555, 593 
Berlin, Leonard, 593 
Berlow, Irene, 111, 328 
Berman, Albert Carl, 416 
Berman, Burton Robert, 376, 434 
Berman, Melvin Richard, 376 
Berman, Stanton, 590 
Berman, Zina Lorraine, 135, 168, 330, 

434 
Bernes, Richard Wayne, 410 
Bernard, Clarence, 187 
Bernard, Myron Jules, 174 
Bernardini, Richard W., 386 
Bernardino, Frank, 133 
Berndt, Edwin Fredrick, 356 
Bernfield, Glen Richard, 131, 147, 

387, 434 
Bernfield, Merton Ronald, 387 
Bernhardt, Bernadine Ann, 117, 188, 

315, 434 
Bernhardt, Frances L., 188. 315 
Bernhardy, Marvin John, 434 
Berns, Eugene, 380 
Berns, Martin Allen, 380 
Berns, Max Harold, 420 
Berns, Paul, 112, 416 
Berns, Sandra Ellen, 286 
Bernsen, Sheldon, 416, 434 
Bernstein, Alvin Philip, 181 
Bernstein, Elaine, 189, 294 
Bernstein, Elynor Audrey, 76, 144, 286 
Bernstein, Howard, 434 



Bernstein, Lee Jerome, 343 
Bernstein, Marilyn Ann, 329, 434 
Bernstein, Stuart, 550, 583 
Bernstein, Paul, 131, 147, 387 
Bernstein, Richard, 577, 593 
Bernstein, Robert Selig, 110, 111 
Bernstein, Udell L., 372 
Bernstein, Bernard, 366 
Berolzheimer, Ellen, 313 
Berron, Marvin Lee, 434 
Berry, Daniel, 367 
Berry, Eleanor, 186 
Berry, Sandra, 175, 189 
Bersell, Lenore Helen, 33^ 
Bert, John Karl, 114, 117 
Bertchie, Gerald Arthur, 420 
Bertoldi, Richard John, 159 
Bertolino, Barbara S., Ill, 330 
Bertolino, Thomas Rosche, 117 
Berton. John, 187 
Bertoni, Robert David, 416 
Bertram, Carl, 562, 598 
Berutti, Richard Peter, 117. 414 
Berz, Michael Richard, 343 
Berzins, Biruta. 576 
Besant, Verle Jerome, 138, 358 
Besser. Richard Dean. 181, 350 
Best, Edward, 379 
Best, John, 582 
Best, Robert Lee. 401 
Bests, Travor, 379 
Beta Alpha Psi. 131 
Beta House, 332 
Beta Sigma Psi, 349 
Beta Theta Pi, 246, 247, 350 
Bethards. Miriam. 567. 600 
Bethards, Rolland, 582 
Betkauskas, Bridget L., 176, 434 
Bettasso. Robert. 555, S87 
Bettin, Warren John, 362 
Bettinger, Leonard Dean, 164, 395, 

434 
Beuligmann, Marie E., 312 
Beuligmann, Raymond F., 140 
Beushausen, Sandra Ann, 115, 328 
Bever, Merilyn Ann, 305 
Bextel, Harold Van Cleve, 389 
Beyaert. Bruce Odiel, 140, 160, 398 
Beyer, Edgar Herman, 112 
Beyer. Frances Ronelle, 65, 325, 434 
Beyerle, John Franklin, 70. 301 
Bialecke, Edward Paul. Jr.. 161, 434 
Bianchi, Robert Gordon, 392 
Bianchin, James John, 402 



Biava, Domenick Ronald. 434 

Biava, Robert Peter. 110 

Bibergal. Milton. 555, 540 

Bickers, James Harry, 352 

Bicket, Willis, 579 

Bickhaus, James Theodore, 229, 368 

Bicknell, Joe Scott, 166. 344, 434 

Bicknell. William Edmund, 140 

Biddle, Mary Karen, 305 

Biehler, Deane Irving. 148, 176, 389 

Biehn, Curtiss John, 409 

Biek, Joan, 579 

Biek, Richard, 582 

Bieker, Fred, 576, 588 

Bielat, Norbert John, 411 

Bielema. Henry, Jr., 177, 373 

Bielefeld, Roger, 235 

Bieles, Richard, 550, 592 

Bielfeldt. Gary Keith, 215, 373 

Bierman, Harold, 69, 122, 387 

Biery, Noel Stuart, 390 

Bieschke, Mary Frances, 329 

Biester, Robert Ernest, 435 

Bieszczat, Barbara Ann, 328, 435 

Bigger. Cranston, 362 

Biggs. Carolyn Jean, 78, 87, 308 

Biggs, Charles Harry, 412 

Biggs, Dorothy, 111 

Biggs, E. Power. 109 

Bigley. James Lewis, 69, 389 

Bilinsky, Brenda Belle, 65, 333 

Billings. William, 2n 

Billington, Norma C, 309 

Bills, Charles Wilfred, 371 

Binder, David George, 364 

Binder, Herbert, 584 

Bingham, William G., 367, 435 

Bingley, Edward John, 186, 363 

Binkley, Wayne Earl, 435 

Bir, Sakay, 174 

Bird, Marion Ronald, 409 

Birdzell, Thomas Walter, 156, 435 

Birkey, John E., 163, 202 

Birkey. Melvin Duane, 112, 117, 190, 

404 
Birkey, Samuel Edward, 190, 404 
Birkhaug, Robert John, 435 
Birkle, Daniel Otto, 70, 357, 435 
Birkner, David Leon, 77, 80. 372, 435 
Birky, John Edward, 340. 43*> 
Biron, Susan Frances. 187, 309 
Birtch, Dale Ray, 365 
Bishop, Alcestis, 114 
Bishop, Mahlon Lee, 175 



Bishov, Jay, 388 

Bisjak, Justine, 330 

Biskowski. Joseph, 579 

Biskup, Edward Joseph, 141, 356, 435 

Bissell, Cushman B., 19 

Bissell, William. 116 

Bitkower, Anita Louise. 294, 435 

Bitter, Glen Charles, 117 

Bittman, Sheila C, 298 

Bittner, Glen, 369 

Bjick, Ronald Lloyd, 164, 393 

Bjordahl, James, 353 

Bjork, Claude Theodore, 158 

Bjorklund, Lowell Lars, 413 

Bjornseth. John Carl, 418 

Biurstrom, Stanley T., 409 

Blaauw, Bernard, 136, 413, 417, 435 

Blacher, Louis Allen, 380 

Blacher, Sarah, 316 

Black, Bruce Orrin, 354 

Black, Ronald Gary, 420 

Black, Susan, 49, 104, 300 

Black, Thomas Taylor, Jr., 369 

Black. William Harold, 383 

Black, William Joseph, 397 

Blackmore, Floyd H., 418, 435 

Blacksher, Beulah, 563, 593. 598 

Blacksher, Beverly Jean, 116, 296 

Blagg, Robert, 575, 585 

Blahous. Charles Paul, 159, 237, 341 

Blahous. Edward George, 341 

Blair, Deborah Margaret, 80, 100, 291 

Blair, Glenn Myers, Jr., 435, 603 

Blake, Frank Edward, 36l 

Blake, Russ Owen, 358 

Blakely, James Russell, 69, 173, 391 

Blakely, Robert Stevens, 408 

Blakeman, Robert Lee, 435 

Blakemore. Paul Howard, 190, 412 

Bland, Jack Jarrell, 145, 199, 358, 435 

Blandford, Keith, 149, 382 

Blanke, George Robert, 164 

Blanke, Paul Frederick, 82. 117. 149, 

348 
Blankenship, Marshall, 582, 599 
Blankinship, John T., Jr.. 379 
Blase. William Walter, 171, 188 
Blassick. John Edward, 402 
Blaugh. Dalton, 594 
Blazek. Frank Edward, 164 
Blazine, Fred Vincent, 140, 371 
Blazine. Regene Elaine, 313 
Blechschmidt. Richard E.. 14^, 43S 
Bleck, Daniel Kilbert, 134. 393, 436 



613 



Bleck, John Edward, 168 

Bleck, Phyllis Claire. 115. 322 

Bledig, Albert, 576, 582 

Bledsoe, Carl Lee, Jr., 341 

Blessing, Ida, 579 

Blewett, Mary Elizabeth, 89, 320 

Bliesener, Willis Carl. 186. 411 

Bliss, Katherine Rebecca, 312, 313 

Bliss, Patricia Annette, 302 

Blissaid, Robert Orris, 128, 386 

Block, Bruce Howard, 380 

Block "I", 80 

Block, Merle Bette, 80, 307 

Block, Patricia Louise, 180, 330 

Block, Roland Claire, 378 

Blockman, Steven Henry, 376 

Blomme, Richard William. 400 

Blomquist. Conrad. 586, 597 

Bloodgood, Owen, 555, 587, 604 

Bloom, David Abel, 388 

Bloom, Jacqueline Gwen, 333 

Bloom, Jordan Joel, 343 

Bloom, Lionel, 380 

Bloomberg. Gordon, 590 

Bloomberg, Kama Marie, 134, 312 

Bloomfield, Holly Jeanne. 334 

Bloomquist, Carole M., 110. Ill 

Bloomquist, James V., 67, 171, 417 

Bloomquist, Kenneth, 114, 115 

Bloomquist, Ronald E., 145, 148 

Bloxom, Myra Anne, 63, 77, 308, 436 

Bloxsom, David Sanford, 416 

Blue, Harold Darrell, 117, 381 

Bluege, Barbara Alayne, 65, 436 

Bluestone, Allan Bennett, 137, 416, 436 

Bluestone, Howard Ira, 137, 414 

Bluhm, Neil Gary, 380 

Blukis, Uldis, 436 

Blum, Virginia Lucile, 179, 292 

Blumenfeld, David, 584, 5M8 

Blumenfeld. Ronald Joel, 150. 366 

Blumenfeld, Ross Murray, 317 

Blust, Daniel Forrest, 400 

Blutman, Sharon Elaine, 65, 314 

Blye, Charles Melvin, 436 

Board of Trustees, 19 

Boas, Glenn, 576 

Boatwright, Lewellyn, 132 

Bobbitt, Maurice, 70, 374 

Boberg, George, 116 

Bobrow, Davida Arlene, 315 

Bockman, Ray John, 384, 436 

Bockserman, Julian Ross, 116, 395 

Bocksruker, Ronald W., 148, 159, 436 

Bodenbender, Reinhardt. 574, 591, 596 

Bodett, Peter Carlyle. 436 

Boehme, Marilyn Gertrude, 90, 173, 

188, 313 
Boeringa, Carol Jean, 320 
Boerlin, Richard, 114, 115, 139 
Bohl, Robert, 148. 176 
Bojanowski, Joseph C, 436 
Bolchert, Marilyn Louise, 313 
Bold, Jerome Irwin, 380 
Boldon, Charles Morton, 134, 180. 436 
Boldt, Nancy Irene, 298 
Boley, Janice Eileen, 285 
Bolhous, Perry Richard, 347 
Bolick, Patricia C, 436 
Boling, David Gordon, 369 
Bolton, Bryce Arthur, 371 
Bolton, Margot Louise, 183, 336 
Boltz, James Graves, 137, 35d 
Bonansinga, Sully W., 149, 365 
Bonansinga, William J., 365 
Bonavolonta, Anthony A., 346 
Boncosky, William Arthur, 382 
Bond, Jerry, 123 
Bond, Walter Cleve, 436 
Bone, Gary Denfan, 176 
Bonfisld. Ellen, 336 
Bonham, Gay Ruth, 301 
Bonk, George. 588 
Bonneur, Leon Earl, 48, 241, 244, 245, 

360 
Bonnis, Charles Joseph, 436 
Bonsalle, George Henry, 48, 221, 240. 

368 
Bonwell, Thomas Lee, 113, 116 
Book, Howard Ray, 370 
Book, Jon Paul, 370 
Booker, Oral Thomas III, 414 
Boomhower, Susan Kay, 312 
Boon, Harold Franklin, 373 
Boone, Donald Herbert, 176 
Boone, James Meredith, 177 
Booras, Alexander W.. 163, 184. 190. 

194, 201, 202, 436 
Boothroyd, Robert Lavern, 410 
Borchart, Gene, 587 
Borchelt. William Roy, 358 
Borden, Charles S., Jr., 352 
Borden, Richard Henry. 117 
Borelli, Raymond Fiore, 353 
Boren, Carol Margaret, 65, 324 
Boren, Martha Louise. 324. 436 
Boren, Thomas Charles. 175 
Borgsmiller, Fredrick J., 70. 358 
Borison. Dorothy. 274. 3^0, 436 
Borke, Mitchell. 597 
Borkowski. Florian D., 215 
Born, Warren Conrad, 436 
Borneman, Richard Henry, 362 
Bornholdt. Donald Walter. 175 



Boros, William Eugene, 342 
Borre. James Arthur, 181, 437 
Borri, Rita Marie, 168, 310 
Burring, Allen George, 370 
Bortz, Robert Edward, 177. 379, 437 
Boss, Janice Holly, 142, 328, 437 
Bossert, David Charles, 67, 120, 170, 

Bosshart, Dolores Marie, 306 

Bossingham, John Roger, 170, 173, 360 

Bost. Ward, 563, 586, 597 

Bostic, Carolyn Jane, 65, 151, 328 

Boston, Carol Ann, 65, 169. 335 

Bostrom, Alice Stewart, 437 

Bostrom, Donald Earl, 381, 437 

Boswell, Jeb, 577, 591, 603 

Boswell, Margaret Sue, 186, 326 

Botel, Rudolph, 342 

Bothwell, Jo Ann. 297 

Botruff, Mary Lucille, 190, 334 

Bottenfield, Jack Lee, 158 

Bottomley. Charles G., 396 

Bottrell, James Harlan, 409 

Bouchard. Michael B., 133 

Boughan. Anita Louise, 186, 326 

Bourgois, Mavis Jean, 335 

Bourkland, Joan, 579 

Bouseman, John Keith, 136, 406 

Boushka, Diane Josephine. 284 

Bouwsona, Beverly, 111 

Bovey, John Joseph, 401 

Bovie, Robert Joseph, 374 

Bowen, Charles, 27, 73 

Bowen, Dorothy. 135 

Bowen, James Michael, 356 

Bowen, Nancy, 142, 298, 437 

Bowen, Ronald Gene, 391 

Bowen, Sandra Kay, 310 

Bower, Alice Ann, 122, 274. 300, 437 

Bower, Greta, 593 

Bowers, Bebe Carole, 177, 249 

Bowers, Clyde William, Jr., 402 

Bowers, David Allen. 89. 156, 420 

Bowers, Donald Dodge, 163, 367 

Bowers, Ronald Luther, 157, 165, 342 

Bowers, Rosemary, 330 

Bowk, Leonard, 173 

Bowles, Jean Alyce, 437 

Bowles, Quinton Otto, 116, 397 

Bowman, Beverly Jean, 291 

Bowman, Charles, 67 

Bowman, Charles Trennace, 175 

Bowman, George Arthur, 140, 385 

Bowman, Verne Roger, 3, 86, 126, 147, 

358, 437 
Bowman, Virginia, 287 
Boyar, Robert Martin, 387 
Boyce, David, 588 
Boyd, Barbara Sue, 64, 120, 169, 187. 

317 
Boyd. Edith Margaret, 284 
Boyd, Jane, 187 
Boyd, John Thomas, 69, 363 
Boyd, Susan Lora, 437 
Boye, Lee Alan, 362 
Boyer, Birnie Joann, 120, 137, 144, 

310 
Boyer, Leonard Gabriel, 410 
Boyland, Alise J., 289 
Boyle, John Kenneth, Jr., 384, 437 
Boyle, Richard Edward, 400 
Boyle, Thomas Donald, 173 
Boyles, Carroll, 582 
Boyies. John Kelly, 437 
Boys, Rachel Matlock, 300 
Bozzy, Ernest Paul, 391 
Brackmann, Derald Elmer, 381 
Bradburn. Barbara, 177, 292 
Bradbury, Mary Nancy, 112 
Bradbury, Robert, 576 
Bradel, Ralph, 563, 586, 598 
Bradley, Allen Ryman, 46, 56, 73, 371, 

437 
Bradley, Beth. 135 
Bradley, Dean, 576 
Bradley, Janet Ann, 321 
Bradshaw, Shirley Ann, 47, 51, 60, 97, 

151, 178, 288. 437 
Brady, Don Zachary, 382 
Brady, James Edward, 133, 396 
Brady, James Joseph, 378 
Brady, Jerry, 590 
Braeren, Quentin, 173 
Brahana, Beth Elaine, 288, 437 
Brainin, Libby Beatrice, 136, 304 
Brakensiek, Janet Sue, 90, 121, 144, 285 
Brandenberger, John R., 342 
Brandmeyer, Gerald, 181 
Brandon, Stanley Dean, 136, 345 
Brands, Susan Jane, 328 
Brandt, Barbara Lea, 330, 437 
Brandt, Carol Ann, 59, 292 
Brandt. Dean Richardson, 81, 367 
Brandt, Harry Alfred, 235, 437 
Brandt, Kenneth Arthur, 173, 413 
Brandt, Kenneth Daniel, 415 
Braner, Nadean Louise, 437 
Branigan. Duane, 67 105 
Brantingham, Bruce Frank, 139, 162, 

396 
Brantley. Herbert Lee, Jr.. 160 
Branz, Donald Walter. 413 
Braswell. John Davidson. 140, 150. 345 
Bratrude, Amos, 605 



Bratschun, Robert Carl, 161, 438 
Bratthauar. Robert E., 416 
Brauer, Mark, 576, 593 
Braun, Howard, 35, 221, 235, 239 
Braun, Louis Albert, 383 
Braun, Thomas, 586 
Braverman, Donna Rae, 65, 318 
Brawner, Barbara Adele, 49, 287 
Brayford, Julaine Anne, 177, 328 
Brazis, Eugene Charles, 353 
Brechler, George, 363 
Breckenndge, Robert G., 365 
Breen. Edward. 131 
Breen, Thomas Edward, 350 
Biefeld, Gail Lucille, 330 
Bregman, Robert, 590 
Breidenstein, Burdette, 170 
Breidenthal, David Irvin, 375 
Brei, Wayne, 147 
Breidins, Philip, 190 
Breitweiser, Alvah Paul, 160 
Brejcha, Joan Nancy, 313 
Bremer, Judith Diane, 65, 142, 168, 

329, 438 
Bremer, Lillian, 600 
Bremhorst, Sandra Jean, 308 
Brence. Dolores June, 147, 163, 284, 

438 
Brence, Geraldine, 81, 106, 284 
Brengle, Margaret, 111 
Breniff, Susan Rae, 329 
Brennecke. Kent Parker, 367 
Brenner, Edward, 576 
Brensley, Barbara F., 307 
Bresee, Paula, 110, 111, 305 
Bieslotf, Roberta Lee, 90 
Bretthauer, Roger Keith, 407, 438 
Bretz, Ward William, 368 
Breuer, David Roy, 132, 161, 341, 438 
Brewart, John, 601 
Brewer, Melvin, 215 
Breyfogle, Lawrence G., 219. 221, 385 
Brezavar. Floyd George, 368 
Bridges, Thomas Jarold, 373 
Bridgewater, Frank, 41 
Bridgwater, John C. Ill, 378 
Brienza, Clementine, 313 
Briggs, John William, 407 
Briggs, Robert Wilbur, 167, 438 
Brightbill, Charles, 73 
Brighton. Gerald. 131 
Biillhart. Jerome B., 114, 139, 187, 438 
Briney. Betty Ann, 121, 297, 438 
Briney, Robert, 582 
Brinker, John Anderson, 348 
Brinker, William Scott, 348, 438 
Brissenden, Doris Jeanne, 100, 301 
Britsky. Nicholas, 147 
Britt, Janet Irene, 111 
Brittain, Robert Charles, 181, 396, 438 
Brittan, Maynard M., 395 
Britz, William Edward, Jr., 360 
Brizz, Roy Lewis, 368 
Broaddus, Donald Edwin, 356 
Broaddus, Luella, 111, 115, 129. 398 
Broaddus, Nancy, 146 
Brock, Larry, 417 
Brockman, Edith Louise, 115. 146, 330, 

438 
Brockmeier, Mrs. Gertrude, 310 
Brockriede. Wayne, 71 
Brodbeck, John James, 410, 438 
Broderick, James Louis, 384 
Broderick, Virginia C, 325 
Brodie, Allen, 545 
Brodie, Theodora, 249, 331 
Brodin, Patricia Ann, 313 
Brodkorb, Charles Wayne, 116 
Brodsky, Norman Lowell, 380 
Brody, Alan Joseph, 372 
Brody, Marlene Karol, 49, 134, 307 
Brody, Martin Burt. 387, 438 
Brody. Thomas Arthur, 342 
Broecker, Edward Michael, 438 
Brokemond, George R., 215, 361 
Broman, Janet Marie, 328 
Brons, Martha, 1 14 
Bronson, James Upton, 141, 196, 365. 

438 
Bronson. Robert Bishop. 365 
Brook. Nancy, 579, 602 
Brooks. Donald Wallace, 351, 438 
Bro iks, lames Lawrence, 438 
Brooks, Phyllis Carol, 286 
Brosemer, Ronald. 385 
Brothers. Bruce Myron, 46. 177. 216, 

221, 240. 348. 4 38 
Brothers, Patricia Joan, 63, 285 
Broucek, Robert Lee, 58, 60 
Broughton, Charles Omer, 111. 177 
Brouk, Loretta Ann, 328, 439 
Broward, Paul Raymond, 439 
Browdy, Marshall, 343 
Browery, 406 
Brown, Barbara Jean, 292 
Brown, Betty Jo, 285 
Brown, Carl D., 397 
Brown. Dena Mae, 89, 289 
Brown, Don Robert, 180, 367 
Brown, Donald, 575, 592 
Brown, Douglas Glen, 439 
Brown, Emily, 147 
Brown. Erwin, 575 
Brown, Frank Joseph, 408 



Brown, Gerald Allen, 116, 439 

Brown, Gertrude Emily, 337 

Brown, Grant McKinley, 417 

Biown, Harry James, 147 

Brown, James, 587, 604 

Brown, James Elmen, 605 

Brown, John Thomas, 113, 190 

Brown, John \V., 604 

Bn.wn, Marcia Kathleen, 288. 439 

Brown, Marcus Lafayette, 439 

Brown, Marlene Allison, 305 

Brown, Nancy Jean, 169, 321, 439 

Brown, Norman. 563 

Brown, Paul Dean, 439 

Brown. Paul Lewis, 341 

Bi< wn, Robert Marshall, 347 

Brown, Ruby Lorene, 111 

Brown, Shirley Mae, 316 

Brown, Stewart, 590 

Brown, Teddie Lord, 163, 187 

Brown, Thomas Richard, 137 

Brown, Will Kenneth, Jr., 409 

Brown. William Joseph, 439 

Browne. Robert G., 22, 42 

Browning, Walter S., Jr., 348 

Brownlee, David Allen, 379 

Brownlee, Thomas Harland, 370 

Brownlie, Judith Jean, 328 

Brownlow, Joseph Hugh, 351 

Brozio, Robert Charles, 164 

Brozosky, Martin Maxwell, 376 

Brubaker, James Edward, 371, 439 

Brubaker, Nancy Jane, 111, 313 

Bruce, Robert Lane, 400 

Bruckner, Walter. 176 

Brue. John Antrim, 141, 152, 195, 196, 

379, 439 
Brugh, Larry Don, 173, 417 
Bruhns, Frank Maurice, 160 
Brumleve, Timothy Albert, 173 
Brummel, June Kay, 306 
Brummett, Hubert R., 181 
Brunkow, Dorothy Ann, 76, 106, 298 
Brunkow, Jeanne Marion, 21, 47, 50, 

150, 305, 437 
Brunkow, Joan Ellen, 49, 76, 84, 289 
Brunkow, Judith Anne, 49, 78, 289 
Brunkow, Suzanne Haisch, 49, 84, 144, 

300 
Brunner. Harry Albert, 69, 164, 375 
Bruno, James Salvatore, 66, 67, 120, 

169 
Brunson, Robert Earl, 113, 140, 359 
Brusati, Marilyn Jeanne, 336 
Brush, Robert Michael, 100, 140, 149, 

340 
Bruzas, Theodore Eugene, 158, 411 
Bruzelius, Carol Ann, 290 
Bryan, Leslie A., 23 
Bryant, James Wayne, 411 
Bryant, Lynn Grace, 47, 64, 73, 315, 

439 
Bryant. Richard Lee, 401 
Bryant, Robert, 575, 592 
Bryant, Tracy, 576 

Bryant, William Corliss, 112, 415. 439 
Bryden, John Martin, Jr., 128, 355, 439 
Brvson. Jo Ann. 92, 288 
Bubar, Marlene, 129, 330 
Bubart, Patricia, 315 
Bubon, John Joseph, 439 
Buchanan, Bobette Ann, 192 
Buchanan, Donald Eugene, 67 
Buchheit. Sue Carolyn, 59, 89, 305 
Buciak, Elaine Claudia, 321 
Buck, Evan, 111 
Buck. Harvey, 584 
Buckles, Bob Orland, 385, 439 
Buckles, Mary Elaine, 284 
Buckley, Sandra Jane, 129, 192, 329 
Buckner, James, 576 
Budd, James Conrad, 362 
Buddenbaum, James Albert, 342 
Budelsky, Carl Albert, 371 
Budil, Richard Anthony, 215, 379 
Bueche, James, 182 
Buehler, John Joseph, 164, 405, 439 
Buel. Kenneth Allan, 145, 353 
Buerklund, Carl Ludwig, 180. 440 
Buesinger, Richard Lee, 341 
Bugajski, Frank Herman, 398 
Bugan, Kenneth, 368 
Bugbee, lames Taylor, Jr., 440 
Bugg. John Richard, 172, 410 
Buhring, Arthur, 578 
Buhrmester, Gene Robert, 412 
Buist, Gene Raymond, 150, 362 
Bulawa, Richard John, 403 
Bulinski, Raymond James, 440 
Bull, William, 398 
Bulwa, Sheldon. 605 
Bumba, Edward Francis, 422 
Bumpus, Frederick Earl. 157 
Bundy. Eivin Caleb. 168 
Bundy, Janet Kjestene, 114 
Bunn, Charlotte Frances, 293, 440 
Bunn, Jenell Eunice. 295 
Bunning. Verlene Ella. 186, 326 
Bunte. Betty Ann, 188, 330 
Bunte, William Franklin, 349 
Bunting, Ralph H., 415 
Burdett, James Richard, 116, 172, 440 
Bures, Agnes, 129, 316 



614 



IT MAKES SMALL DIFFERENCE 



WHAT MY 



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Perhaps I sing ... or paint ... or write . . . 
Or free from stone an image I alone 
Perceived before. 

Or then, perhaps, 

Mine is another gift . . . 

The gift to teach ... to build ... or to extract 

From earth and air and sun and sea 

New knowledge, power, or wealth. 

But, as I say, 

It makes small difference 

What my talent is . . . however grand 

Or humble its estate. 

Let me but have, as well, 
Its rare companion gift 
Of wisdom. 



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Let me be but wise enough 

To nurture talent with my toil, 

And moisten it with sweat ... to swell 

Its growth with diligence, 

And wear its bloom with grace. 

Then only will my song 

Stir echo in Man's heart, and my painting 

Find reflection in his eyes . . . 

Then only will my written word find permanence, 

And my sculpture honored place. 

Finally . . . 

Let me be but wise enough 

To know my talent's Source, 

And let me then — in gratitude — 

Give all to it . . . 

But more important still — however grand 

Or humble its estate — 

Give it to All! 



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JOHN DEERE • Moline, Illinois 



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615 



Burg. James Harvey. 1-43. 155. 196, 

348. 440 
Burger. Ambrose. 157 
Burger, Glen Otto, Jr., 167, 440 
Burger, William Ernest, 405, 440 
Burgess, Bruce Boyd, 348 
Burgess, Bruce Everett, 132, 152, 440 
Burgess, Isabel Vivian, 302 
Burgess, Jane Elizabeth, 110, 111, 297 
Burgess, Ronald George, 171 
Burghardt, Fred Conrad, 138, 341 
Burhop, Susan Louise, 111, 169, 309 
Burimaukas, Stephen John, 161, 440 
Burk, James Ellsworth, Jr., 156 
Burk, Jo Ann, 579 
Burke, James Thomas, 140 
Burke, Ronald Arthur, 440 
Burkhardt, Fred, 575, 592 
Burla, Joseph Francis, 419 
Burmester, Lois Ann, 334 
Burnam, Jerry Dee, 162 
Burner, Mrs. Jarvis, 337 
Burnett, Anne, 330 
Burnett, Bernard Bullard, 116, 422 
Burnett, Jane, 302 
Burnham, Martin Alan, 165 
Burns, Bob Thomas, 145 
Burns, Daryl, 605 
Burns, Irene Gertrude, 440 
Burns, Robert Francis, 555 
Burns. Thomas Andrew, 184, 400 
Burnstein, Judith Ann, 330 
Burnstine, Bernard L., 440 
Burnsworth, Charles, 396 
Burr, Barbara Marie. 302 
Burr. Robert Ray, 341 
Burrell, Elizabeth Anne, 187, 330, 440 
Burritt, Richard William, 157 
Burrus, Carolyn Sue. 160. 32 3 
Burrus. Charles Enos, 167 
Bursell, Richard Gerald, 391 
Burton, June Corinne, 285 
Busby, Barbara Ann, 335 
Busch, Francis Terrence, 158 
Buser, Don Henry, 374, 400 
Busey Hall, 312, 313 
Bush, Earl Daniel, 382 
Bush, John William, 390 
Bush, Kenneth Hill, 340 
Bush, Mary Louise, 298 
Bushnell, Malcolm West, 369 
Busse, Jon Henry. 382 
Bussjager, John Erasemus, 353 
Bustamante, R. Francisco, 394 
Butkus, Robert Alex, 115 
Butler, Charles. 213. 215, 240 
Butler, James Edward, 440 
Butler, Kathleen Dawn, 297 
Butler, Nancy Anita, 293 
Butler, Patricia Eleanor, 49, 82, 147, 

302 
Butler. Rose, 331 
Butler, Robert Maclin, 359 
Butler, Terry Ruth, 144, 162, 297 
Butler, William Edward, 181 
Butner, Mary Elizabeth, 82, 284 
Butterfield, Marian E., 187, 292 
Butterfield. William H., 26 
Butters, Charles Edward. 391 
Buttitta. Donald. 578. 586 
Buzdygan, Danuta, 577, 603 
Byer, Judith Lee, 129, 189. 318 
Byerly, Charles Edwin, 167 
Byerly, Kenneth Lloyd, 113, 396 
Byers, Lois Anne, 336 
Byers, Robert Gorin, 367 
Byers, Ruth Arlene, 337 
Byrne, Louis, 555 
Byrne, Patricia Anne, 301 
Byron, Marjorie Jean, 336. 440 
Byrum, Richard Warren, 382 



Caba, Edward Raymond, 141, 148, 440 

Cabala, John, 587 

Cabanban, Orlando Rivera, 246 

Cade, David John, 59, 70, 173, 367 

Cady, Allan Bartlett, 69, 396 

Cagle, lackson, 555, 596 

Cagle Hall, 400 

Carazza, Theodore Martin, 221, 363 

Cain, Charles William, 406 

Cain, Lyle, 352 

Cain, Raymond Frederick, 370 

Cajet, Arnold Norbert, 133, 236, 240 

Calder, Diane Darlene, 168. 312, 440 

Caldwell, Dorothy Gayle, 325 

Caldwell, Ruth Sarah, 65, 335, 441 

Calhoun Hall, 406 

Calisoff, Naomi Ruth. 294 

Callahan, Gilbert, 585 

Callahan, Ray, 575 

Calle, Oscar, 157 

Calloway, James, 576, 591 

Calkins, Bruce, 408 

Calvert, Barbara Ann, 147, 292, 441 

Calvert, Janice, 111 

Calvert, Robert, Jr., 21. 25 

Calvin. Donald Lee. 175 

Camburn, Tom Arthur, 379 

Camden, Marolyn Lorraine, 441 



Cameron, George Alan, 348 
Cameron, Stella, 72 
Cammack, Emerson, 164, 172 
Campbell, David McLea, 181, 379 
Campbell, Donald Bruce, 441 
Campbell, Gael Mary, 313, 441 
Campbell, James Edwin, 404 
Campbell, John Arthur, 139, 181, 405, 

441 
Campbell, Kenneth Ray, 441 
Campbell, Malcolm H., 143, 423, 441 
Campbell, Mary Catherine, 47, 65, 151, 

321, 441 
Campbell, William Frank, 130, 158, 

166, 167, 441 
Campeggio, Shirley Anne, 309 
Campo, Michael Jasper, 413 
Campus Chest, 82, 83 
Canneld, Eugene David, 441 
Cange, John Leroy, 164, 413, 441 
Cann, Carol Ann, 333 
Cannella, Joseph Leonard, 67, 405, 441 
Cannon, Barbara Love, 330 
Cannon, Joseph, 597 
Cannon, Thomas Kimball, 396 
Cant, Wilbur, 582 
Canterbury. Lillie E.. 157, 321, 441 
Canterbury Club, 187 
Cantor, Carol Nan, 315 
Cantrall, Edward, 398 
Cantrell, Gwendolyn Eva, 151, 190 
Capek, Otto Victor, Jr., 421 
Capek, Raymond George, 159, 421 
Capek, Richard Charles, 164 
Capel, James Lewis. Jr., 358 
Caplan, Gordon Martin, 387 
Cappa, Sallie Joan, 305 
Cappellin, Thomas Eugene, 384 
Capponi, Silvio, Jr., 157, 422, 441 
Cappozzo, Jack, Jr., 441 
Cappuzzello, Joseph John, 356 
Capron. Banfield Ralls, 370 
Carbonneau, Marvin, 168 
Cardew, Earl R., 542 
Cardwell, Nancy Gail, 179, 289 
Carey, Edwin, 587 
Carey, Joseph, 582 
Carey, Martha Georgene, 65, 332 
Carey, Robert, 133, 236, 240 
Cargill. Jerry Ward, 412 
Carlberg, Doris Marie, 330 
Carlisle, Robert Reese, 348 
Carls, Eleanor Joan, 330 
Carlson, Arthur, 113 
Carlson, Bruce Irving, 441 
Carlson, Carolyn M., 168 
Carlson, Cynthia Evelyn, 172, 309 
Carlson, Donald, 575 
Carlson, Donald Stewart, 160 
Carlson, Earl Alfred II, 377, 44l 
Carlson, Earl Lee, 176 
Carlson, Gerry Arthur, 367 
Carlson, Jack William, 48, 88, 350 
Carlson, loanne. 567, 600 
Carlson, Kay Joan, 151, 324, 442 
Carlson, Margaret Judith, 179, 298 
Carlson, Nancy. 146 
Carlson. Richard Earl. 371 
Carlson. Richard Keith, 348, 442 
Carlson, Robert Eugene, 149, 368 
Carlson, Robert Gideon, 412 
Carlson, Roderick Loyle, 362 
Carlson, Ronald Raymond, 193 
Carlson. Suzanne Jane, 173, 293, 441 
Carlson, Vivian Eleanor, 111, 331 
Carlson, Kenneth, 195 
Carmean, Carol Jean, 65, 323. 442 
Carmean. Stephen Lewis, 95 
Carmichael, Herbert W., 170, 344 
Carmichael, Raymond M., 89, 150. 167, 

344 
Carmichael. William, 555 
Carnahan. Lee Ann. 288 
Carney, Howard Sol, 395 
Caro, William, 590 
Caroline, J. C, 46 
Carpenter, Alice Faye. 331 
Carpenter, Ben, 587, 605 
Carpenter, Miriam Jeanne, 179, 298 
Carpenter, Paul 589, 597 
Carpenter, Phyllis Fay, 111. 189, 329 
Carpenter, Robert Lee, 160. 180, 442 
Carper, James Gordon, 165 
Carper, William, 555, 582 
Carr, James Gronau, 150, 353 
Carr, Kenneth Ronald, 181 
Carr, Richard B.. Jr.. 403 
Carr, Howard, 381 
Carras, Nathan Angelo, 346, 442 
Carroll, Patricia M., 59, 291 
Carsello, Robert L.. 442 
Carson, Howard Neil, 139, 442 
Carson, John Mackay, 170, 360, 442 
Carson, Nancy Broaddus, 442 
Carter, Allen Burton, 366, 442 
Carter, Carl, 111 
Carter, Dorothy Anne, 309 
Carter, Frank, 555. 582 
Carter, Helen Louise, 442 
Carter, Jerallyn Marie, 284 
Carter, Mary Dell, 186, 326 
Carter, Morris, 105 
Carter, Naman Ray. 160. 173, 409 
Carter, Wendell, 573, 587 



Cartwright, Glen Phillip, 112, 384 

Caruso. Jerome Carmel, 368 

Cary, Donna Sue, 306 

Caseley, Donald J., 543 

Casey, Larry Lee, 416 

Casey, Marianne Carolyn, 301 

Casey, Richard Paul, 363 

Cashen, Lawrence Jerome, 356 

Cashman, Gerald James, 71 

Casita, 332 

Caskey, Margaret K., 49, 88, 168, 192, 

330 
Casper, Charles, 603 
Casperson, Eugene, 550, 592, 601 
Cass, Dolores Brzozowski, 290, 442 
Cassens, Allen Robert, 106, 117, 140, 

350 
Cassens, Henry Byron, 393 
Cassens, Robert Gene, 170, 400 
Castle, Kenneth John, 140 
Castleman, Frank Eugene, 137, 419 
Castrogiovanni, Anthony, 576 
Caswell, Robert Lynn, 413 
Catlin, James, 572, 575, 603 
Catsoules, Emanuel Nick, 173, 442, 

443 
Cattaneo, Joan Marie. 49, 92, 134, 288 
Cavallero, Frank, 588 
Caveny, Charles C, 40 
Cavender, William, 587 
Cavitt, Betty Lee, 292 
Cawley, Martin Louis, 164, 167, 442 
Cayten, Sylvia Vlee. 303, 442 
Cazel, John Merel, 353, 442 
Cazier, James Richard, 67, 408 
Cazier, William Marvin, 408 
Cecrle, Richard, 578 
Cekanauskas, Vytautas, 161 
Celarier, James Leroy, 190 
Cellini, William Frank, 392 
Celusnak, Geraldine M., 313 
Ceo, Joseph, 114 
Cepenas, Ina Dale, 176 
Ceragioli, Donald W., 392 
Cervin, June Elizebeth, 324 
Cessna, Kenneth Edward, 126 
Chaiken, Irwin, 575 
Chalem, Stewart Kane, 140 
Challas, John Peter, 111, 346 
Challenger, Robert, 572, 592 
Chalmers, Antigone K., 313 
Chamberlain, Albert T., 161, 410 
Chamberlain, David E., 415 
Chamberlain, Neal C, 186, 411 
Chamberlin, James George, 164, 442 
Chambers, Robert Lou, 352 
Champion, Douglas Paul, 69, 390 
Chanan, Robert Edward, 387 
Chancellor, Dorine L., 136, 329, 442 
Chandler, George. 415 
Chandler, Gus, 177, 442 
Chandler, Joseph John, 171 
Chandler, Thomas Charles, 382 
Chandler, Thomas Robert, 198, 382 
Chanen, Rita Carol, 121, 286, 442 
Chang, Elaine Yen, 337 
Chang, Jeanette Chen, 111, 337 
Chapin, Joan Elizabeth, 330 
Chapman, Gloria, 318 
Chapman, John Arthur, 186 
Chapman, Henry Llewellyn, 70, 347 
Chapman, Larry, 123 
Chapman, Mary, 186 
Chapman, Thelma Lee, 82, 329 
Chappel, Philip Earl, 381, 443 
Charanian, Ted Robert, Jr., 443 
Charlton, Donald Scott, 352 
Charney, Stanton Mel, 58, 244, 395, 

443 
Charous. Donald, 577, 59} 
Chase, Charles Amos, 413. 414, 443 
Chase, Rebecca Ann, 151. 305 
Chatfield, John William, 443 
Cheatham, Francis Woody, 419 
Checker, Arlene Sandra, 314 
Checkley, William Jordan, 149, 196, 

363 
Chedister, Charles. 555, 591, 596 
Cheerleaders, 242 
Cheeseman, William R., Ill 
Chelberg, Bruce Stanley, 443 
Chen, Ruby Kung Yu, 326 
Chengary, James Daniel, 221, 379 
Chenoweth. Richard Glenn, 69, 122, 

136, 140, 353 
Chervany, Abraham. 590 
Chessen. Janice Anita, 304 
Chestler, Carl Martin, 376 
Chestnut, Marilyn, 169. 297 
Chevrie, Charles F.. 171 
Chevrie. Harold William. 171, 443 
Chez Nous, 407 
Cheze, Mary Victoria, 336 
Chi Epsilon, 131 
Chi Gamma Iota, 132 
Chi Omega, 291 
Chi Phi, 246, 351 
Chi Psi, 352 

Chicago Illini Union, 602 
Chicago Professional Colleges, 542 
Chick, Donald Ray, 443 
Chick. Helen June. 321 
Chien, Robert, 411 



Chilcott, Thomas English, 371. 443 
Childers. Ross Edward, 190, 409 
Childress, Don Edward, 152, 195, 196, 

443 
Childress, Harry Lee, 367 
Chimento, Charles W., 422 
Chin Chi Tong, 443 
Chinese Students Club, 246 
Chiprin, Alfred Sidney, 312 
Chisholm, Lewis Wayne, 356 
Chitty, Jack, 588 
Chmelik, Raymond Richard, 400 
Cho, Albert I. Pao, 411 
Cho, Catherine, 160, 327 
Chocol, Ervin Charles, 133, 351 
Chong, Donald M. K., 169 
Christensen, Fay, 578 
Christensen, James S., 172, 175, 352 
Christensen, Kent Ronald, 362, 443 
Christian, Richard Frank, 393 
Christiansen, Fay, 574, 593 
Christiansen, Janice O., 136 
Christiansen, Norma J., 303 
Christianson, Conrad J., 190 
Christopher, Richard L., 393, 443 
Christy, Hope Helen, 330 
Christy, William Charles, 137, 181, 

400 
Chroman, Rebecca, 318 
Chun, David Tit Sheung, 169, 346, 443 
Chung, Thomas, 550, 592 
Churchill, Virginia P., 52, 58, 61, 64, 

131, 164, 168. 316. 443 
Chylla, Richard William, 405, 444 
Ciacherio, Ginger, 295 
Ciara, Josephine Rose, 142 
Cibul, Herbert Hersh, 111, 414, 444 
Ciccanti, Anthony David, 444 
Cicenas, Zinnia, 563. 593, 597 
Cieslewicz, Norbert W., 117, 417 
Cinnamon, William Davis, 130, 157, 

158, 407, 444 
Cione, Michael, Jr., 417 
Ciotola, Paul Vincent, 142, 416, 444 
Cipolla. Anna Mae F., 329 
Cisek, Herman Walter. 444 
Cisne, Max Gerard, 365 
Claflin, Patricia, 89, 305 
Claiborne, Duain F., 160 
Clampet, Donald Gene. 130, 158 
Clampitt, Ohma Rosemarie, 111, 186 
Clapper, James Milton, 120, 170, 183, 

344, 444 
Clark House, 246, 415 
Clark, Charles Noel, 114 
Clark, David. 381 
Clark, Donald Eugene, 162, 385 
Clark, Gerald Phillip, 353 
Clark, James George, 352 
Clark, Joe Henry, 416 
Clark, Judy Margaret, 302 
Clark, Kenneth. 139 
Clark, Larry Lynn, 399 
Clark, Lisbeth Ann, 329 
Clark, Patiick James, 364 
Clark, Richard Dean, 163, 386 
Clark, Robert Charles, 414 
Clark. Robert Willis, 130, 158, 422, 

444 
Claik, Shirley, 601 
Clark, Virginie Dorsey, 444 
Clarke, Charles. 586, 597 
Clarke, Richard Lewis, 406, 444 
Clarke, Robert Theodore, 401 
Clausen, Harlan William, 177 
Clausen, Karen Kusenda, 444 
Clausen, Orvel William, 444 
Clauson, Donald Bruce, Jr., 199 
Clay, David George, 400 
Clay, Leo Robert, 361 
Clayberg, James Gary, 70, 117, 186, 

348 
Clayton, Ronald Keith, 417 
Claywell. Richard Jack, 116, 403 
Cleary, Edward W., 175 
Cleary. Jerry Patton. 138, 341 
Cleary, John Anthony, Jr., 126, 444 
Cleary. Judith Catherine, 49, 62, 87, 

300 
Cleff. Howard Dennis, 348 
Clegg, Norman, 579 
Clem, Charmian Elizabeth, 64, 142, 444 
Clement, Roland Estel, 384 
Clements, Robert John, 370 
Clements, Thomas Edward. 158 
Cleveland, Edward Craig. 110, 111, 

381 
Clevenger, Paul Wesley. 351, 444 
Clever, Robert Lynn, 67 
Clevs, Arnold, 576 
Clift. Mildred Ann, 328 
Clifton, Caryl Lynn, 325 
Clifton. Kermit Leon, 157. 407, 444 
Cline, John Terry, 347 
Cline, Patricia Marilyn, 337 
Cline. Richard Gordon, 381 
Cloos, Dorothea Rita, 192, 249, 331 
Clopton, Mary Jane, 331 
Clough, Robert Howard, 417 
Clover, Patricia Jean, 330 
Clower, Mrs., 421 
Club Esquire, 407 
Clymer. Mrs., 293 
Coady. Elaine, 110, 111, 291 



616 



Coan, John M.. Jr., 145 

Cobb, James Allen, 114, 403 

Cobin, Martin, 178 

Cochran, Barbara Fae, 323. 444 

Cochran, Howard Eugene, 352 

Cochran, Kenneth Edmund, 408 

Cochran, Robert Smith, 188, 349 

Cochran, Robert Wyman, 173, 356 

Cockerill, Carole Ann, 287, 444 

Cockfield, Douglas W., 365 

Cocking, Kenneth Eugene, 412 

Coert, Joyce Marilyn, 335 

Coeur. James Earnest, 555 

Coffman, Mary Helen, 193. 287 

Coffman, Theodore Jay, 365, 445 

Cogan, Jules Gerrold, 372 

Cohan, Donald Gene, 113, 395 

Cohan, Rachelle, 65 

Cohen, Aaron, 175 

Cohen, Adnenne B., 330, 445 

Cohen, Alfred Lyon, 131, 164 

Cohen, Allen Stuart, 376, 445 

Cohen, Deborah Julie, 304 

Cohen, Frederick Stuart, 387 

Cohen, Gerald, 126 

Cohen, Helen Sandra, 319 

Cohen, Howard Ted, 414 

Cohen, Irwin Jay, 136, 416 

Cohen, Jacquie Joy, 307 

Cohen, Joel Gene, 376 

Cohen, Judith Elaine, 307 

Cohen, Leon, 593 

Cohen, Philip Roger, 416, 445 

Cohen, Rita, 312, 445 

Cohen, Seymour, 578, 584, 598 

Cohen, Thomas, 235 

Cohen, Wallace, 386 

Cohler, Joyce Arlene. 304 

Cohn, Eileen Iris, 318 

Cohn, Gerald, 590 

Cohn, Jay Earl, 395 

Cohn, Jan, 307 

Cohn, Joyce Elaine, 62, 129, 294 

Cohn, Reina Marilyn, 105. 110, 286 

Cohn, Ronald Ira, 126, 343 

Cohn, Rubin. 175, 377 

Cohon, Edward Marvin, 366. 395 

Colbert, Richard Edward. 137 

Cole, Alan Rex, 163, 201, 3^2, 398 

Cole, Bernard, 576 

Cole, David Wayne, 382 

Cole, Ethelann, 302 

Cole, James Samuel, 403 

Cole, Jane, 313 



Cole, Joan, 578 
Cole, Marcia Ann, 177, 313 
Cole, Patricia McKee, 328 
Cole, Sandra Lea, 111, 121, 290, 445 
Coleman, Judith Helen, 303 
Coleman, Robert, 139 
College Hall, 401 
College of Dentistry, 545 
College of Medicine, 548 
College of Pharmacy, 546 
Colletti, Jerome N., 562 
Collins, Gwen Edith, 330 
Collins, Harold Edward. 245. 348 
Collins, Harold James, 117, 394 
Collins, James George, 364 
Collins, Janet Rae, 330 
Collins, John Jay, 172 
Collins, Margaret Ann, 111, 313 
Collins, Nina Grace, 298 
Collins, Patrick W., Ill, 139, 154 
Collins, Richard Burr, 59, 382 
Collins, Thomas, 363 
Collins, William Henry, 199. 597 
Collom, Larry Dean, 130, 445 
Collymore, Marlene E., 179, 316 
Colombo, Adolph, 445 
Colonial Manor. 408 
Colvin, Carole Lou, 179. 288 
Colvin, James C, 26, 27 
Colwell, Carl Lee, 411 
Colwell, Jack Joseph, 90 
Colwell, Robert Douglas, 385 
Combes, Harry, 217, 221, 238, 243 
Combs, Alfred Edmond, 137 
Combs, Carol, 567, 600 
Combs, Lois Marie, 328 
Comer, Beverly, 187 
Comm, Alan Howard, 387 
Commerce Council, 164 
Committee on Student Affairs, 61 
Compratt, Paul Stanley, 402 
Concert and Entertainment Board, 105 
Concert Band, 115 
Condo. George Thomas, 445 
Condon. Robert Lewis. 347 
Cone. Bruce Warren, 163 
Confer, Ross McCauley, 160. 180, 391 
Conference Medal Winners, 243 
Conger, James, 582 
Conhain, Stephen Michael. 366 
Conlon, Patrick Owen, 368 
Conn, Alice, 1 1 1 

Connell, Byron Leroy, Jr., 163, 234, 
240, 390 



Connell, Carolin, 129, 192, 298 

Connell, Patricia F., 321 

Connell, Robert Allen, 70, 395 

Connella, Joseph, 66 

Connelly, Sara Jean, 301 

Conner, George, 577, 587 

Conner, Warren James, 141, 143, 196, 

445 
Connolly, Dorothy Agnes, 320 
Connolly, John Daniel, 149, 354 
Connor, Barbara Jean, 168, 445 
Connor, Joyce Maudonna, 322 
Connors, Donald, 132 
Conover, Joe Irvin, 90, 117, 341 
Conrad, Daniel Edward, 417, 445 
Conrad, James Rogers, 415 
Constertina, James, 579 
Contino, Roberta Lucille, 322 
Conto, Thomas Armando, 348 
Contos, Paul Anthony, 161, 445 
Cook, John Graham, 445 
Cook, Ralph Lawrence. 162 
Cook, Robert Vern. 350 
Cook, William Edward, 70, 371 
Cooley, Mary Carr, 293 
Cooper, Jean Ethel, 191, 600 
Cooper, Joseph Lee, 397, 445 
Cooper, Mary Alice, 323 
Cooper, Robert Allen, Jr., 354 
Cooper, Rosalind, 330 
Cooper, William, 575, 585 
Coordination Committee, 60 
Coots, Jerald Wayne, 180 
Copeland, James Clinton, 368 
Copeland, Robert, 374 
Copilow, Sidney Allan, 395 
Copple. Charles Robert, 368 
Corbett, Donald Alan, 421 
Corder, John Wesley, 375 
Core, Alfred, 597 
Corey, John Arthur, 401 
Cork, Alan Bruce, 359 
Corley, Robert Neil, 175 
Corley, William Gene, 113, 140, 150. 

345 
Cormier. William Oscar, 421 
Corn, Charles Arthur, 343, 445 
Cornelius, Norman F., 445 
Cornell, Jane Frances, 291 
Cornett, Clifford, 402 
Corrado, Val, 550, 592 
Correa, Alejandro, 401 
Corrigan, Charles Edward, 384 
Corrigan, Sarah Ann, 162, 329, 445 



Corsiglia, Robert Joseph, 352 
Corson, Morris Donald, 358, 446 
Cortelyou, Timothy, 110, 364 
Cory, John Ream, 163, 345 
Cosentino, Anthony, 555, 596, 597 
Cosier, Nancy, 320, 446 
Cosmopolitan, 397 
Cossett, William, 202 
Costello, Carole Jean, 300 
Costello, John Joseph, 446 
Costello, Mark Patrick, 358 
Cota, Norella Virginia, 65, 321 
Cote, Roger William, 136 
Cotovsky, Irving, 563, 598 
Cotsonas, Nicholas, 573 
Cotter, Mrs. Alice, 316, 446 
Couer, James, 588 
Coughlin, John, 574, 585 
Courter, Sheila Mary A., 336, 446 
Courtright, John, 588 
Coury, Leonard Michael, 407 
Cousins, Roy Stewart, 115, 164, 341 
Covert, Carylsue, 120, 274, 284 
Covey, Loy Stephen, 128, 138, 446 
Cowan, Donna May, 76, 325, 446 
Cowan, Eleanor Nancy, 168, 318 
Cowan, Lyle, 582 
Coward, George Allen, 401 
Cowart, Richard Lee, 113, 115, 139, 

196, 340, 446 
Cowen, John Roger, 113 
Cox, Charles Harlan, 341 
Cox, David Scott, 94 
Cox, Fred Stacer, 379 
Cox, Jimmy William, 364 
Cox, Kenneth William, 446 
Cox, Mary Sue. 313 
Cox, Randall Stewart, 143, 192, 196 
Cox, Richard Lee, 390 
Coxe, Linda Carol, 129, 285 
Ciabb, James Sturrock, 160 
Craft. Martha Lou, 62, 99. 288 
Crago, Rex Morrell, 115, 154 
Craig, Dora Lee, 311 
Craig, Richard Earle, 417 
Craker, Jewell Diana, 49 
Cramer, James, 576 
Crandall, Coryl Eugene, 145, 446 
Crandall, Earle, 555, 590 
Crane, Adele Joyce, 168, 329 
Crane, David Kelley, 365 
Crane. Frank, 586. 589. 597 
Crang. Frederick Eugene, 370 
Craven. Barbara Loni, 111, 187, 325 






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Crawford, Carter Dennis. 114, 415 

Crawford, James Edward, 111, 416, 446 

Crawford, John Wickham, 70, 365 

Crawford. Robert J., 398 

Creaden, Roger Neil, 378 

Creath, James Russell, 48. 85, 136, 350 

Cremer, Carole Maxine, 330 

Cremer, Charles Francis, 145 

Cremer, Molly Ann, 305 

Crepas, Charles, 570, 584, 598 

Creviston, Mark S., Jr., 113, 340 

Creviston, Warren T., jr., 378 

Crider, Mary Alice, 136, 320 

Crimmins, George, 413. 419 

Crinigan, Kathleen M., 49, 177 

Crispin. Robert Harry, 140 

Crist, Doris Maureen, 65, 141, 169. 
186, 326, 446 

Crittenden, Jay, 587 

Crombie, Howard, 142 

Crooks, Clarence James, 165 

Cropp, Duane Oertlin, 110, 378 

Crosby, Carol Ann, 313 

Cross, John Scholl, 70, 364 

Cross, K. Patricia, 24, 25, 62, 63 

Cross, Larry L., 230, 393, 446 

Cross, Robert, 575 

Cross, Stanley, 575, 585, 601 

Crosse, Richard, 591, 597 

Crossland, Merle, 555. 582, 602 

Crossland. Paul N., 374 

Crothers, Darrell G., 385 

Crouse, James, 573, 591 

Crow, Baibara Jean, 88, 301 

Crowder, William, 131 

Crowe, John Edwin, 446 

Crowe, Priscilla Ann, 327 

Crowe, Richard Earl, 446 

Crown, Charles. 556 

Cruickshank, Nancy Jean, 111, 338 

Crum, Edward Waldren, 137 

Crum, Wendel Brooks, 182, 446 

Crumbaugh, Charlotte Sue, 249. 284 
Crummer. Janet Louise. 162, 322 
Crummy, Patricia E., 87, 306 
Cryer, Henry, 222, 225 
Cubbage. Nancv Elizabeth, 323 
Cudia, Dennis Frank, 446 
Cuevas, Alfonso, 161, 446 
Culhert, John, 168 
Culbertson, Jon Roderick, 230, 358. 

447 
Culbertson, Robert M., Jr., 175, 447 
Cullen, Bernedette, 296 
Cullen, Bernie Jean, 328 
Cullen, Joy Ann, 293 
Cullen, Kenneth Arthur, 69, 89, 370 
Cullen, Patricia, 153 
Cullom, Richard Roy, 175, 414. 447 
Cullum, William Eugene, 401 
Culp, Geraldine, 179 
Culp, Mary Marguerite, 338 
Culton, Jon Willis, 345, 447 
Cultra, Rand, 356 
Cummings, John George, 369 
Cummings, Nancy Alice, 290 
Cummins, Vance Ashley, 373 
Cunat, Ronald Frank, 142 
Cunningham, Adella, 557 
Cunningham, Faye Alene, 190, 334 
Cunningham, Mary Jo, 197. 317 
Cunningham, Thomas Henry, 413 
Cunningham, William E., 400 
Cupery, Willis, 111 
Cupit, Charles, 398 
Cuppy, Sonja Sue, 293 
Curnyn, Arnold, 591 
Currie, Clarence Clifton, 417 
Curry, Charles Fredrick, 390 
Curry, James, 556 
Curry, Mable, 379 
Curry, Wade, 98 
Curtin, Constance, 111 
Curtin, John Cornelius, 157, 170 
Curtis, Adelaide Ann, 330 
Curtis, Barbara Ann, 329 
Curtis, Kenneth, 582 
Curtis, Paul Eugene, 167, 170, 178 

360, 447 
Curylo, Richard A., 357, 447 
Cusimano, Joseph Vincent, 385 
Cuthous, joe, 418 
Cutler, Jack Howi, 415 
Cuttone, Carl Dominic, 3C s 
Cvik, James Edward, 358 
Cwiklinski, Ronald ]., 373 
Cygal, Dorothy, 87, 309 
Cyrier, Donald Lee, 374 
Czerner, Raya, 576 
Czerner, Thomas, 93, 366 



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Dabkert, William, 394 
Dages, Catherine V., 49, 191, 312 
Dahlberg, Ross Andrew, 174, 447 
Dahlenhurg, Lyle Marion, 68, 69. 182, 

196. 365. 447 
Dahltorp, Bruce Lawrence, 3 7 9 
Dahncke, Charles. Jr., 165 
Daily, Eugene. 164 



Daily Mini, 90. 91, 92, 93 

Damko. Edward, 577, 587 

Dairy Production Club. 166 

Dairy Technology Society, 165 

Dal Corobbo, Bruno V., 53, 194, 195, 

196, 402, 447 
Dalbey. Mary Elizabeth. 111. 316 
Dale. Carl Ronald, 399, 447 
Daley, Mrs. 284 
Dalla, Franklin C, 543, 594 
Daly, Geiard, 575 
Daly, James Ferdinand, 164, 167 
Daly, Kathryn Mary, 89, 306 
Daly, Robert Francis, 132, 152, 447 
Daly, William, 550, 592 
Damato, Teresa Jeanne, 321 
D'Ambrosio, Charles A., 357 
Dammann, James Edward, 237, 447 
Dammann, Robert, 240 
Damon, Daniel Alden, 407 
Damron, Joyce Caroline, 301 
Dandurand, James Louis, 128, 143, 

196, 356, 447 
Danes, Joseph Emmo, Jr., 141, 181, 

196, 447 
Dangerfield, Royden, 22 
Dangles, Geraldine Ann, 142 
Dangwillo, Marilynn Ann, 308 
Daniel, Mrs., 324 
Daniels, Arthur Ivan, Jr., 87, 371 
Daniels, Joel Frederick, 359 
Daniels, John Francis, 382 
Daniels, John William, 171, 447 
Daniels, Richards, 190, 358 
Dankert, William Leroy. 394, 447 
Danley. Elaine Ann, 289 
Dannehl, Wayne Edward, 399 
Dannells, Richard Arthur, 192, 402 
Dannen, Avrum Hirsch, 372 
Dannenberg, Robert James, 415 
Danosky, Anthony Joseph, 385 
Darby, Delores Anne, 325 
Darkazanli, Mohamad A., 148 
Darlington, William M., 171, 447 
Darnall, Millard K., 94, 162, 355, 447 
Darnell. Dale Keith, 67, 407 
Darst, Mary Alice, 186, 329 
Darwish, Louis. 550, 592 
Das Haus, 408 
Das, Jajneswar, 174 
Dasaio, John Joseph, 140 
Dattilo, Janice Marie, 144, 287 
Dau, Corinne Doris, 81, 295 
Daugaard, Allen Thomsen, 371 
Dauksavage, Arnold J., 347 
Daus, Marion Elinor, 190, 313, 448 
Davenport, William C, 70, 385 
David, Irwin Theodore, 3.37, 415 
David, Joyce Elaine, 288 
Davidson, Celia Ann, 111, 249 
Davidson, Ellen Adrea, 313 
Davidson, Harold Carl, jr.. 181, 419 
Davidson, Hazel Maxine, 335 
Davidson, Jean, 579, 593 
Davidson, Karl Michael, 136, 448 
Davidson, Marie Lucille, 335, 448 
Davidson, Richard S., 414 
Davidson, Rosalind. 114 
Davies, Clair Lee, 117 
Davies, Richard Talbott, 181, 234, 448 
Davis, Catherine Ann, 121, 331 
Davis, Charles Peyton, 396 
Davis, Donald Andrew, 343 

Davis, Edith Fern, 327 

Davis. Elaine. 142, 330, 448 

Davis, Ellen jane. 448 

Davis, George William, 353 

Davis, Groomer Bert, 171, 448 

Davis, Harvey Samuel, 111, 115, 117, 
192 

Davis, James Franklin, 183, 199, 390 

Davis, James Lee, 347 

Davis, lames, 572, 574. 58-4 

Davis. James Richard. 137 

Davis, jane Ellen, 312 

Davis, loan Alyne, 325 

Davis, John Bradley, 448 

Davis, Joseph, 590 

Davis, Kathryn, 329 

Davis, Leslie Mae, 288 

Davis, Louis Scott, 172 

Davis, Marian Lee, 193, 327 

Davis, Marilyn Yetta, 313 

Davis, Mary Louise, 111, 190, 332, 
448 

Davis, Patricia Mary, 322, 448 

Davis, Paul Aubrey. 401 

Davis, Paul Henric, 94, 448 

Davis. Paul. 361 

Davis, Philip Cavin, 116, 422 

Davis, Rhea Isobel, 316 

Davis, Robert Eugene, 171 

Davis, Rochelle Jeanne, 215, 285 

Davis, Sharon Louise, 284 

Davis, Thomas Gregory, 393 

Davis, Mrs. Vivian. 294 

Davis. William Kase, 70. 346 

Davis, William Leslie, 408 

Davison. Jack Temple, 162 

Davison. Martha Frances, 179, 302 

Djviv n. Norman Hubert. 448 

Davy, C.ipt. James, 163 

Dawkins, Marilyn Spitzer, 448 



Dawson, Ann Catherine, 111, 326 

Dawson, Harriett Eileen. 63, 331, 448 

Dawson, Judith, 305 

Dawson, Leroy Lendon, Jr., 123. 199, 
370, 448 

Day, Edwin Louis, 186, 360, 411 

Day, James Kenneth, 187 

Day, James Olin, 167, 448 

Day, Joyce Mary, 180, 321 

Day, Judith Ann, 292 

Day, Marilyn Joan, 315 

Day, Michael Alan, 342 

Day, Patricia Anne, 311 

Day, Rachel Lucia, 321 

Day, Richard Albert, 141, 167, 182, 
383, 448 

Day. Susan. 187 

Daymont, Dixie Carol, 329 

Dcamp, Charles Barton, 115, 449 

Dcamp. Joyce, 1 15 

Dean, Donald Duane, 116 

Dean. James William, 181 

Deans, The, 24, 25 

Deardorff, Dwight, 589, 597 

Dearduff, Joan Jean, 112, 331 

Deatherage, Leslie E., 145. 448 

DeBiasio, Norma Julie, 334 

Deboer, Fredrik, 140 

DeBofsky, Harvey, 577, 590 

Debois, Elon, 596 

DeBolt, Don Eugene, 163. 170, 202, 
344, 449 

DeBolt. Sandra Lynn, 321 

De Camp, Richard Edwin, 340, 448 

Decker. Ruth Merle, 319 

Deckert, William Charles. 69. 349 

DeCook, Wilfred Albert, 370 

DeDoncker, David, 175 

Deeg, Diane Marian, 117, 188, 334 

Deem, Robert Neal, 138, 383 

Deener, Milbert Charles, 408 

Dees. Margaret, 135 

Detini, Virginia Ann, 168, 316 

De Fries, John Clarence, 113, 166, 407, 
449 

Degener, Richard Lyddan, 69, 138, 
140, 167, 351 

Degaetano, Frank, 160, 576 

DeGraff, Mary Erwin, 297 

Dehner. Eugene, 586 

Dejarld. Richard, 550, 572, 585 

De la Cuesta, Herman, 386 

De la Cuesta, Ivan, 386 

DeLance. Robert Edward, 131, 406 

Delapaz, Moses Richard, 397 

Delhey. Richard Walter. 165 

Delilah, Ronald, 161 

Delly, John Gustav, 414 

Delmastro, Philip Victor, 164, 449 

DeLong, Charles, 131 

Del.ong, Edward Ewing. 215 

DeLong, George Edward, 353. 358, 449 

Delta Chi. 353 

Delta Delta Delta, 292 

Delta Gamma, 293 

Delta Kappa Epsilon, 354 

Delta Kappa Sigma, 584 

Delta Phi, 355 

Delta Phi Epsilon, 294 

Delta Sigma Delta, 585, 605 

Delta Sigma Epsilon, 295 

Delta Sigma Omicron, 165 

Delta Sigma Phi, 356 

Delta Sigma Pi. 357 

Delta Sigma Xi, 396 

Delta Tau Delta. 246, 358 

Delta Upsilon, 359 

Delta Zeta, 299 

DeMar, Bruce Shale, 449 

DeMartelaere, David L., 355 

DeMichael, Mary Agnes, 336 

Demko, Donald, 401 

Demovsky, Ronald, 590 

Dempsey, Ellen, 111 

Dempsey, Myron Albert, 170 

Dempsey, Ronald Eugene, 358 

Demski, Donald Richard, 138, 403. 449 

Denberg. Kenneth Harold, 34.3. 449 

Denby, Delbert Alford, 113, 170, 344 

Denby. Donald Dale, 120, 130, 157. 

163. 170. 202, 344, 449 
Denhart, William Lewis, 154, 340 
Dennen, Babette Sue, 121, 294. 600 
Dennen, Marvin Lester, 377, 449 
Dennis, Charles Henry. 137 
Dennis, John David, 369, 449 
Dennis, Marvin Duane, 374 
Denny, Charles John, 418 
Denovellis, David Louis, 406 
Dental Christian Medical Society, 601 
Dentistry Freshmen. 576 
Dentistry Juniors, 575 
Dentistry Sophomores, 575 
DePesa, Arlene Stacy, 116, 309 
Depew, George Melbourne. 408 
Depinto, Vito Michael, 400 
DeProntine. Phil R., 145, 38i 
Derby, Kenneth Wolcott, 378 
Dercoli, Giacinto Carl, 393 
Deremiah, James Rodney, 358 
Deroule, John Edward, 116 
Derwent, Charles Thomas, 422 
Deschner, Michael C, 379 



DesEnfants, Robert E., 205, 209, 213, 

215, 369 
Desenis, Judith Ailene, 116, 153, 238, 

388 
Deskins, Julia, 114 
Desimone, Daniel Van, 132, 152, 161, 

449 
DeSmet, Thomas Lee, 364 
Desmond, Nancy, 131 
Desser, Sid, 237 

Detloff, Donald Victor, 180. 449 
Detmer, Robert Wilbur, 347 
Detwiler, Charles Calvin. 69, 392 
Deuel, Peter MacArthur, 48, 194 
Deuss, Douglas Edmund, 375 
Deutsch, Norman, 366 
Deutsch, Sandra Jean, 65, 329 
Devaisher. Ronald Lee, 412 
Devault, John Lee, 117, 374 
Devero, Joseph William. 449 
Devine, Juliana Anita, 325 
DeVita, Carole Jane, 336 
Devry, Barbara Ida, 305 
DeWald, Ronald, 587 
DeWall. Carole Rae, 328 
Dewey. Melvin George, 382 
DeWolff, Carlton Edward, 160 
Dews, Elaine Mary, 334 
Dexter, Sharon Jean, 305 
DeYoung, Edwin. 398 
Dhariwal, Anand, 174 
Diao, Patsy, 330 

Dice, Donna Joanne, 151, 289, 449 
Dice, Mrs. Merris, 186 
Dice, Rev. Merris, 186 
Dick. Richard Nelson, 365 
Dickason, Donald E., 21 
Dickens, Priscilla, 111 
Dickens, Willis, 574. 587, 599, 604 
Dickenson, John. 582 
Dickey, Fuhrer D., 110, 113, 348 
Dickey. Robert. 131. 147 
Dickey, Vernon Francis, 411 
Dicks, Darrell Thomas, 367 
Dickson, Edward Niel, 171 
Dickson, Priscilla Sue, 324 
Diduch, Wallan Barry, 391 
Diederich, Jack Leroy, 367 
Diedrick, Milton Lester, 150, 375 
Diekman, Darlene Annette, 310 
Diesner, Roy William, 176, 199, 359, 

449 
Dietemann, Charles, 147 
Dieterkh, Richard, 354 
Dietrich, William Dale, 348 
Dietz, Ray Louis, 162 
Dietz, Robert W., 414 
Diewald, Emil, 233 
Dillard, Dale Owen, 415 
Dillavou, Essel, 131 
Diller, Milton Al, 449 
Dillman, Jean G., 300, 311 
Dillman, Joan L.. 300, 311 
Dillon, Charles Francis, 450 
Dillow, Gary Eugene, 408 
Dills, Kenneth Forrest, 172 
Dilts, Daniel Leist, 359 
Dimas, Louis, 550, 585 
Dimucci. Vito Anthony, 161, 405, 450 
Dinnella, Gloria Angela, 285 
Dintelmann, Robert Henry, 157. 223, 

420 
Diono, Joseph George, 386 
DiPasquale. Raymond A., 134, 160 
DiPrima, Carl Domenick, 450 
DiPrima, Kenneth Joseph, 371 
Dirks, Herman, 403 
Dirksen. Thomas, 572, 575, 592, 602 
Dirst, Charles Fletcher, 409 
Discher, David, 582 
Distelhorst, Irving E., 450 
Distinguished Military Students, 196 
Dittmer, Paul Herbert, 368 
Dix, Laville Hughes, 168 
Dixler, Joseph Mvron, 388 
Dixon, Barbara, 249. 302 
Dixon. Charles Eugene, 116, 370 
Dixon, Dolores Elizabeth, 329 
Dixon. Gene Allen, 422. 450 
Dixon. George Grant, Jr., 348 
Dixon, Marion Arthur, Jr., 361 
Dixson, Bonita Rosalynde, 330 
Djerf, John Alfred, 419 
Doak, Georgia Mae, 49, 88, 192. 288 
Doane, Warren, 450 
Dobberman, David Richard, 115, 421 
Dobkin, Rosalyn Lindie, 307 
Dobrin. Marshall L.. 380 
Dobrinski. Donald W., 159 
Dobrovolny, Jerry. 173, 174 
Dockum, John Prentice, 181 
Dodds, Barbara Bethyne, 129. 290 
Dodds. B. L., 30 
Dodge. John Frederick. 188, 349 
Dods, Clyde Joseph, 385 
Doepp, Robert Alan, 113, 409 
Doepp, William Louis, 409 
Doering, Carol Elizabeth, 111 
Doernberg, Louise Fay, 286 
Doerr, Dale, 597 
Doherty, Jean Ann, 329 
Doherty, William, 360 
Dohme. Adlon Carol, 63. 302 
Dolan. Richard, 577, 587 



618 



Dolby, Lloyd Jay, 4-50 

Dolce, Sanders Robert. 171 

Dolejs, Leslie Raymond, 156, 172, 192, 

450 
Dolesh, Carole Jean. 332 
Dolk, Wayne Henry, 167, 450 
Doll Show, 34 

Dollahan, Bruce Edward, 415 
Dolnick, Marshall M., 417 
Doloszycki, Frank C, 165 
Dolowy, Paulette Carolyn, 330 
Dolphins, 133 
Domanus. John Henry, 35^ 
Domke, Karen Marie, 312 
Don, Robert Everett, 372 
Donagher, Janice Louise, 300, 450 
Donahue, John Robert, 368, 450 
Donahue, John William, 199, 392 
Donato, Frank R., 171. 4">0 
Dondanville, Louis, 582 
Doney, Donald Lee, 165 
Donlan, James, 575 
Donner, Clay Allen, 126 
Donohoe, Richard Powell, 134, 3">9. 450 
Donohue, William Thomas, 159 
Donovan, Barbara, 567, 600 
Donovan, David Ross, 408 
Dony, Jerome, 563, 586, 598 
Doolen, Dianne, 84, 144, 298 
Doolen, John Gilbert, 117, 346 
Doolen, Deane, 605 
Doolittle, Mary Louise, 32S 
Doolittle, Wendell R. Ill, 371, 4">0 
Door, Rev. John. 193 
Doran. Sally Anne, 335 
Dorenfest, Sheldon I., 450 
Doretti, Richard, 562, 572, 574, 584. 

598 
Dori, Dolores, 321 
Dorian, Hubert. 575 
Dorsey, Virgil Lawrence, 397 
Dostal, Barbara Jean, 147, 322 
Doton, Ronald, 584 
Doty, James Howard, 421 
Dougherty, Henry, Jr., 174, 393 
Dougherty, Michael Healy, 181, 347, 

450 
Dougherty, Norris, 556, 582, 603 
Dougherty. Phillip. 554, 591. 597 
Douglas, Marilyn Myrtle, 320 
Douglas, Paul James, 450 
Douglass, James Marlin, 114, 115, 374 
Douve, Hoard, 362 
Dow, Charles Robert, 192, 4'>0 
Dowd, Donald Maurer, Jr., 133, 236, 

240, 348 
Dowding, Fielder George, 187, 378 
Dowell. Earl Hugh, 116 
Dowling, Nancy Anne, 49, 62, 87, 308, 

358 
Dowling, Patrick, 358 
Downing, Virginia, 193 
Downs, Mable Jane, 296 
Downs, Robert B., 37 
Dowse, Eunice M., 24, 25 
Doxey, Lois Starr, 325 
Doyle, Betty Anne. 151, 451 
Doyle, Elizabeth Lillian, 298 
Doyle, James Barta, 71 
Doyle, Mary Lou, 328 
Drabik. Robert Frank, 174, 340 
Draegert. Jean Allison, 290 
Dracos, William. 576 
Dragoo, Diane, 334 
Drake, Simone Lee, 337 
Dramis, George Joseph, 138, 155 
Diamm, Eugene Frederick, 113, 168. 

353 
Dreebin, Harold Rubin, 376 
Drener, John, 421 
Drenckhahn, Mary Ellen, 300 
Dresch, George Henry, 451 
Dressel, Phillip F., 69, 365 
Dressier, Orrin David. 371 
Drew, George Bernard, 412 
Drewel, Dean Donald, 186, 413 
Drews, Henrique Arango, 451 
Drews, Jack William, 349 
Dreyer, Eugene C. II, 69. 122, 395 
Drinnon, Barbara Jean, 64, 65, 312 
Drossman, Leslie Jack, 416 
Droste, Robert Louis, 175 
Droy, Joan, 169 
Drucker, Eugene Henry, 4l">, 451 
Drues. Judith Carol, 286 
Drumheller, Carl, 111 
Drummond, Donald Jay, 367 
Drury, Samuel Floyd, Jr., 181 
Drury. William Luther, 149, 363 
Drysch, Allen, 576 
Drysdale, Elizabeth, 111 
Dubas, Donald Paul, 370, 451 
Dubauskas, Stanley, 176, 451 
Dubes, Richard Charles, 451 
Dubinsky, Jay Fred, 372 
Dubose, James Henry. 137 
Dubre, Oliver Frederick. 11"). 139 
Ducey, Fred Bartholomew, 173 
Duchateau, Andre Paul, 402 
Dudas, Daniel Levon, 57, 145, 175. 199. 

228, 229, 240, 451 
Dudkiewicz, Richard F.. 175. 105. 451 
Dudley. Theodore, 398 



Dueland, Mary Elizabeth. 110. Ill, 190, 

313 
Duff, Roden, 589 
Duffey. Paul, 582 
Dulfy. John, 575 
Duffy, Roger Emmett, 147, 181, 196, 

359, 451 
Dufour. Nancy Lee. 88, 134, 173, 325 
Duitsman, Janet Nell, 111, 330 
Duitsman, Roger Lyle, 156, 173 
Duker, Joleen, 179, 285 
Dumay, Ronald Malcolm, 421 
Dumont, Carolyn, 309 
Dunaway, Lauren Edwin, 165, 420 
Dunbar, Harry, 361, 414 
Duncan, Rev. Edward, 191, 405 
Duncan, Richard William, 451 
Duncanson, Linda Jean, 153, 177, 179, 

289 
Duncombe. Sara Lynn, 177, 300 
Dunham, Carolyn Marie, 190, 327, 451 
Dunn, Janice Barbara, 329 
Dunn, Laurance Gerard, 183 
Dunn, Marilyn Alma, 142 
Dunn, Norman Joel, 136, 147. 372, 451 
Dunn, Particia Ann, 177 
Dunn. Virginia. 567. 600 
Dunne, William James, 367 
Dunnivant, Carol Jean, 63, 288, 451 
Dunniway, David Allen. 128, 347, 451 
Dunworth, Robert Emmet, 384 
Durana, Hernando, 162, 362, 419 
Durbin, Henry Clay, Jr., 67 
Durchslag, Mark Burton, 395 
Durham, William, 556, 582 
Durkee. Betty Walla. 100. 144, 303 
Durland. Richard, 587 
Durr, Eldon Wendell, 117, 374 
Durst, Dawn, 577 
Dusch. Elizabeth. 187, 328 
Duskin, Bunny, 129 
Duun. Alf. 451 
Duwell, Dan Allan, 111 
Dvorak, Beatrice, 336 
Dvore, Sanford, 380 
Dybas. Norbert, 586 
Dycus, Jerry Ray, 59, 70, 381 
Dycus, Mary Fay, 111, 330 
Dye, Margaret Frances, 313, 451 
Dyer, Michael, 550. 592 
Dyke, Prof. Lester M., 21 
Dyke, Thompson Alfred, 451 
Dykstra, Gordon, 556 
Dymond, John Ellison, 451 
Dystrup, Norma Louise, 329 
Dziacko, Stanley. Jr., 421 



E 

Eadie, George, 176 

Eadie, Hugh, 578, 605 

Eagleton, Clifford Joe, 67 

Eagleton, Dina Lee, 177 

Eakins, Joel Kenneth, 556 

Eaman, Donald James, 356 

Eames, Adrienne, 290, 452 

Eames, Orrin August III. 452 

Earlix. Richard Louis, 181, 416, 452 

Earnst, John Ronald. 407 

Earnst. Rossell Albert, 199. 407, 452 

Easley, Ralph Andrew, Jr., 164 

Easley. Ronald Lester, 143, 152, 194, 

195, 196, 386, 452 
Eastham, Ocal. Jr., 136, 140, 406 
Eastman, Charles Dana, Jr., 202, 389 
Eaton, Hannah Carole, 189. 314 
Eaton, Jane Ellen, 322, 452 
Eaton, Patsymae Helen, 311 
Ebbert, Raymond Allan, 165, 342 
Ebel, Marilyn Elouise. 83. 84, 90, 129, 

291 
Ebeling, Edward, 576 
Eberhardt, Edwin Hans, 147, 4^2 
Eberhardt, Robert, 364 
Eberhardy, Richard L., 133, 392 
Eberhart, Robert Clare, 138. 160, 163 
Eberle. George Reed. 350, 452 
Eberlin, Arnold Stanley, 415 
Ebert, Edward, 61 
Ebinger, Julia Ann, 329 
Eby, Edward Stuart, 158, 452 
Eck, Lois, 579 

Eck, Theodore James, 157, 168 
Eckardt, George David. 375 
Eckel, Alan Frederic, 415 
Eckert, Donald Roger, 163, 202, 352 
Eckert, Jann Adel, 287 
Eckert, Neal Eugene, 170. 360 
Eckert, Raymond Christ. 384 
Eckland. Bruce Kent, 113, 386 
Ecklund. Robert. 591 
Etkmann, D maid Eugene, 164, 1 67, 

403, 4^2 
Eckrote, Kenneth Richard, 3 r2 
Economos, Michael N., 393 
Economy, James, 398 
Eddy, Murl Loys, 183 
Edelman, Marilyn Libby, 313 
Edelstein, Eve, 314, 452 
Edelstein, Jerry Michael, 160 
Edelstein, Capt. Leonard. 1S1 
Edeus, James Alfred, 117 



Edfors, Hubert Carl, 383 

Edgell, George Paul, 59, 70, 350 

Edgren, Sonja Edna Marie, 303 

Edmondson, David C, 164, 411 

Edmundson, Carmen B., 110. 2')0 

Edwards, Donald Eugene, 389 

Edwards, Donna Extle, 292 

Edwards, Elizabeth Ann, 315 

Edwards, George Henry, 161 

Edwards, James Charles, 379 

Edwards, Jessie Murle, 111 

Edwards, Lawrence, 172 

Edwards, Patricia Ann, 62, 284, 452 

Edwards. Paul Richard, 139, 179 

Edwards, Robert, 48, 345 

Edwards, Roberta S., 452 

Edwards, Thomas Lamont, 400 

Edwaids, William Maxham, 117, 364 

Efner, Donna Kay, 177, 312 

Efron, Sue, 294 

Egan, John Vincent, Jr., 368, 452 

Eggenberger, Joan Marie, 117, 330 

Eggerichs, Jim Marlys, 367 

Eggers, Robert Earl, 87, 140, 358 

Eggers, Warren, 576 

Egherman, Harriet Louise, 286 

Eherenman, Philip, 115 

Ehlers, Carl, 237 

Ehlers, Noiman, 413 

Ehlert, Richard Thomas, 363 

Ehlman, Paul Maurice, 202 

Ehmen, Harlan George, 130, 158 

Ehret, Anne, 65, 313 

Ehrlich, Ann Elizabeth, 330 

Ehrlich, Donna Beryl, 318 

Ehrlich, Paul Michael, 418 

Eichelberger, Alosia A., 127, 193, 330 

Eichelberger, Walter E., 161, 452 

Eichstaedt, Carl L., 202, 363 

Eickemeyer, Judith Ann, 82, 284 

Eickmeyer, Irvin August, 157, 162, 167 

Eidman, Vernon Roy, 113, 420 

Eifler, Norman, 575, 585 

Eilbracht, Lee, 229, 239 

Einfalt, Bertwin Elmer, 136 

Eiseman, Ralph Milton, 67, 168, 410 

Eisenbart, Nancy, 579 

Eisenhauer, Eugene Frank, 417 

Eisenstein, Gerald Tad, 343. 452 

Eisenstein, Sandra Anne, 318 

Eisinger, Robert, 551, 583, 602 

Ekblaw, Andrew, 178, 340 

Ekblaw, George, 340 

Ekedahl, Robert Leonard, 202, 382 

Ekevich, Thomas, 381 

Ekin, Richard Lee, 365 

Ekovich, Thomas Martin. 381 

EKT Club, 314 

Elaby, C. Neale, 394 

Eleftheriou, George Bill, 418 
Elfgen, Suzanne, 142 

Elger, Anna Jeanette. 169, 327, 452 

Ehason, Charles Richard, 374 

Eliot, Ray. 238 

Elkins. Keith Edward, 171 

Ellenby. Jay, 590 

Eller, Walter Harrison, 172. 175, 193 
Ellett, John, 363 
Elliot Raymond. 206, 215 
Elliott, Arlene Frances, 285, 453 
Elliott, Bruce Donald. 140. 390 
Elliott, Claude Melvm, 342 
Elliott, Donald, 183 
Elliott. Harold, 556. 582 

Ellis, David, 556, 591 

Ellis, George Robert. 370, 453 

Ellis. Kenneth Wayne, 85, 120, 344, 

453 
Ellis, Richard Edgar, 117, 407 
Ellis, Russell Gordon, 163 
Ellison, Emil, 386 
Ellison, Robert Lucien, 113, 116. 411 
Elmer, James Deelton, 98, 130, 158, 

360, 453 
Elmes, James, 588 
Elmore, Sallee Agnes, 334 
Elsasser, Fred Leroy, 180 
Elsby, C. Neale, 145, 163, 394 
Eisner, Richard, 563. 586, 597, 602 
Elson, Mary Anne. 82, 127. 317 
Elster, Stanley Morton, 366 
Elwell. Donald Jean, 421 
Elwell, Gail Louise, 295 
Elwood, Patrick, 556, 588, 596, 597 
Emerling, Paul Herman, 421 
Emig, Herbert, 597 
Emig, Mary Jo, 308 
Emig, Nancy Sue. 80, 100. 178, 324 
Emmerich. Joe, 587 
Emmons, Francis Asbury, 181, 400 
Emmons, Robert H., 157 
Emmons, Robert William, 58, 80, 130, 

344, 453 
Emrick, Richard Charles, 346 
Emrick, Roy, 190 

Endeiby, Charles Eldred, 148. 370, 453 
Enders, William Stewart, 379 
Endler, Harvey Marshall, 148, 152, 1 6 1 . 

403, 453 
Endo, Tomy, 413, 453 
Engberg, Franklin Roy, 110, 111 
Engberg. Richard Edward, 161, 453 
Engbring, Janet, 567. 600 
Engdahl. Robert Charles. 133 



Enge, Carl William, 168 

Engel, John Edward, 67, 410 

Engel, Ronald Lee, 380 

Engelberg, Morton Roy, 372 

Engelhardt, Leonard O., 453 

Engeling, Elroy Raymond, 130, 155 

Engelking, Dolores Jean, 321 

Engels, Francis Clemon, 418 

Engelthaler, Robert, 562, 574, 589 

Engineering Council, 167 

England, Forrest Roneau, 403 

England, John Robert, 116 

England R dn-v. 555, 596 

Engle. Clifton Greene. 453 

Engle, Richard Mallory, 160, 453 

Engler, Robert, 132 

Engleton. Dina, 337 

English, Barbara Jane, 321 

Engquist, Barry, 578, 586 

Enlow, Carl Junior, 371 

Ennis, Fredrick Mark, 113, 116, 399 

Enrietto, Joseph Francis, 176 

Enright, Catherine P., 80, 87, 144, 162, 

177. 309 
Enright. David Wallace, 389, 453 
Ensor, Phil Stuart, 181 
Ent, Kay Virginia, 87, 111, 285 
Entrekin, Vernon, 187 
Eovaldi, Suzanne C. 134, 309 
Epley, Donald Lee, 453 
Eppard, Sandra Jean, 112. 297 
Eppel. Carol Ann. 112, 287 
Epstein, Annette Temma, 299 
Epstein, Myron Joseph. 366 
Epstein. Shirley, 600, 602 
Erger, Claire Ann, 242, 313, 453 
Ericksen, Carol Jean, 291 
Erickson, Jeanne Mae, 309 
Erickson, Jon Wilcox, 181, 364 
Erickson, Roger Ray, 164, 402 
Erisman, Alva Lewis, 453 
Erkes. Richard Warren, 160, 388 
Ernest, David, 114, 115 
Ernst, Donald, 582 
Ernst, Joan Marie, 330 
Ervin, Clifford. 586 
Ervin, Tom Harold, 347 
Erwin, Samuel Louis, 68, 87, 350 
Esguerra, Jorge, 362, 453 
Esker, Andrew Theodore, 453 
Espinosa, Daniel, 131 
Essenpries, Mrs., 407 
Esses. Elliot, 575, 583 
Essick. Ray, 236 
Esslinger, Carl Walter. 345 
Esslinger. Jon Howard. 137 
Essock. Harriet Mae. 168. 286. 311 
Estell, Theodore William, 181 
Esworthy, Larry David, 410 
Eta Kappa Nu, 132 
Etherton. Ronald Charles, 367 
Etnyre, Roy Abbott, 358 
Eure. John, 368 
Eustice, James Samuel, 175, 396 
Ev, Richard, 582 
Evans, Barbara Jean, 284 
Evans, Charles Clark, 355 
Evans, Donna Ladean, 313 
Evans, Doris Sadie, 112 
Evans, Earl Eugene, 162 
Evans, Earl Frederick, 173 
Evans, Eldon, 582, 599 
Evans, Elizabeth Jean, 287 
Evans Hall, 315. 316 
Evans, Joan Alyce, 249, 284 
Evans, John Reaves, 69. 348 
Evans, Nancy Carol, 284 
Evans, Phyllis Ann, 454 
Evans. Richard Neel, 364 
Evans, Richard Vaughn, 190, 241, 280 
Evans, Robert Barclay, Jr., 363 
Evans, Roblee, 582 
Evans, Roger Harold, 340 
Evans, Roger Shannon, 454 
Evans Scholars, 247. 402 
Evanson, Charles John, 348 
Evanson, Lenard, 576 
Evanson, Peter Case. 117, 348 
Even, Mary Jane, 112, 285 
Everett John Edward. Jr., 208, 215 
Everitt. William L., 31 
Eversole, Mary Jane, 322 
Ewald, Patricia Jean, 315, 454 
Ewan, Richard Colin, 163, 202, 340, 

454 
Ewart, John Perry, 400 
Ewers. Joseph, 25, 67 
Ewing, Carol Jane, 308, 313 
Ewin», Enid Lorene, 47. 135. 192. 323 

454 
Ewing. Jack Everett. 177, 454 
Ewing, Jack Gene, 454 
Ewing. Susanne, 308. 454 
Executive Council of M.R.H., 4 16 
Exline. Gerald Lionel, 350 
Fytcheson. Donald. 556, v>l 
Ezer. Rochelle Frances. 315 
Ezop. James Joseph. 368 



Faber. William Michael. 159 



619 



Facchini, Alberto, 454 

Facko, Robert Irving, 140 

Factor, Lorraine, 333 

Fadden, Neale Raymond, 415 

Fagan, Charles, 591 

Fagan, David Thomas, 412 

Fagel, Allen Joseph, 343 

Fahey, Frederick Richard, 139, 171, 177, 

236, 454 
Fahrenkrog, Paul Walter, 454 
Failon, Keith Albert, 186 
Fairbairn, Barbara Ellen, 333 
Fairbanks, Kenneth, 378 
Fairchild, Lynn Kathleen, 293 
Fairfield, Richard T., 341 
Faivre, Carol Ann, 324 
Fales, Gordon Edward, 159, 198, 199. 

379 
Faletti, Audrey Marie. 168, 329 
Faletti, Duane William. 160, 454 
Falk. Carol May, 315, 328 
Falkenhain, Vernon E., 393 
Falker, James, 587 
Fallen, James Richard. 405 
Falley, Frank Louis, 340 
Falls, Hugh, 556, 587. 597, 604, 605 
Fallstad, Harlan T., 454 
Falstein, Benita Gail, 330 
Fan, Jean Jone Jen, 330 
Fanson, James Louis, 454 
Farber, Herbert O., 19, 20, 26, 67, 182 
Farber, Jerry, 576. 590 
Farkash, Fern Rochelle, 319 
Farm House, 246, 360 
Farnsworth, Nairn B.. 365 
Farnum, Benjamin, 572, 575, 585 
Farrar, Lloyd, 114. 139 
Farrell, Ann Elise. 168, 329 
Farrell, Barbara Kent. 82, 129. 298 
Farrow, John Worthington, 353 
Fairuggia, Joseph A.. 139 
Fasnacht, Margaret C. 90. 310 
Faso, Josephine Marie, 322, 454 
Fasol, Albert Delio, 417 
Faster, Ronald Alfred, 350, 454 
Fatheree, Donald Herman, 454 
Fatta, George Peter, 392 
Faulkner, Robert Lloyd, 143, 363 
Faust, Charles Robert, 400 
Fawcett, James McLeod, Jr., 150, 341 
Fay, Deborah Anne, 49, 63. 121, 179, 

284, 600 
Fechtner, Cornelia T., 454 
Feddersen, John Henry, -12 5 
Feddersen. Julia Ann R.. 331 
Feeney. Thomas, 5S0, ^85 
Feicht, Emil Daniel, Jr., 142 
Feinberg. Mel, 593 
Feinberg, Michael Burton. 415 
Feinblatt, Rhea, 333 
Fcind, Judith Margaret, 306 
Feingold, Muriel, 294 
Feinstein, Geraldine, 189. 215 
Feirich. John Cottrill. 175 
Feit, Barbara Coletta. 455 
Feiwell, Earl. 556, 590 
Fekete. Geraldine B., 142, 328. 455 
Feketi. Joseph, 416 
Felderman. Stanley R., 167, 198, 199, 

244. 385 
Feldman. Geraldine, 319 
Feldman, Jay Myron, 386 
Feldman, Lee Gallup, 4^5 
Feldman, Paul, 563, 584 
Feldman, Robert Eugene, 455 
Feldman, Sandra. 286 
Feldman. Victor Fred. 372 
Fehszak. Robert Stanley. 137, 405, 4^ 
Felsen, Herbert Lehmann, 342 
Feltcn, James Michael, 181, 345 
Fencing, 237 

Fenner, Donald John, 21^ 
Fenner, Gloria Jeanne, 87, 90, 127, 31^ 
Fenske, Marlene Diane. 337 
Fenton, Forest Tice, Jr., 131, 455 
Fenves, Steven Joseph, 131, 164 
Fenzan, Robert Keith, 415 
Ferdman, Alfred. 576 
Ferguson, Charles M., 347 
Ferguson, James Lavada. 65 
Ferguson, James Otto, 113. 361 
Ferguson, Martha Ellyn, 338 
Ferguson, Mercer Ray, 70. 389 
Ferguson, Ronald Lee, 111, 117, 190, 

400 
Ferguson, William. 382 
Ferlicka, Donald Paul, 455 
Fernandez, John Michael, 417 
Fernstein, Larry Howard, 376 
Ferre, Glenn Edward. 455 
Ferris, Donald Lester, 135 
Ferro, William Eugene, 181 
Ferry, Richard Allan, 406 
Ferry, William Raymond, 164 
Fessenden, Ralph. 223 
Fessett, Donald Jerome. 141. 455 
Fettig. Joan Frances, 310, 4ss 
Fewkes, David Arthur, 164, 381 
Fewkes. William Keith. 381 
Fiala, Frank Charles, 362, 455 
Fick, John, 140. 173 
Fickel, Ronald Gene. 70, 340 
Fieber, Virgil Louis, 455 
Field and Furrow, 167 



Field, Janet Amy, 328 

Field, Lucille Dorisann, 312, 455 

Field, Milton David, 377 

Field, Phillip Henry, 402 

Field, Ronald Burton, 387 

Field, Mrs. Sally, 290 

Fields, Richard Warren, 409, 455 

Fields, Roberta Lee, 307 

Fifer, Norma, 74 

Figge, Frederick Henry, 3, 46, 54, 68, 

73, 88, 156, 199, 45s 
Filip, Marlene Ruth, 127, 129, 153 
Filler, Bernard Myron, 96, 150, 241, 

395 
Filson. Theodore Adams, 351 
Fimbel, Joan A.. 328 
Finamore. Richard Joseph, 416 
Finch, Mrs., 84 
Finch, Charles Edward, 347 
Finch, Edwin Boyer, 113. 350 
Finch, John Charles, 113. 350 
Fincham, Albert Neil, 345 
Fincher, Joseph Edward, 370 
Finder, Earl, 72 
Finfrock, Robert William, 175 
Fingleton, James Thomas, 455 
Fink, Charles Melvin, 150, 166, 170, 

344 
Fink, Gilbert Lee, 117, 140 
Fink, John, 173 
Fink. Larry Richard, 67 
Fink, Melvin Ronny. 116 
Finkboner, Wayne Eugene, 171 
Finkel, Robert, 383 
Finkelhor. Carol, 98 
Finkle, Max, 590 
Finley, Don E., 299, 406 
Finley, John Parsons, 112, 117 
Finley, Lloyd Deane, 67 
Finney, Merritt Walker, 455 
Finney. Paul David. 111. 408 
Fiorenza, Frank Anthony, 391 
Fiorito, Peter Anthony, 215 
Firant, Regina Gyte, 173, 176, 313 
Firebaugh, Ronald Wayne, 390 
Firrantello, Joseph Carl, 117 
First Regimental Band, 116 
Fisch. James, 576, 593 
Fischbach, Leonard, 576 
Fischer, Barbara C, 177, 334 
Fischer, David Earl, 416 
Fischer. Don Arthur, 347 
Fischer. Hans Julius, Jr., 160. 181, 4SS 
Fischer, John, 597 
Fischer, Nancy Jean, 92, 30^ 
Fischer, Peter Augustus, 381 
Fischer, Robert Theodore, 117, 367 
Fischer, Roberta Frances, 153, 177, 334 
Fischer, Sally Ann, 305 
Fish, Eileen Sharon, 314, 456 
Fishbein, Harold Dennis, 372 
Fishel, David Leslie, 340 
Fisher, Beverly Ann, 112, 337 
Fisher, Donald, 80 
Fisher, Jerry Len, 395 
Fisher, John Thomas, 156. 456 
Fisher. Lawrence. 388 
Fisher, Marie Lois, 308, 456 
Fisher, Michael, 387 
Fisher. Myron A., 456 
Fisher. Priscilla Jane. 312 
Fisher, Robert Earl, 407 
Fisher, Ronald, 391 
Fisher, Suzanne Grace, 312, 456 
Fishman, Donald, 593 
Fishman, Jerry Alan, 376, 456 
Fishman, Jordan Sidney. 388 
Fishman, Rhoda Lee, 294 
Fishman, Ronald, 593 
Fisk, Ralph Glen, 342, 456 
Fite, Thelma Lee, 313 
Fitts, Jay Terry, 130, 389, 456 
Fitzgerald, Arlene Joan, 129, 325 
Fitzgerald, Barbara C. 117, 326 
Fitzgerald, James, 368 
Fitzgerald, Joseph Casey, 228, 229 
Fitzgerald, Leo, 582 
Fitzgerald, Richard. 186 
Fitzgerald, Roger Miller, 48, 99, 115, 

178, 359 
Fitzhugh, Charles D., Jr., 456 
Fitzpatrick, Francis Mae, 321 
Fitzsimmons, Thomas E., Jr., 158 
Fix, John Neilson, 133 
Fix, William Dale, 456 
Fixmer, John Pierre. 85, 140, 150, 158, 

355 
Fizzell, James Alfred, 168 
Fjelde, Olaf, 346 
Flach. Dale H., 358 
Flacks, Louise, 313 
Flagg House. 416 

Flaherty. William Joseph, 405, 456 
Flanagan, Hugh, 592 
Flamer, Robert, 576 
Flanagan, Hugh Joseph, 550 
Flandorfer, Max Charles. 47 
Flanigan, Philip Roger, 407 
Fleckenstein, John F., 158. 167 
Fleisch, Joan Marie, 89, 311 
Fleischer, Joanne J., 318 
Fleisher, James Faris, 114, 115, 139 
Fleisher, Leon, 107 
Fleisher, Richard S., 366 



Fleishman, Arnold H., 380 

Fleming, James, 589 

Fleming, Robben W., 23 

Flentje, Albert Franklin, 456 

Flesher, James Darrell, 137 

Fletcher, Mrs., 300 

Fletcher. Ralph, 215, 234, 239 

Fletcher, Robert H., 127 

Fletemeyer, Richard G., 133 

Flicker, Arthur, 576 

Fligelman, Helen Myrna, 333 

Fligelman, Marcia Joyce, 333 

Flinn, Robert, 587 

Flis, Thaddeus Francis, 229. 410, 456 

Floden. Carl Robert, 142 

Flora, Patricia Ann, 289 

Flore, Jameson, 585 

Flores, Sol. 599, 601 

Flores, Richard Allen, 55, 240, 242, 350, 

456 
Florey, Richard Roy, 181, 402 
Floriculture Club, 168 
Florini, James, 398 
Florschuetz, Leon Walter, 356 
Floss, George Aulmann, 363 
Flowers, Owen Edward, 172 
Floyd, Phyllis Jean, 65, 169, 315 
Fluegel. Clarence Dale, 158, 410, 456 
Flutcher. Doralie, 305, 456 
Flynn, Charles, 238 
Flynn, Cornelius Allen, 168 
Flynn, Diana Lee. 274, 305 
Flynn, Michael Xavier, 173 
Flyr, Lewis James, 183, 417 
Foeller, Andrew James, 379 
Fojtik, Edward Andrey, 417 
Foley, Jim, 234 
Foley, William, 579, 589 
Follensbee, James A., 116 
Follmer, Juanita Mae, 111, 301, 456 
Folton, Patricia Ann, 285, 456 
Fombelle, Norman Just, 149 
Fong, Suey Yee. 141, 148, 186, 457 
Fooks, Gene David, 457 
Fooks, Karen Lee, 290 
Football, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 

212, 213, 214, 215 
Foote, Richard, 578 
Foote, Walter Richard, 111, 419 
Forbes, Ben, 131 
Forbes, Maxwell M., 130, 157, 158, 

422, 457 
Forbes, Robert Eugene, 168 
Forbish, John Arthur. 110. Ill 
Ford. Eleanor, 63, 90, 121, 151. 304, 

457 
Ford. Gerald Willard, 367 
Ford. John Alden. 457 
Ford. Kenneth Gene, 174 
Ford, Margaret Ann, 63, 121, 306 
Ford, Peter Woodworth, 369 
Ford. Robert Eugene, 147 
Ford. Robert Henry. 186 
Ford, Robert Raymond, 131. 411, 457 
Ford, Thomas Francis, 93, 353 
Fordham, Ernest, 587 
Fordham, Kenneth Howard, 401 
Foreman, Vicki Ann, 318 
Forgy, Barbara Jean, 168. 330 
Forrestal, Lauretta Ann, 65. 334 
Forsberg, Joanne Joy, 308, 457 
Forsyth, Mary Lucinda. 305 
Forsyth, Nancy Joen, 192 
Forsyth, William D., Jr., 106, 133, 

198, 350 
Forsythe, William Joseph, 365 
Fort, Harold Duane, 390 
Fort, Milton, 593 
Fort. Wallace Chalmers, 133 
Fortino, Charles Rodger, 393 
Fortna. Richard Orris, 457 
Fortney, Virginia I... 142, 153, 177, 

457 
Fosha, John Joseph, 138, 164, 352 
Fosler, Gail. 168 
Foss, Ted Harry, 457 
Foster, Dale Wendal. 196, 224, 457 
Foster, Dorothy, 142 
Foster. George Edward, 66, 67, 73. 182 
Foster, James William, 182 
Foster, John Vernon, 115 
Foster, Richard Warren, 394 
Foster, Richard William, 186 
Foster, Robert Jaudon, 353, 457 
Foster, Samuel Frederick, 46 
Foster, Sharon Lee. 328, 600 
Foster, Thomas, 417 
Fotre, Glen Raymond, 117 
Fouchard, Robert Lewis, 163, 364 
Four Columns, 409 
Four H House, 317 
Foushi, Nina. 593. 602 
Foutch, Mark, in 
Fowler, Robert Walton. 406 
Fox, Adrian Samuel, 48, 412 
Fox, Barry Jay, 376 
Fox, Beverly, 567, 600 
Fox, Farl N.. 556 
Fox, Gene Thomas, 117, 350 
Fox, Harold Larry. 48. 92, 374 
Fox, Hugh B., 187 
Fox, lames Phillip, 388 
Fox, Lois Ann, 177, 249, 287 
Fox, Lynn, 291 



Fox, Michael Edward, 388 

Fox, Ronald Barclay, 393 

Fox, Sherwin. 590 

Fox, William Lyle, 367 

Foy. Carolyn Jean, 114, 115, 146, 457 

Frager, Marcia, 179, 335 

Fraley, Vance Levoy, 384, 457 

Fraley, William, 5H2 

Fralick, Sandra Joy, 242, 294 

Frampton. George, 175 

Francis, Charles James, 340 

Fiancis, Gary Darando, 215, 365 

Francis, Isabel Heep, 100, 457 

Francis, James Pitts, 457 

Francis, Ronald Wiggins, 352 

Frank, Gerald Lee, 563, 598 

Frank, Judith Mona, 318 

Frank, Laurence A., Jr., 128, 137, 143, 

183, 195, 196, 390 
Frank, Michael, 590 
Frank. Robert Carl, 391 
Frank, Robert Walter, 170, 420 
Frank. Stanwood, 556, 582 
Frankel, Jerome, 577, 593 
Franklin. Edwin Harley, 457 
Franklin, Monica, 331 
Franklin, Rodney Eugene, 113, 374 
Franklin, Sylvan L., 171 
Franklin, William Henry, 397 
Franks, Kitty Beth, 142, 337 
Frankson, Nancy Ann, 303 
Franz, Lawrence Alven, 131, 156 
Frasier, Rubey Charlene, 457 
Frazier, Janice Ann, 302 
Frazier, Joan Elizabeth, 302 
Frazier, Leotis Kenneth, 361 
Frazier, Ralph, 591 
Frazier, Willie Marie, 330, 458 
Freddy, Carl Nicholas, 371 
Frederick, David E., 187 
Frederick. Mary Louise, 179. 335 
Freeberg, John Graham, 355 
Freed, Barbara Ann, 330 
Freed, Harvey, 590 
Freedkin, Robert, 578, 584 
Freedle, Roy, 588 
Freedman, Marvin, 590, 596 
Freedman, Renee, 330 
Freeland, George W., 187 
Freeman. Barbara Diane, 313 
Freeman, Claire Joyce, 168, 315 
Freeman, Clyde Henry, 137 
Freeman, Lorinda, 600 
Freeman, Norman Richard, 165 
Freeman, Thomas Gene, Jr., 379 
Freidberg, Stanton Lee, 395, 458 
Freilich, Albert, 590 
Fremder, Lois, 304 
French, Jack W.. 551 
French, Laura Margaret, 302 
Frentz, William Charles, 172, 354 
Freres, Robert Charles, 156, 458 
Frerk, John Laurence, 370 
Frerker, Lee Bernard, 69, 368 
Freshman Council, 59 
Fretland, William George, 413 
Frette, Harry Eugene, 351 
Fretzin, David Frederic, 415, 458 
Fretzin, Lawrence Gerald, 377, 415, 458 
Freund, Donald. 202, 375, 458 
Frew, Marilyn Jean, 297 
Frey. Paul, 105 
Frey. Paul Joseph. 458 
Frey, Sydney William, Jr., 138 
Freyder, Carol Hofmann, 142, 458 
Freyder. James Gill, 159, 458 
Frichtl, Sondra Lyn. 295 
Fricker, David Carl, 111 
Fricker, Donald Paul, 111, 241 
Friday, Robert Goucher, 353 
Friduss, Arthur, 551, 583 
Frieburg, Eileen Ina, 142. 298. 458 
Fried, William Dallas, 409 
Friedberg, Stanley, 395 
Friedenberg, Gordon D., 380 
Friedkin, Robert, 598 
Friedl, Nancy Ann, 290 
Friedlander, Jean, 129, 286 
Friedlander, Lawrence A., 387 
Friedlander, Sarah, 314 
Friedman, Albert, 551. 583 
Friedman, Arden Hope, 307 
Friedman. Gerald, 388 
Friedman, Barbara A., 299 
Friedman, Irwin Seymour, 131 
Friedman, James, 372 
Friedman, James J., 393 
Friedman. Jerry Eli. 140 
Friedman, Madeleine Sue, 329 
Friedman, Marilyn D., 333 
Friedman, Paul David. 380 
Friedrich. Edwin Carl, 140, 398 
Friend, Cyril, 576 
Friend. Ronald Lyle, 130, 158 
Friesendorf, Edwin Harry, 140, 150, 394 
Frillman, James Walter, 228, 229, 240 
Friman, Marvin Walter, 372, 458 
Frink, Robert Duane. 364, 458 
Frisk. Robert Donald, 91, 149, 385 
Fritsch. William Charles, 458 
Fritz, Barbara Kay. 305 
Fritz, Kenneth Howard, 373 
Fritz. Stanley Gary, 137 
Frobish, James Elmer, 156 



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Froehlich, Wesley James, 415, 458 

Frombelle, Norman, 389 

Frooman. Robert Jay. 215, 388 

Frostenson, Wilma Ethel. 328, 458 

Froula. Joseph Charles, 130 

Fruin. Anna Effa, 297 

Fruin, Jeremiah Edward, 140, 415 

Frute, Marilyn, 293 

Fry, Paul. 591 

Frye, Charles, 582 

Frymire, William, 576 

Fuchs, Ronald Kurt, 148, 202. 405, 458 

Fue, Harold Charles, 161 

Fuenning, Esther, 74 

Fuesting, Arthur William, 392 

Fuhrken, Nancy Lee, 285 

Fujinaga, Ray Y.. 169, 397. 458 

Fujinaka, Jean Miyoko, 336 

Fukuda. George Shizuo, 169, 458 

Fukuda, Masahiro. 169 

Fukumoto, Ray Shigemasa, 169. 192, 

419, 459 
Fuller, Edwin Bertram, 117, 415 
Fuller. Hai'v. 7} 
Fullerton, Donald. 582 
Fullerton, Monte William, 393 
Fulline, Max, 2" ) 9 
Fulton. Mary Elizabeth, 49 58 64 
Fulton, Russell William, 355, 459 
Fundenberger, Martin, 459 
Funderburg, Russell E., 401 
Fung, Dorothy May. 169, 315, 600 
Fung- Mary, 160, 169, 315, 459 
Funk. D maid. 556 582, 602 
Funk, Roger Lee, 459 
Funkhouser, Ann Martin, 82, 291 
Funkhouser, Terry Dale, 152, 160. 459 
Fuqua, Norman Berent, 401 
Furlong, Ralph Duncan, 160. 398 
Furman, Sanford, 346 
Furnall, Gail, 275 
Furno, Jimmie Frank, 409 
Furry, Robert Ray, 112, 137. 403 
Furukawa, Hiromu, 585 
Furukawa, Lionel, 575 
Fusinati, Robert D., 409 
Fuson, Albert Eugene, 186, 411 
Future Teachers of America, 168 
Futterman, James Lee, 388 



Gabbard, Curtis Sears, 113, 131, 143, 

194, 198, 365 
Gabbard, Thomas Hardy, 365 
Gabbard, William Dudley. 365 
Gabel, Lenaye Suzanne, 293 
Gabler, Arthur Edward, 386, 459 
Gablin, Kenneth Allen, 174, 356 
Gabriel, Betty Jane, 321, 459 
Gadan, Lloyd Duncan, 358 
Gaddis, Phyllis Lorraine, 333 
Gaebe, James Russell, 353 
Gafrigan, Edward Roy, 364 
Gaffney. James Frederick, 186, 411 
Gage. Melva Frances, 32 3 
Gaghen, Shirley Ann, 100, 151, 178, 

291, 459 
Gagliardi, Gene Pio, 368 
Gahan, Lawrence Willard, 350 
Gaines, Leonide Mae, 153, 177, 459 
Galambos, Gerda, 577 
Galam, Lisa Evelyn, 186, 326 
Galante. Mary Ann, 300 
Galbraith, Maurice J., 543 
Gale, Jacquelyn, 325 
Gales, Gordon, 379 
Galinsky, James Allen, 418 
Gall, Donald Alan, 141, 459 
Gallagher, Edward Jerome. 400 
Gallagher, Norma Ann, 291 
Gallagher. Richard H., 347, 459 
Gallati, George Cyril, 133, 140, 350 
Gallaugher, James Rankin, 355 
Galle, Dennis Paul, 115, 341 
Galler, Gerald Herbert. 78, 343, 459 
Galowich, Jerald Sanford, 137, 395 
Galowich, Ronald Howard, 137, 395 
Galstan, Gerald Needham, 393. 4V) 
Galvin, Beverly Mae, 308, 459 
Gambill, Frances May, 315 
Gambill, Pauline Marie, 329 
Gambino, Paul Micheal, 352 
Gamlin, Marilyn Helen, 190. 380 
Gamma Alpha Chi, 134 
Gamma Delta, 188 
Gamma House, 333 
Gamma Phi Beta, 298 
Gammage, Robert Gillis, 175 
Gangala. Robert Francis. 137, 400 
Gangi, Joseph John, 160, 459 
Ganschow, Marilyn Louise, 162, 309, 

459 
Gansz, Carol Jean, 297 
Gantz, Ralph, 406 
Garber, Phyllis Rae, 318 
Garcia, Guillermo S., 406, 459 
Gardew, Emily C 547 
Gardner, James Edward, 407 
Gardner, John Henry, 163 
r, 1r dner, Karl. 58. 61. 166 
Gardner, Philip Edward, 160 



Gardner. Thomas. 230. 231 

Garfinkle, Allan Seymour, 387 

Garghetto, Glen, 576 

Gargoyle, 134 

Garibaldi. Caesar, 574. 578. 602 

Garland, Donald Charles, 355 

Garland, Dorothy H., 298 

Garland, Iris Lillian, 49, 128, 153, 177, 

248, 312 
Garland, Jill Katherine, 307 
Garland. John Kenneth, 85. 236. 355 
Garland. Josephine C 337 
Garland, Leslie, 184, 416 
Garland, Sidney Herman, 460 
Garlich, Jimmy Dale, 157 
Gar-men, 409 
Garner, Stanley, 59' 
Garnholz, Maurice Harold, 395, 460 
Garnholz, William D., 393 
Garretson, Homer, 114 
Garrett, Catherine L., 00. 460 
Garrett. Elizabeth Scott, 173, 301 
Garrett, Michael James, 408 
Garrett. Max, 237, 239 
Garrett, Shirley, 579, 594 
Garrigus, Upson, 237, 2 39 
Garrison, George Henley, 384 
Garrity, John Patrick, 368 
Garrity, Thomas Joseph, 413 
Garverick, Harold George, 407 
Garvey, Bobbie Rita, 136, 328 
Garza, Dean Campbell, 176 
Gaskaite, Vida Julia, 136, 176, 460 
Gaskins, Ann, 305, 460 
Gaskins, Paul Thomas, 110, 419 
Gaskins, Patricia, 332 
Gassman. Gertrude, 49, 77, 284 
Gastel, James Francis, 401 
Gates, Judith Carolyn, 169, 186, 287, 

460 
Gates. Robert Emerson, 131, 407, 460 
Gatrell. Albert Steven, 460 
Gauen, Louis George, 172, 460 
Gauger, Clarke DeardorrT, 363 
Gauger, Thomas Lee, 114, 115 
Gaul, William Martin, 346 
Gayle, James, 350 
Gaylord, Richard Sherman, 460 
Gearien, lames. 586. 519. 597 
Gebben, Phillip Bernard, 363 
Gebhardt. Ronald Paul. 186. 411 
Gebhart, Jennie Willson. 460 
Gedstad, Warren Russell, 113, 115, 139. 

340 
Gedwill, Isabell Helen. 168, 315 
Gedwill, Michael Anthony, 176, 460 
Gee, Gordon Edward, 67, 132, 152, 

161. 409, 460 
Gee, Ralph Kenney, 162, 393 
Geer, Larry Alan. 175, 355 
Geers, Joseph Robert, 410 
Geheber, Philip Lee, 419 
Geiling, Gloria Dian, 335 
Geis, George William, 116 
Geiser, William, 575 
Geisert. Bruce Alan, 394. 460 
Gelber, Naomi Eunice, 330 
Geller. Alvin, 563, 584 
Geller, Laura Ann, 189 
Gellert, George Ronald, 373 
Gelman, Barbara June, 311 
Genovesi, Madeline Marie, 90, 329 
Gensior, Arthur, 575 
George, Kenneth Dean, 173, 403, 460 
George, Mildred Darlene, 49. 82. 287 
Georgi. Donald Kenneth. 400 
Georlett, Clem Arthur. Jr., 358 
Gerace, Frank Kenneth, Jr., 54, 92, 

123. 374. 460 
Gerber, Howard Leslie. 460 
Gerber, Kent Jordan, 366 
Gercas, Robert Thomas, 137. 391 
Gerdes, Marvin Lee, 67, 192, 422 
Gerdes. William F., 367 
Gerhardt, Burton James, 460 
Gerhardt, Virginia Karen, 310 
Gerhold, George Arthur, 117 
Gerig. Roger Larue, 117, 190, 404 
Gerlach, Valerie Kay, 274, 298 
Germain, Lynn Janis, 299 
German. Wayne Edwin, 67 
Gernant, James Lawrence, 461 
Gernant, lo Ann Pritchard, 461 
Gernon, Bernedine Louise, 186, 328 
Gerrard. Allen Saul. 388. 460 
Gerspacher. Paula, 129. 160, 577 
Gerstein, Allen Harvey, 395 
Gerstein, Howard, 575, 583, 605 
Gerstein. Robert Henry. 395 
Gertler. William Phillip, 387 
Gertz, Theodore Gerson, 71, 372 
Geschwind. Richard Dale, 419 
Gesell, John Andrew, 166, 170, 187, 

428 
Getz, Ralph Wayne, 116, 176 
Gfroerer, George Louis, 133, 236, 2 10, 

350 
Gher, Peggv Jean, 100, 129. 291 
Giacherio, Virginia L., 177. 249 
Giannini, Lois Ann, 335 
Giannoni, Sandra Jean, 65, 325 
Giarrusso, Mary J., 313, 461 
G ; bb. John William, 175, 414, 461 
Gibfried, Charles Philip, 137, 150, 356 



Gibson, Edward David, 381 

Gibson, Wintield Scott, 461 

Gidel, Dorothy Edna, 321 

Giebrich, Frederick L.. 415 

Gierke, Sandra Jean, 315 

Giertz, 246 

Giesfking, Darrell L.. 188, 412 

Giffin, Carolyn C, 141, 461 

Giffin, Joe Virgil, 116, 359 

Gift, Jack, 582 

Giger, James Charles, 403 

Gignac, Harold Kenneth, 100, 126 

Gil, Alvaro, 461 

Gilberg, Arnold Larry, 388 

Gilberg, Edward, 551 

Gilbert, Barbara Kay. 292 

Gilbert, Edgar Charles, 380 

Gilbert, Ronald Gene, 163, 370 

Gilbert, Stephen W., 202, 461 

Gilbert, William M., 22 

Gilkison, Donald Charles, 385 

Gill, John Henry, 113, 193 

Gill, John Leslie, 30, 130, 137, 167. 

170, 360, 461 
Gill, John Marshall, 410 
Gillam. Leonard Vern, 131, 461 
Giller, Patricia Jane, 111 
Gillespie, Pamela Diane, 49, 151, 326 
Gillespie, Samuel Mabry, 461 
Gillison, Marilyn L., 322, 461 
Gillman, Wilma Adrienne, 299 
Gillock, Richard Euadore, 461 
Gilman, Judith Cunning, 293, 461 
Gilmore, Margaret Joan, 142, 336 
Gilmore, Wayne, 576 
Gimpel, Joel Everett, 114, 377 
Gin, Bing, 186 

Gingerich, Howard F., 157, 170, 461 
Gingerich, John Charles, 409 
Ginsberg, Merle Ina, 299 
Ginsburg, Arnold Robert, 380 
Ginsburg, Marvin Alan, 24l, 395 
Ginsburg. Samuel, 556, 593 
Ginther, Roseann Sophie, 328 
Girtch, Clarence Marvin, 162, 461 
Gish, Joann Marie, 65, 330 
Gistenson, Roberta, 316 
Givins, Ida Lee, 330, 600 
Gjerde, Gladys Marie, 90, 168, 190, 

334 
Gladish. James Theodore, 190, 347 
Glair, H. F., 26 
Glaser, Robert Joel, 372 
Glasford, James William, 159 
Glass, Carolyn Jean, 286 
Glass, John Franklin, 418 
Glass, Joseph Warren, 345 
Glass, Stanford Lee, 46 
Glasscock, Lovell Stuart, 90 
Glasser, Harvey, 590 
Glasser, Joan, 328 
Glassey, Richard Dean, 117 
Glassman, Alexander, 576, 593 
Glassman, Carole Fern, 304 
Glassman, Marlene June, 189. 286. 461 
Clatter, Thomas Robert, 71. 85, 355, 

462 
Glaub, Gerald Robert. 408 
Gleason. Betty Ann, 336 
Gleason, Howard Allen. 80. 340 
Gleason, Jack Duane, 462 
Gleason, Robert Stanley, 175 
r,lenn. Donna Mae, 100, 144, 178. 291 
Glenn. George Gieser, 145, 202 
Glenn, Tommy Neil, 347 
Glenner, Richard, 576 
Glezen, John Gilman, 348 
Glezen, Paul, 591 
(ilezen. William, 556, 596, 597 
Glick, Carole Sue, 144, 304 
Click, Charles Arnold, 388 
Glick, Kenneth Jay, 175 
Glickman, Lawrie, 605 
Glickman, Miriam, 333 
Glidden, Nancy Elva, 99. 178, 290 
Gliessman, Susan Jane, 292 
Glikman, Anson, 181 
Gliniewicz, Allen S.. 414 
Glink, Ronald Morton, 175 
Glogovsky, Rudolph D., Ill, 402, 462 
Gloppen, Edward Carl, 174, 412, 462 
Glover, Barbara E., 289 
Glovick, Rosemarie, 579 
Glubczynski, Edward Paul, 165 
Gluck, Paul Herbert, 416 
Gluskoter, Harold Jay, 377, 462 
Glyn, Donald Dee. 165 
Gnbbel, Rev. Roger, 190 
Gobbel. Karl, 190 
Gobbel, Mrs. Roger, 190 
Goble. George. 175 
Goddard. Joe Dean. 398 
Godec, Frank Lee. 116 
Godeke. Harriett Nelle, 110, 323 
Godel.iusky, Walter, 550, 572, 585 
Godfrey, Ruth Ellen, 129, 195, 313 
Godfrey, Sheila Ann, 106. 298 
Goding, Charles Arthur, 126, 359, 462 
Godman, Carl Lawrence. 342 
Godman, Verna Mae. 322 
Goebel. Charles Joachim, 140, 175 
Goebel, Frederick Arnold, 188, 349 
Goedhart, Robert Conrad, 415 
Goelzer, Norman Edward, 141, 152, 462 



Goern, Harry Max, 78, 147, 355, 462 

Goern, Roy Franz, 355 

Goettsche, Gerald Earl, 402 

Goetz, Lynn Louise, 188, 316 

Goetz. Sally Floyd, 90 

Goff, Lionel Elmer, Jr., 384 

Gogolowski, Carol, 579, 602 

Goins, Roger Lee, 117, 406 

Golan, Donald Richard, 380 

Golan, Kenneth Frank, 340 

Golas, Adrienne Ina, 318 

Golo, Richard R., 145 

Gold, Rona Enid, 330, 600 

Goldberg, Allen, 575, 583 

Goldberg, Harold, 416 

Goldberg. Katherine Ann. 153. .329. 600 

Goldberg. Ronald David, 372 

Goldberger, Rochelle S., 80. 318 

Goldblatt, Joanne S., 129, 286 

Golden, Douglas Lasher, 167, 416 

Golden, Lowell Robert, 117, 404 

Golden, Maria Rae, 304 

Goldenberg, Edwin Walter, 377, 414, 

462 
Goldenberg, Lisa Anne, 294 
Goldenstein, James. 557, 588 
Goldflam, Stanley Zaney, 137 
Goldman, Barbara F., 177, 248, 328 
Goldman, Jacqueline, 294 
Goldman, Lawrence Arnold, 164, 462 
Goldman, Marie Joanne. 294 
Goldman, Scott Bruce, 416 
Goldschmidt. Ruth, 318, 600 
Goldsmith, Barry, 590 
Goldsmith, Daniel, 584 
Goldsmith, Melvin, 577, 590 
Goldsmith, Muriel Sheila. 65, 319 
Goldsmith, Morton, 562, 571. 584, 598 
Goldstein, Arnold, 576 
Goldstein, Arthur, 189, 395 
Goldstein, Barbara Ina, 294 
Goldstein, Carol Ann. 330 
Goldstein, Carol Dolores, 58, 168, 328, 

462 
Goldstein, Donald Allen, 372 
Goldstein, Donald N., 395 
Goldstein, Harris, 593 
Goldstein, Irwin, 395 
Goldstein, Marlene Joyce, 319, 462 
Goldstein, Melvin Joel, 111 
Goldstein. Paul Edward, 131, 147, 164, 

387, 388 
Goldstein, Paul Henry, 136 
Goldstein, Richard, 366 
Goldstein, Sharon Fern, 120, 168, 333 
Goldstine. Robert David, 175 
Goldwasser, Elizabeth, 111 
Goles. John Richard, 462 
Golf. 234 

Gollub, Judith, 307 
Golub, Joyce, 129, 329 
Gombos, Edward Andrew, 177 
Gomez, Dario Antonio, 164 
Gomez, Ivan, 418 
Gomien, Roger B., 46, 151, 24i; 244, 

352, 462 
Gonsky, Ronald Mervin, 376 
Gonwa, Edward John, 138 
Goo, Donald Wah Yung, 160, 169 
Good. Ralph Edward, 112, 413, 417 
Goodell. John Webster, 367 
Goodfellow, Robert Earl, 363 
Goodhart. Bertram, 575, 583 
Goodin, Gayle Louise, 110, 111, 188, 

332 _ 
Goodkin, Rhonda Louise, 330 
Goodman. Bernard, 114 
Goodman, Charles Michael, 388 
Goodman, David Samuel, 340, 366 
Goodman, Lillian, 579 
Goodman, Lois Jean, 286 
Goodman, Mary Katherine, 301 
Goodman, Melvin, 557, 593, 597, 599 
Goodman, Robert Louis, Jr., 353, 462 
Goodner, Richard Edwin, 400 
Goodnick, Iris Helene, 319 
Goodwin, A. Hooker, 543 
Goodwine, James Moreland, 403, 462 
Goot, Robert Joel, 343, 462 
Goranson, Romayne Louise, 134, 322, 

463 
Gordon. Barbara Anne. 301 
Gordon, Carl Jeffrey, 111 
Gordon, Charles Kent, 180 
Goidon. Charles William, 463 
Gordon, Donald Thomas, 41 4 
Gordon, Glen Everett, 398, 463 
Gordon, Harold Norman, 413 
Gordon, Harry Donald, 364 
Gordon, Michael Stanley, 366 
Gordon, Myles Melvin, 372 
Gordon, Patricia Barbara, 318 
Gordon, Robert Earl, 416 
Gordon, Sandra Geanne, 330 
Gordy, David, 576 
Goidy. Jack, 215, 358 
Gore, Donald Ray, 136, 140 
Gore, Samuel Houston, 69, 381 
Gorham, Sidney Smith III, 369, 463 
Gorman, Kathleen Ann, 328 
Gorman, William David, 3^0 
Gorney, Lawrence Joseph, 379 
Gorrell, John William, 165 
Gorski, Donald, 563, 586, 602 



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Gorski, Roger Anthony, 415 

Goss, Lyman Elmer IV, 384 

Gossan. Albert Maron, 179 

Gossett, Nancy Monroe, 141, 169. 463 

Gossett, William Carr, 130, 163, 463 

Gotaas, Arnold Sverresr>n, 420 

Gotcher. Samuel A., 384 

Gotskind, David Lee, 387 

Gottle, B. Seymour, 575, 583 

Gottlieb, Robert, 387 

Gottschalk, Paul Gunther, 370 

Goudy, Robert Earl, 408 

Gould, Henry, 388 

Gould, Phillip Louis, 380 

Grabowski, Frank, 189, 586 

Grady, Noel Abner, Jr., 143, 199, 350 

Graeff, Robert Eugene, 215 

Graff, Harry, 557. 597 

Graff, Larry S.. 377, 463 

Graff, Philip Harold, 343 

Graham, Dean Robert, 39 

Graham, Donna June, 303 

Graham, Dons Virginia, 312 

Graham, Hugh Joseph III, 350 

Graham, Lawrence, 413, 417 

Graham Lodge, 410 

Graham, William John, 110 

Graham, William Pierson, 46, 55, 58, 

61, 385, 463 
Graivier, Barbara Ruth, 318 
(Tramley, Wendell D., 463 
Grammer, Barbara Elaine, 116 
Grammer, Raymond G., 347 
Granada, 403 
Granata, Joseph John, 550 
Granate, Sidney, 376 
Granbois, Donald Harry, 132, 147, 416, 

463 
Grandel, Eugene, 57S 
Granlund, Catherine E., 315 
Grant. Glenda Sue. 147, 292, 463 
Grant, Lawrence, 587 
Grant, Lawrence Raymond, 160 
Grant, Lois Margaret, 110, 111, 291 
Grant, Neil George, 168 
Grant, Stephen Dennis, 370 
Gratchner, John Raymond, 69, 3'0 
Gratigny, Lowell Thomas, 370 
Gratigny, Nancy Lou, 63, 147, 290, 463 
Graves, Earl Junior, 355 
Graves, Gloria June, 315 
Graves, John Arthur, 393 
Graves, Marvin, 226, 229 
Graw, Sanford Fredric, 376 



Gray, Barbara Monford, 65, 316 

Gray, David Rockwell, 186 

Gray, Horace, 131 

Gray, Larry, 591 

Grayheck, Patricia Ann, 334 

Grear, Jaci Lou, 179, 298, 463 

Greathouse, Carlyle S., 120, 170, 344 

Greathouse, Carole Sue, 120, 169, 297 

Greely, John Joseph, 342, 369 

Green, Allen Theodore, 387, 463 

Green, Barbara Phyllis, 318 

Green, Barton, 590 

Green, Harold Wesley, 416 

Green, Jerome Vincent, 184 

Green, John Russel, 381. 463 

Green. Julia C, 313, 396 

Green, Melvyn, 141, 148, 377, 463 

Green. Paul M., 29. 131. 147 

Green, Ruth Ann, 63, 77, 303 

Green, Thomas Howard, Jr., 382 

Greenberg, Barry Menuhin, 415 

Greenberg, Beverly J., 294 

Greenburg, Burton Howard, 388 

Greenberg, Ronald, 415 

Greenberger. Merrill H., 189. 387 

Greenburg, Barry Howard, 70, 395 

Greene, Frank Wilbur, 417 

Greene, Joan Frazier, 463 

Greene. John Palmer, 381, 463 

Greene, Margaret Ann. 315 

Greenfield, Arthur Frank, 172 

Greengoss, William, 380 

Greenleaf, John, 235 

Greenleaf, Sandra Jean, 316 

Greenlee, Donald Maurice, 70, 361 

Greenspan, Rochelle Fay, 299 

Greenstein, David Harold, 388 

Greenstein, Joel Harold, 405, 464 

Greenwald, Edwin Frank, 137, 391 

Greenwell, Bill Anthony, 390 

Greenwood, Kaye, 327 

Greenwood, Marjorie Ann, 112, 312 

Greffe. Prof. Dale, 147 

Gregorian. George, 183 

Gregory, Anita, 190 

Gregurich, Robert Henry, 411 

Greig, Gael Elizabeth, 322 

Gremer, Andrew Joseph, 161, 405. 464 

Gremer, John Andrew, 211, 215, 415 

Grendel, Robert Walter, 160 

Grenko, Patricia Diane, 312 

Gress, Frederick Joseph, 147. 181, 464 

Gribble, Donald Eugene, 382 

Grider, Lyle Delbert, 174, 181, 409 



Gndley, Donald Rolland, 405 
Griesbaum, Philip James, 100, 359 
Griesheimer, Ronald E., 116, 150, 374 
Griffen, John, 390 
Griffin, Carolyn, 292 
Griffin, Elizabeth D., 302, 464 
Griffin, Jacqualine F., 313 
Griffin, James Buell. 464 
Griffin, John Robert, 140 
Griffith, Albert William, 175, 464 
Griffith, Dolores C, 336 
Griffith, John Gary, 137, 415 
Griffith, Lowell Edwin, 95, 414 
Griffith, Richard Seth, 149, 382 
Griffith, Thomas, 345, 587 
Griffiths, Richard E., 381 
Griffy, Diane Madre. 301 
Grigg. Charles Dennis, 164 
Grigsby, Frederick Tyler, 70 
Grimes, Laddie Harry, 399 
Grimes, Roberta Louise, 111, 179 
Grimmenga, Arthur, 550, 572, 592 
Grimsich, Dan Albert, 417 
Grisaffe. Salvatore, 69, 163, 168, 352 
Grisby. Frederick, 397 
Griswold, Curtis S., 215 
Griswold, Robert Eugene, 401 
Grobe, Norman, 588 
Grochell, John, 189, 589 
Groebe, Gerald Herman, 464 
Groebe, Lewis George, 342, 359 
Groen, Carl Henry, 420 
Groeneveld, Leonard, 579, 589 
Groeneveld, Robert Jacob, 362, 602 
Groff, Franklin Howard, 464 
Grollemond, Merle Carol, 168, 464 
Grommet, Gladys Ann, 317 
Gronau, Dorothy Elaine, 84, 144. 291 
Gronberg. Kathryn Louise. 112, 312 
Gronemann, Uri Fritz, 132, 152, 161, 

464 
Gronert, Jerry, 576 
Gronert, Kenneth Roland, 117, 181, 

188, 464 
Gronert, Sydney Mae, 464 
Gronewold, Kaye Irene. 285 
Groniger, Jerome Crowder, 173, 177, 

367 
Gronner, Arthur Tobias, 117, 136 
Grosch, Ronald John, 148, 385, 464 
Gross, Arthur Robert, 348 
Gross, Charles, 572, 575, 583, 605 
Gross, Corwin Lowell, 376, 464 
Gross, Herbert, Jr., 366 



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379 

365 



360 



Gross. Martha Ann. 80. 129, 302, 600 
Gross, Norman Gilbert, 163 
Gross, Sherie Joy, 127, 318 
Grossfeld. Abraham I., 372 
Grossman, Elaine Laura, 316 
Grossman, Jacob Stern, 46, 126, 

202, 236, 240, 417, 464 
Grossman. Ronald F., 464 
Groth, Joan Ruth. 305, 464 
Grott, Joseph Clay, 464 
Groves, Stephen Staley, 365 
Grubb. George Alfred, 89, 149. 
Grubb. William Burl, Jr., 136, 
Grubba, Albert, 575 
Grubbe, Gloria Gay, 186, 326 
Grube, William Lawrence, 342 
Gruben, Wayne Eugene, 162, 355 
Gruber. Joseph. 576 
Gruenberg, Wallace C, Jr., 378 
Grulke, Robert Gustave, 164 
Grundei, Nancy Joan, 312, 465 
Grundman, Rose, 593 
Crush, Hubert Lee, 419 
Grushka, Jon Lloyd, 116 
Gubser, Dolores Helen, 144, 303 
Gudeman, Gene Frederic, 69, 170, 
Guepin, Frans Pieter, 416 
Guernsey. Theodore W., 396 
Guevrekian, Gabriel, 134 
Gugliuzza, Don Louis, 155, 362 
Guinsatao, Margarita M., 329 
Gulben, Kian Etianna, 332 
Gulder, Annette Gertrude, 127, 

323 
Gulick, Jeanette Louise, 90, 330 
Gulick, Joseph, 591 
Gullakson, Glen Edwin, 117, 420 
Gullette, Cameron, 97 
Gullett, William Bruce, 69, 140, 150, 

362 
Gulley, Prof. Halbert, 61 
Gundersen, Dorothy Ann. 313, 600 
Gunderson, Frank Edward, 356 
Gundlach, Gayle Maxine, 302 
Gunji, Ken E.. 417 
Gunn, Janet Louise, 84, 136, 336, 465 
Gunn. Richard Landon. 227, 229, 240, 

373 
Gunn, Walter Thomas, 400 
Gunther. Howard Zane, 387 
Gunther. Richard, 572, 575 
Guon, Robert, 415 
Gurley, Leroy Neil, 421 
Gurvey, Merna Lynne, 286 



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Gurvey, Michael Stuart, 345 
Gust, Howard Henry, Jr., 67 
Gustafson, Carl William, 165, 166 
Gustafson, Donald, 582 
Gustafson, John Fredrick, 364 
Gustafson, Lenore Evelyn, 320 
Gustafson, Patricia M., 190, 295 
Gustafson, Winthrop A., 145 
Gustavson, Warner, 577, 597 
Gustin, Charles, 399 
Gustin, William Henry, 340 
Gutberlet, Robert Carl, 465 
Gutek, Gerald Lee, 173 
Guth, Gordon Thomas, 412 
Guthoff, Ronald Ray, 355 
Guthrie, John Thompson, 113 
Guthrie, Thomas Allan, 465 
Guthrie, Prof. Virginia, 141 
Gutowski, Donald Adam, 183, 465 
Gutowsky, Franklin John, 130, 363 
Gutter, Elise, 304 
Guttman, Faye Cecile, 307 
Gutzeit, Evelyn Dorothy, 177, 249, 

336, 465 
Guevara, Pedro, 599 
Guy, Osmond Sublett, 126, 465 
Guy, Robert Roland, 137, 345 
Guyer, Joan Ellen, 76, 134, 289, 465 
Guyer, Walter Albert, 415 
Guyton, Jon Burton, 106, 140, 345 
Guzzardo, Mariano, 70, 363 
Guzzardo, Tony Morris, 363 
Gwin, Jack Orin, 347 
Gymnastics — Big Ten Standings, 230, 

231 
Gyori, Thomas William, 90, 465 



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Haarr, Allen Peter, 181. 418 
Habben, Rudolf Bernart. 415 
Habbestad. Donald Terry. 417 
Haberle, Elinor Hedwig, 121, 301 
Hackett, James Milton, 140 
Hackett, James Stanton, 137, 170 
Hackett, John, 576. 591 
Hackett, Shirley Joan, 313 
Hackett. Wesley E., 400 
Hackl, Charles Henry, 165, 465 
H.ickley, Lloyd, 582 
Hader, Jesse, 551. 583. 605 
Hadler, Suzanne Carol, 300 
Hadley. Eugene Frederick, 183, 390 
Hadlock, Willard Gardner, 354, 465 
Haefer, Charles, 162 
Haemker, Gloria Jean, 306 
Haerr, Norma Jean, 186, 332 
Haefele, Louis R., 398 
Haertel, John David, 346 
Hagan, Charles Joseph, 67 
Hagan, Patricia, 579 
Hage, James, 576 
Hage, Judith Virginia, 111, 330 
Hagebush, Marylynn M., 305 
Hagemann, Carolyn J.. Ill 
Hagemaster, Donald Lee, 149, 370 
Hagemeyer, Robert N., 78, 100, 157, 

178, 188, 340 
Hagen, Amy Caral, 287 
Hagen, Arlen James, 415, 465 
Hagen, Carlotta Joan, 106, 298 
Hagen, Richard Lee, 48, 104, 359 
Hager, Claryce, 190, 334 
Hager, Jo Ann, 291 
Hager, Theodore Emil, 128, 347 
Hagwood, Willie, 415 
Hahlbeck, Kurt John, 358 
Hahn, Jerome, 577, 582, 599, 602 
Hahn, John William, 353 
Hahn, Martha Glenn, 303 
Hahn, Merrill Ann, 111, 179 
Hahn, Wendell Wayne, 465 
Haimbaugh, Richard E., 384 
Haines, Harold Frederick, 190 
Hajek, Frank, 579 
Halama, Tom, 585 
Hale, Jesse Robert, 184 
Hale, Linda Louise, 330 
Hale, Ralph Webster, 71, 136, 173. 

193, 374 
Haley, Charles William, 190 
Haley, George Dennis, 159, 167, 176, 

202, 465 
Halford, Gary Ross, 417 
Halfpenny, Norman, 554, 57S. 191 
Halibozek, Robert F., 67, 411 
Hall, Arthur Dillwyn, 163, 420 
Hall, Arthur Eugene, 140, 192 
Hall, Barbara Ann, 313 
Hall, Barbara Jean, 291 
Hall, Carole, 165, 329 
Hall, Carolyn Marie, 112, 297 
Hall, Charles Ainsley, 159 
Hall, Delmer Robert, 67. 138, 166, 407 
Hall, Edward Shock, 363 
Hall, Elaine, 111 

Hall, Robert Alton, 105, 199, 350. 46"> 
Hall, Robert Gene, 143 
Hall, Russell, 379, 557, 587 
Hall, Stuart Craig, 381 
Hall, Thomas Edward, 215, 358 
Hallberg, Bruce Olin, 141, 340, 465 



Haller, Elynor Marie, 110, 146, 295 
Hallerud, Dean Arnold, 133, 162, 407 
Hallett, Norman, 169 
Halliday, Sandra Jo, 300 
Hallobow, Richard, 376 
Hallse, Robert Leif, 159, 167, 465 
Halper, Patricia Gail, 82, 284 
Halstead, Thane R., Jr., 342 
Halverson, Dr. Orin, 190 
Halverson, Mrs. Orin, 190 
Ham, Daphne Sue, 329 
Ham, Shirley Louise, 334 
Hamaker, Capt. Donald, 163 
Hamann, Charlene M., 293 
Hambrick, Martha Mayme, 303 
Hamby. William, 588 
Hamelberg, Ronald Melvin, 67, 140, 

154, 173, 192, 403 
Hamer, Robert Oliver, 410 
Hamilton, Charles B., 53, 73, 80, 83, 

385. 466 
Hamilton. Dale M., 115 
Hamilton, David, 588 
Hamilton, Edwin Richard, 117, 173 
Hamilton, Jeanette, 346 
Hamilton, Kenneth Allen, 347 
Hamilton, Marietta, 334 
Hamilton, Nathaniel, 575 
Hamilton, Neil Edward, 421 
Hamilton, Robert, 587 
Hamilton, Samuel Ward, 70 
Hamman, Dennis Sherman, 385 
Hamman, Fredrick Joseph, 375 
Hammann, Bruce Albert, 187, 369 
Hammer, Harris Wayne, 157, 173 
Hammersley, Marshall L., 131, 147, 

403, 466 
Hammil, Charles Howard, 171 
Hammond, Bette Ann, 77, 78, 169, 

303, 466 
Hammond, Charles, 587 
Hammond. Gerald, 591 
Hammond, Mrs. Carroll, 399 
Hamp, Maribeth. 288 
Hampton, Carl Saunders, 361 
Hampton, V. James, 24, 25, 60. 149, 

182 
Hamrick, Mary Ellen, 309 
Han, Yu, 411 

Hanafee, James Eugene, 176 
Hanafin, Mary Joan, 111, 330 
Hancock, James Marvin, 390, 419 
Handel, Gary Lee, 373 
Handler, Robert Stewart, 380 
Handler, Victor, 576 
Handley, Peggy Jean, 302, 466 
Handrock, Frances Arlene, 127, 177, 

188, 249, 332 
Hanes, Robert Lee, 157, 340 
Hanford, George Gerold, 364 
Haning, Deane Harold, 90, 117, 400 
Hanko, William James. Ill 
Hanks. Nancy Annabelle, 111, 316 
Hanley, James Edward, 415 
Hanley, John Michael, 346 
Hanna, Kathleen Ann, 334, 466 
Hanna, Russell C, 117, 363 
Hannagan, Herbert Dennis, 168 
Hannaman, Nancy Jane, 297 
Hannon, Bruce Michael, 181, 466 
Hanschman, Donald Robert, 362 
Hansen, Andrea Margaret, 165, 328 
Hansen, David John, 133, 400 
Hansen, Diane Judith, 325 
Hansen, Gerald Robert, 139, 177, 215, 

466 
Hansen, Judith Carol, 330 
Hansen, Laurence H., 161 
Hansen, Richard Thomas, 366, 466 
Hansen, Velio, 192 
Hansen, William David, 413 
Hansen, William Leslie, 95, 371 
Hanson, Cedric Ivan, 466 
Hanson, George, 587 
Hanson, Gerald Keith, 181 
Hanson, Richard Lloyd, 420 
Hanson, Rodney Fred, 199, 206, 213, 

215 
Hanratty, Prof. Thomas, 160 
Hantack. Shirley Joan, 306 
Hara, Sol Joe, 376 
Hara, Telsujiro, 410 
Haraburd, Donald Joseph, 368, 466 
Haraburda, David, 578, 586 
Harada, Masaro, 575 
Harbaugh, Lynden Carol, 298 
Harder. Richard Arthur, 466 
Hardesty. James Norman, 87, 371 
Hardesty, Jerome Oyvind, 67, 422 
Hardgrove, Gerald Lee, 392 
Hardgrove, John Albert, 392, 466 
Hardin, Jerry Gould, 344 
Hardin, Kent, 417 
Harding, Lorraine Busse, 181, 466 
Hardy, Phillip Wilson, 356 
Hardy, William, 591, 596 
Hare, Charles Edwin. 171 
Hare, Danny Lee, 143 
Hare, Richard Lee, 145, 393 
Harkleroad, Herbert, 601 
Harlan, Mrs. Beatrice, 347 
Harlow, Orval Dean. 412 
Harlow, Mrs. Velma, 292 
Harman, Larry Kay, 136. 350 



Harmer, Walter Lee, 414 

Harmon, Robert Earl, 406 

Harmony House, 333 

Harms, Dorothy Harlean, 169, 317 

Harms, Harold E.. 158, 166, 423 

Harms, Major Walser, 163 

Harnak, Ronald, 341 

Harner, Evelyn Mae, 92, 168, 186, 

326 
Harner, Judi, 35, 92 
Harner, Robert Hewing, 384 
Harnish, Daniel Franklin, 137, 417 
Harno, Dean Albert, 175 
Harper, Allen Dana, 141, 152 
Harper, James Lovett, 187 
Harper, Lynn Earl, 163, 422 
Harrast. Leon Emil, 406, 466 
Harrawood, Joyce Ann, 184, 334 
Harrigan, Harold, 164, 357, 466 
Harrington, Caryl Joan, 301 
Harrington, William A., 177, 215 
Harris, Ann, 579 
Harris, Arthur, 152, 419. 466 
Harris, Ben, 575 
Harris, Dorothy Ann, 335 
Harris, Harold Beniamin, 357 
Harris. Irving, 590 
Harris, Jane Ann, 284 
Harris, John David, 186 
Harris, Marshall Irving, 116 
Harris, Max Karel, 415 
Harris, Michael Seth, 376 
Harris, Norvelle A., 557 
Harris, Ronald Eugene, 393 
Harris, Thomas Lee, 176 
Harris, Warren Arthur, 345 
Harris. Wilma Jean, 111, 187 
Harrison, Mary E., 24, 25, 64, 127 
Harrison, Richard E., 384 
Harrison, Robert Barton, 112, 173, 415 
Harrison, Roger Lyle, 419 
Harrison, Ruthann, 110 
Harrison, Stephen Marvin, 245, 395 
Harryman. William R. Ill, 354 
Harsha, Albert Louis, 384 
Hart, Craig Crowl, 199, 381, 466 
Hartel. Harry Donald, 384 
Harter, Darrell Frank, 202 
Harter, Diane Shirley, 328 
Hartley, David Eugene, 67, 137, 420 
Hartley, Paula A., 543 
Hartman, Anthony S., Jr., 466 
Hartman, George, 414 
Hartman, John R.. 557 
Hartman, Maribeth Esther, 330 
Hartman, William C, 414 
Hartmann, Carl Philip, 139, 162, 347 

467 
Hartmann, John Peter, 587 
Hartmann, William H., 403, 467 
Hartray, Mary Katherine, 47, 63, 305 

467 
Hartsoe, Charles, 162 
Hartter, Elizabeth Ann, 169, 298 
Hartung, Richard Lee, 345 
Hartweg, Kenneth Wayne, 190 
Hartwick, Ronald Dean, 140 
Hartwick, Thomas Stanley, 148, 467 
Harvey, Ann Kaye, 168, 312, 467 
Harvey, Donald, 582 
Harvey, Richard Donald, 358 
Harvey, Prof. Robert, 147 
Harvey, Victor Lyle, 415 
Harwick, Duane Henry, 370 
Harwig, Donald Harry, 196, 467 
Harwood, David Henry, 112 
Hase, James Clyde, 202 
Haselhuhn, Gerald Robert, 391 
Haskell, Diana Christine, 313 
Hasselbring, Duane, 551, 592 
Hasselmann, Peter Morton, 367 
Hassan, Hassan A., 145 
Hast, George Edward, 406, 467 
Hastings, Prof. Thomas, 61 
Hastings, Warren Steven, 67 
Hastings, Willmore Crane, 352 
Hatch, Marilyn A., 153 
Hathaway, Richard Allen, 181, 418 
Hathorne, Virginia Ann, 308 
Hauck, Sheldon Joseph, 81. 149. 378 
Haugen, Derrolle Eugene, 141, 467 
Haupt, Andrew James, 403 
Hauptman, Andrew John, 215 
Hauptman, Carolyn Edith, 114, 115 
Hauschild. Clarence W., 140, 164 
Haussermann, Sandra Anne, 300, 467 
Hauter, Jerry Joe, 347 
Havel, Victor Anton, Jr., 133, 351 
Haven, Robert Nordmann, 111, 199, 

394, 467 
Havens, Charles Stewart, 23 
Havero, James, 575, 585 
Havey. Leo Joseph, Jr., 421 
Hawaii Club, 169 
Hawes, James Edmond, 369 
Hawkins, Ann Reed, 287 
Hawkins, Bruce Allan, 467 
Hawkins, Ruth Ann, 305 
Hawkinson. Edwin Andrew, 71, 344 
Hawks, Donna Lee, 112, 146, 317 
Haycock, Mervyn B., 177, 187 
Hayden, Fred Reid, 373 
Haye, June Anne, 120, 275. 288 
Hayer. Barbara Louise, 328 



Hayer, William Temple, 367 
Hayes, Herbert Henry, 399 
Hayes, Martha Hope, 111, 328 
Hayes, Paul Gordon, 348 
Hayes. William Richard, 69, 390 
Haymaker, Robert Lee, 194, 241, 389 
Hayner, James Hale, 128, 363 
Haynes, Buren Thomas, 422 
Haynes, Richard Earl, 467 
Hays, George Burns, 393 
Hayward, Frank Edward, 117, 422 
Haywood, Arthur Monroe, 467 
Hazard, Barbara Ann, 186, 326 
Hazel, Dorothy Ruth, 323 
Hazelton, Howard A., 543 
Hazelwonder, Daisy Mae, 331 
Heacock, Earl Laurence, 163, 403 
Heale, Penelope Nancy, 295 
Healey, John Weaver, 378 
Heard, Charles M., Jr., 347 
Heath, Carol Corene, 301 
Heathman, Prof. Jessie, 96 
Heberer, David Fults, 140, 417 
Hebner, Theodore James, 394 
Hechler, Helen Carol, 313 
Hecht, Alfred Roland, 467 
Hecht. Gail Adela, 316 
Hecht, Howard, 590 
Heck, Larry Elmer. 137, 165, 416 
Heck, Robert Henry, 137, 406 
Heckenkamp, Frederick W., 368 
Heckler, Frank Webster, 116 
Heckler, Robert Louis, 117, 374 
Hecktman, Jerold Allen, 387 
Hedberg, Grace, 579 
Hedgcock, Frank M., 367 
Hedgcock, John Harrison, 356 
Hedge, Judith Jane, 334 
Hedges. Prof. Robert, 172 
Hedrick, Dale Dean, 167, 170, 344 
Hedrick, Lowell Lawrence, 401 
Hedvig, Thomas, 152, 161 
Heeschen, Jerry, 398 
Heffley, Constance Y., 336 
Heichman, Gerald Norman, 377 
Heideman, Barbara Ann, 100, 320 
Heidemann, Joyce Evelyn, 284 
Heidenreich, Robert J., 181 
Heidgerd. Lloyd. 135 
Heien, Gene William, 413 
Heien, Rolland Louis, 67, 413 
Heiken, John, 587 
Heil, James Richard, 384 
Heil, Janice Renee, 84, 302 
Heilenbach, James W., 362, 467 
Heiman, Analee, 286 
Heimbuch, Frederick T., Jr., 467 
Heimerdinger, Walter Lee, 351 
Hein, Gary Lau, Jr., 467 
Hein, Thomas Carlyle, 165 
Heindel, David Spencer, 81, 91, 164, 

389 
Heindel, John Heald, 379. 467 
Heineman, Joe Bartlett, 342 
Heinhorst, Paul Robert, 344 
Heinicke, Mary Ellen, 128, 153, 248. 

2^ 
Heininger, Morris Elbert, 416 
Heino, Margaret Jean, 111, 284 
Heinrich, Leesa Rita, 65, 111 
Heintzen, Rev. Erich, 188 
Heintzen, Walter Leonard, 188, 373 
Heinz, Cynthia Lee, 321 
Heinz, Shirley June, 297, 468 
Heiple, Leon Edward, 340 
Heise, Richard James, 165 
Heisler, Lloyd Kempter, 69, 122, 174, 

373 
Heitkotter, Kathryn D., 89. Ill, 328 
Heitmann, Marilyn Ann, 110, 111, 

315 
Heitur, Valdmar, 409 
Heitzman, Robert William, 352 
Helber, George Ardie, 362 
Helde, Kay, 192, 328 
Heifer, June, 84 
Helford, Wallis Norma, 304 
Helfrich, Richard D., 128, 405, 468 
Heller, Floyd, 590 
Heller, Lyman, 111 
Heller. Robert Joel, 343 
Hellickson. Don Eugene, 468 
Hellman, Stanley, 575 
Helm, Prof. Stanley, 383 
Heiman, Marjorie Ruth, 134, 286 
Helmer, Frederick S., 149, 352 
Helmich, Robert, 588 
Helmig, Carol Frances, 313 
Helmig, June Marie. 175 
Helmle, Paul Norman, 359 
Helms, Dale Orville, 70, 170, 344 
Helms, Joanne Lee, 317 
Helms, Joseph Bernard, 166, 170. 344 
Helms, Pearl. Ill 
Helpenstell. Fred, 582, 596 
Hemmens, Thomas John, 100 
Hemmingson, Donna Marie, 190 
Hemphill, Nancy Jo, 328 
Henao, Bernardo, 159, 468 
Henbest, William F., Jr., 183, 390 
Hendel, Robert Clarence, 69, 137, 355 
Henderliter, Don, 136 
Henderson, Albert W., Jr., 416 
Henderson, Harry Anthony, 110, 193 



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Henderson, Henry, 111 
Henderson, John Drews, 180 
Henderson, Joseph, 192 
Henderson, Prof. La Veil, 61 
Henderson, Robert Edward, 350 
Henderson. Shirley M., 302 
Hendricks, Frank Duane, 402 
Hendricks, James, 371 
Hendricks, Josephine F., 30*5, 468 
Hendricks, Melvin Orlo, 406 
Hendricks, Roger Cline, 347 
Hendnckson, Richard W., 149, 215, 

381 
Hendrix, Nancy Ja